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salina legg

on 1 May 2014

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Transcript of animations

Types of

what is CGI
STYLE. the use of computers for
creating moving images. Using certain
3D animation software tools
What is claymation?
claymation is animation made with clay. usually characters
are made out of the clay then moved a little bit for every
photograph. if you put all the photo's together it
makes it look as if the photo's are moving and creates an
animation. A good example of this is timmy time and Shaun
the sheep
what is
It is animation which uses silhouettes
to make a very striking animation. It
is usually made with a white backdrop
and black paper cut outs. This takes a
lot of time because somebody has to spend ages cutting out lots of paper for all the frames.
Then it works like claytion taking lots of pictures which are then played together. It can also be done on the computer where the frames are done on software.
advantage: its quite quick because the computer does lots of the work.

disadvantage: the computer software is very expensive
advantages: you can create 3d looking surreal animations which looks really effective.

disadvantages: it takes a lot of time to sculpt the clay and to take the hundreds and thousands of frames
advantages: it creates a sharp interesting piece of animation which showing key movements

disadvantages: it takes a long time to cut out each frame or make all the frames digitally.
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