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Animation

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Transcript of Animation

Animation
Stop Motion
Traditional Animation
Computer
Physically manipulated the object
Photograph each motion in one frame at a time
The photos are transferred into a film with sound
Clay Animation
Pixilation Animation
Also called cel-animation or hand-drawn animation
Used most in 20th century
Become obsolete by the beginning of the 21st century
Created digitally on a computer
Faster than traditional animation
Discovered by John Whitney (1940s and 1950s)
Become widely used by the early 1960s
2D Animation
Created through traditional cel animation or computerized animation software.
2D animation techniques focus on image manipulation
3D techniques create images that seem real to the viewer.
3D Animation
By: Jessica Le
The process of creating an illusion of movement from displaying still images in a rapid sequence.
Hand drawn
3D objects
Computer generated
TYPES
Traditional
Stop Motion
Computer
How does it work?
Types of Stop motion Animation
clay animation
pixilation animation
Create the character's shape using clay
Arrange the characters on the background
Slightly move the objects by hand to create the movements
Photograph each frame per movement
Pay attention to the lighting and object movement.
Keep the camera in a same angle
The background is same for each scene

How?
REMEMBER!!!
Advantages
Disadvantages
3D effects
Realistic
Less expensive
Offer more precise figures
Time consuming
Hard to show specific detail
Fine movements are hard to make
Reference
http://reahmedia.blogspot.ca/2011/03/clay-animation.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Animation
http://www.wisegeek.org/what-is-animation.htm
http://www.clickformedia.co.uk/?tag=clay-animation
http://www.the-flying-animator.com/pixilation.html
http://animationunit32.tumblr.com/page/2
http://www.ehow.com/info_8381459_disadvantages-traditional-animation.html
http://graphicssoft.about.com/od/aboutgraphics/a/bitmapvector.htm
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_2D_animation_software
http://www.ask.com/question/what-is-3d-animation
http://vi.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anime
Pictures from google
Videos from youtube
Examples
"Pixilation" is derived from "Pixies"
Use live human as the characters
Take pictures instead of drawing
Have 3D effects before the computer is involved
Advantages
Realistic
3D effects
Movements are easy to make
Show specific detail and expression
Appearances and disappearances effect
Fancy effects
Disadvantages
Time consuming
Hard to fix mistakes
Cost a lot for equipments
Need a large space
Each drawing is slightly different
Trace or photocopy onto transparent sheets called cel.
Place the characters against the background and photograph them
The frames are the photographs of the drawings
How to make?
Examples
Software used:
Pencil
Adobe After Effects
Cacani
Manipulated by a mesh
The mesh gives the visual appearance of 3D object or 3D environment.
More realistic and high quality
Capture attention of viewers
Need lots of technology equipments
Examples
Anime
Japanese animation
Developed in the 1960s
Different from Western animations (Disney production, Dreamworks...)
Has it own style, and techniques
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