Animation: The Art Of Animation

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Animation is the art of making inanimate objects appear to move. Animation is an artistic impulse that long predates the movies. Animation is the process of making a movement, illusion and motion by rapid of display the scene or sequence of static image minimally differ from each other. Animation can be recorded with other media such as flip book, motion picture film, video tape and digital media. The theory of the animated cartoon preceded the invention of the cinema by half a century. Early experimenters, working to create conversation pieces for Victorian parlours or new sensations for the touring magic-lantern shows, which were a popular form of entertainment, discovered the principle of persistence of vision. In Europe animation had meanwhile taken a strikingly different direction. Eschewing animated line drawings, filmmakers experimented with widely different techniques in Russia and later in France, Wladyslaw Starewicz, a Polish art student and amateur created stop-motion animation with bugs and dolls among his most celebrated films are The Cameraman’s Revenge in 1912, in which a camera-wielding grasshopper uses the tools of his trade to humiliate his unfaithful wife, and the feature-length The Tale of the Fox in 1930 based on German folktales as retold by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.…show more content…
Stuart Blackton. His the father of American animation. Traditional hand-drawn animation in the 1908 Fantasmagorie by Emile
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