animation |ˌanəˈmā sh ən|noun
1 the state of being full of life or vigor; liveliness : they started talking with animation.
• chiefly archaic the state of being alive.2 the technique of filming successive drawings or positions of puppets or models to create an illusion of movement when the movie is shown as a sequence : [as adj. ] animation techniques | animations as backdrops forlive action.
• (also computer animation) the manipulation of electronic images by means of a computer in order to create moving images
The new media arts division, the spectacular world of computer animation.The world of animation is subcategorized in 3 major categories 1. 2d animation2. 3d animation3. Stop animation (To this point we all know what stop animation is, so i wont be going into its details)
the ability to create, animate (move) and give a totally new meaning to ones imagination.for example animated t.v shows that are known worldwide areThe Simpsons
is an American animated sitcom created by Matt Groening for the Fox Broadcasting Company. The series is a satirical parody of a middle class American lifestyle epitomized by its family of the same name, which consists ofHomer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie.
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Finding Nemo is an American computer-animated comedy-drama film written and directed by Andrew Stanton, released byWalt Disney Pictures on May 30, 2003, and the fifth film produced by Pixar Animation Studios.The animation and the animator, in other words can also be described giving life to the still image. The range of softwares like Adobe Photoshop, Adobe flash, Maya, Adobe after effects etc. have made it possible to animate a still existing image. Where in 2d animation one needs to create a specific character to later animate it, assign its movements individually, what parts spas up-to what time-limit and so forth.The art of animation has in the 21st century expanded in a very vast dimension, and to master the skills in softwares is just internet research away. The output of this animation is so convincing that the 3d animation is often used in an average of 7/10 movies made these days, where actors are suppose to act in front of a chroma green screen which then is removed via editing software and is replaced with a fantasy/another galaxy/surreal world.
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