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Animation - September 8th, 2010

Introduction

Animation is the rapid display of a sequence of images of 2-D artwork or model positions in order to create an illusion of movement.

It is an optical illusion of motion due to the phenomenon of persistence of vision. This could be anything from a flip book to a motion picture film.

History of animation

There is no single person that can be considered the "creator" of the art of animation.

There were several people doing several projects which could be considered various types of animation all around the world and at the same time.

Georges Méliès

He was a creator of special effect films.

He used many techniques – one of which was to stop the camera rolling, change something in the scene, and then continue rolling the film.

Émile Cohl

1908 He began drawing cartoon strips and created a film in 1908 called Fantasmagorie.

The film was created by drawing each frame on paper and then shooting each frame onto negative film, which gave the picture a blackboard look.

Winsor McCay

He created detailed animations that required a team of artists and painstaking attention for detail.

His films such as Gertie the Dinosaur (1914) and The Sinking of the Lusitania (1918) were of an impressive scale.

Animation techniques

Animation techniques are incredibly varied and difficult to categorize. Techniques are often related or combined.

It is also called cel animation.
The frames of a traditionally animated movie are hand-drawn.
Nowadays, the use of cels (and cameras) is mostly obsolete, since the drawings are scanned into computers

1.Full Animation

The most common style in animation, known for its realistic and often very detailed art.

Examples: All Disney feature length animated films, The Secret of NIMH, The Iron Giant

2.Limited Animation

A cheaper process of making animated cartoons that does not follow a "realistic" approach.

Examples: The Flintstones, Yellow Submarine

3.Rubber Hose

The characters are usually cartoony, and the animators have a lot of artistic freedom as rubber hose animations don't have to follow the laws of physics and anatomy in the same degree as the other main styles in animation.

Examples: Early Mickey Mouse cartoons, Ren and Stimpy, Popeye

4.Rotoscoping

A technique where animators trace live action movement, frame by frame, for use in animated films.

Examples: Gulliver's Travels, American Pop

Stop Motion

Stop motion animation is any type of animation which requires the animator to physically alter the scene, shoot a frame, again alter the scene and shoot a frame and so on, to create the animation.

Types of Stop motion
Cutout
Silhouette
Puppet

Computer Animation

Types of Computer Animation are :-
2D animation

Figures are created and/or edited on the computer using 2D bitmap graphics or created and edited using 2D vector graphics. This includes automated computerized version of tweening, morphing, onion skinning and interpolated rotoscoping.


3D animation

Figures are created in the computer using polygons. To allow these meshes to move they are given a digital armature (sculpture). This process is called rigging. Various other techniques can be applied, such as mathematical functions (gravity), simulated fur or hair, effects such as fire and water and the use of motion capture to name but a few.

Examples The Incredibles, Shrek
Motion capture
Crowd simulation

Animation has a great scope in the near by future. It has come a long way. Different animation techniques were being used in different eras. It is still changing and continuing for its betterment.
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Introduction

Animation is the rapid display of a sequence of images of 2-D artwork or model positions in order to create an illusion of movement.

It is an optical illusion of motion due to the phenomenon of persistence of vision. This could be anything from a flip book to a motion picture film.

History of animation

There is no single person that can be considered the "creator" of the art of animation.

There were several people doing several projects which could be considered various types of animation all around the world and at the same time.

Georges Méliès

He was a creator of special effect films.

He used many techniques – one of which was to stop the camera rolling, change something in the scene, and then continue rolling the film.

Émile Cohl

1908 He began drawing cartoon strips and created a film in 1908 called Fantasmagorie.

The film was created by drawing each frame on paper and then shooting each frame onto negative film, which gave the picture a blackboard look.

Winsor McCay

He created detailed animations that required a team of artists and painstaking attention for detail.

His films such as Gertie the Dinosaur (1914) and The Sinking of the Lusitania (1918) were of an impressive scale.

Animation techniques

Animation techniques are incredibly varied and difficult to categorize. Techniques are often related or combined.

It is also called cel animation.
The frames of a traditionally animated movie are hand-drawn.
Nowadays, the use of cels (and cameras) is mostly obsolete, since the drawings are scanned into computers

1.Full Animation

The most common style in animation, known for its realistic and often very detailed art.

Examples: All Disney feature length animated films, The Secret of NIMH, The Iron Giant

2.Limited Animation

A cheaper process of making animated cartoons that does not follow a "realistic" approach.

Examples: The Flintstones, Yellow Submarine

3.Rubber Hose

The characters are usually cartoony, and the animators have a lot of artistic freedom as rubber hose animations don't have to follow the laws of physics and anatomy in the same degree as the other main styles in animation.

Examples: Early Mickey Mouse cartoons, Ren and Stimpy, Popeye

4.Rotoscoping

A technique where animators trace live action movement, frame by frame, for use in animated films.

Examples: Gulliver's Travels, American Pop

Stop Motion

Stop motion animation is any type of animation which requires the animator to physically alter the scene, shoot a frame, again alter the scene and shoot a frame and so on, to create the animation.

Types of Stop motion
Cutout
Silhouette
Puppet

Computer Animation

Types of Computer Animation are :-
2D animation

Figures are created and/or edited on the computer using 2D bitmap graphics or created and edited using 2D vector graphics. This includes automated computerized version of tweening, morphing, onion skinning and interpolated rotoscoping.


3D animation

Figures are created in the computer using polygons. To allow these meshes to move they are given a digital armature (sculpture). This process is called rigging. Various other techniques can be applied, such as mathematical functions (gravity), simulated fur or hair, effects such as fire and water and the use of motion capture to name but a few.

Examples The Incredibles, Shrek
Motion capture
Crowd simulation

Animation has a great scope in the near by future. It has come a long way. Different animation techniques were being used in different eras. It is still changing and continuing for its betterment.
Hey sunanda, you have shared a nice information on the animation and described it very clearly. Well Sunanda, animation is a method which make the false impression of motion and change by a sequence of pictures or frames. I am also uploading a presentation which will give better understanding and complete information on animation.
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Re: Animation - February 26th, 2016

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Introduction

Animation is the rapid display of a sequence of images of 2-D artwork or model positions in order to create an illusion of movement.

It is an optical illusion of motion due to the phenomenon of persistence of vision. This could be anything from a flip book to a motion picture film.

History of animation

There is no single person that can be considered the "creator" of the art of animation.

There were several people doing several projects which could be considered various types of animation all around the world and at the same time.

Georges Méliès

He was a creator of special effect films.

He used many techniques – one of which was to stop the camera rolling, change something in the scene, and then continue rolling the film.

Émile Cohl

1908 He began drawing cartoon strips and created a film in 1908 called Fantasmagorie.

The film was created by drawing each frame on paper and then shooting each frame onto negative film, which gave the picture a blackboard look.

Winsor McCay

He created detailed animations that required a team of artists and painstaking attention for detail.

His films such as Gertie the Dinosaur (1914) and The Sinking of the Lusitania (1918) were of an impressive scale.

Animation techniques

Animation techniques are incredibly varied and difficult to categorize. Techniques are often related or combined.

It is also called cel animation.
The frames of a traditionally animated movie are hand-drawn.
Nowadays, the use of cels (and cameras) is mostly obsolete, since the drawings are scanned into computers

1.Full Animation

The most common style in animation, known for its realistic and often very detailed art.

Examples: All Disney feature length animated films, The Secret of NIMH, The Iron Giant

2.Limited Animation

A cheaper process of making animated cartoons that does not follow a "realistic" approach.

Examples: The Flintstones, Yellow Submarine

3.Rubber Hose

The characters are usually cartoony, and the animators have a lot of artistic freedom as rubber hose animations don't have to follow the laws of physics and anatomy in the same degree as the other main styles in animation.

Examples: Early Mickey Mouse cartoons, Ren and Stimpy, Popeye

4.Rotoscoping

A technique where animators trace live action movement, frame by frame, for use in animated films.

Examples: Gulliver's Travels, American Pop

Stop Motion

Stop motion animation is any type of animation which requires the animator to physically alter the scene, shoot a frame, again alter the scene and shoot a frame and so on, to create the animation.

Types of Stop motion
Cutout
Silhouette
Puppet

Computer Animation

Types of Computer Animation are :-
2D animation

Figures are created and/or edited on the computer using 2D bitmap graphics or created and edited using 2D vector graphics. This includes automated computerized version of tweening, morphing, onion skinning and interpolated rotoscoping.


3D animation

Figures are created in the computer using polygons. To allow these meshes to move they are given a digital armature (sculpture). This process is called rigging. Various other techniques can be applied, such as mathematical functions (gravity), simulated fur or hair, effects such as fire and water and the use of motion capture to name but a few.

Examples The Incredibles, Shrek
Motion capture
Crowd simulation

Animation has a great scope in the near by future. It has come a long way. Different animation techniques were being used in different eras. It is still changing and continuing for its betterment.
Hey Buddy,

Here i am sharing Project on Microsoft PowerPoint Animation, please check and download from attachment.
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