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    history of animation in making films is long and colourful, but not glorious. As a medium of story-telling, it has yet to rise to its potential. Animation needs more popularity, for the creators and their fruit of labour. As a medium, animation offers a lot of creative independence to the maker of the film, which sometimes is seen as a crutch, instead of a boon. The element of acting is subdued in most animated films, which for some, takes away some of its glory. However, an animation film director

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    Animation is the core element to any cartoon or 3D animation. Animation along the years has only been getting better and better as from for example the first toy story movie was a major success in 3D animation, but it all followed the same principal as any other which is doing it by key frames and its like an optical illusion for it requires several still images one after the other rapidly played through. Through the assessment I will be thoroughly taking you through what exactly animation is

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    Animation

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    Animation At dictionary.com, it is stated that animation is "the art or process of preparing animated cartoons, an animated cartoon". According to Collins dictionary, animation is a "technique of making cartoon films". Cartoons are not only a way of entertaining us; they are a form of expression. They can express emotions, points of view and criticism. As some one once said: "it doesn't matter what you say, but how you say it". Cartoons date back to the days of Benjamin Franklin, where

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    I’ve decided I want to be an animator. Animation has been around since the beginning of 1900s, there are a variety of animation styles which make it more interesting. Since I want to pursue a career in animation, I will start with a graphic design degree. It will help me start a foundation with drawing and using the software used by animators. Drawing is a necessity for animation. Though I’m bad at it, I finally have the motivation to practice. I love animation, and have a burning passion to start

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    Animation

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    Animation is motion a round us, the movement of object, animals and human in sequence. Usually, the process when motion occurs from one point to another defying gravity or to alter space with time to create a state of illusion. Animation covers a variety of motion like particles animation, character animation, object animation and so on. As an animator there are various elements and principles that are supposed to be considered like timing, anticipation, etc. believe in making a better animation

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    Animation is a series of rapidly display of 2D or 3D images or model positions in order to form an illusion of the images being alive. Animation is an optical illusion of motion due to the fact of persistence of vision; this can be made and created in a number of different ways. The most commonly used methods of making animation is motion picture or video program, many other forms of showing animation exist. Animation has changed and developed a lot over the years. There is not just one single person

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    Introduction Animation is the process of making the illusion of motion and the illusion of change by means of the rapid succession of sequential images that minimally differ from each other. The process of animation has been going on for centuries even before film was even invented. We have been depicting the process of motion for as long as we’ve been alive. Examples of this is shown in ancient artifacts as humans have created art to depict motion such as a goat leaping (Shahr-E Sukhteh). However

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    Animation: Where it came from and where will it be Animation in the past fifty years has taken large steps in improvements to what it is today. It has changed in many ways from techniques to their usage in entertainment. It has opened opportunities for new employment in companies. It has allowed us to see things we could only imagine. It has also changed the way of life. To animate, according to the New World Webster Dictionary, is to make something alive or to give it motion. An animator according

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    The History of Animation

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    The History of Animation Persistence of vision was discovered in the early 1800's. Our eye and brain retain a visual impression for about 1/30th of a second. Persistence of vision prevents us from noticing that a motion picture screen is dark about half the time, and that a television image is just one bright, fast, discrete dot sweeping the screen. Motion pictures show one new frame (still picture of the movie clip) every 1/24th of a second and the same frame is shown three times during this

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    Animation Essay

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    Animation is “the art of bringing to life” in other words it is a simulation of movement by displaying a series of pictures or frames. The earliest animation started even before the Stone Age. Stone Age artists used a lot of cartoon like techniques to show motion in the form of cave paintings, where the head or tail was drawn to show movement. These paintings are mostly found in Lascaux cave. Bone disc is another form of Thaumatrope that showed motion. The most convincing case is that of a Magdalenian

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