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  • Aardman Animation Timeline

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    and what they’ve done for Animations. Timeline William Horner The modern Zoetrope was invented by William Horner in 1833, he named it the "daedalum" which was a reference to a greek myth. The Zoetrope is made out of a cylinder with slits cut in the top half, which are used to view the strip of pictures on the bottom inner half, when spun it gives the illusion of movement. Thomas Edison The Kinetoscope was designed to allow a single person to be able to view the animation at a time, using a single

  • Movie Analysis: Aardman Animations

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    An authority Shaun The Lamb Film game from Aardman Animations as well as Lionsgate. Shaun The Sheep Movie strikes the large display in 2015 and also to note Aardman Animations offers to you a brand new, task packed game where merely the quickest endure! Turbo-charge your unguis and also get planned for the race of your life! Shear Speed relocates you to lead the Flock with the shout of the Big City, averting grabs as well as keeping away from the sneaky Trumper, a harmful animal catcher with the

  • Animation : Stop Motion Animation

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    Animation is the process of making the illusion of motion and change by rapidly displaying a sequence of static images that have minor differences. Animators are artists that specialize in creating animation. Stop motion is an animation technique that results in an object appearing to move on its own, by physically manipulating that object. It is moved in tiny increments between frames photographed individually. This creates the illusion of movement when the series of frames is played as a continuous

  • Essay on Analysis of The Wrong Trousers

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    Analysis of The Wrong Trousers “The Wrong Trousers” is a Clay Animation Production (where all characters are made out of clay). Created by Nick Park (a famous Animator) in 1993, “The Wrong Trousers” stars Wallace and Gromit in their second animated adventure (they were first introduced to British Viewers in 1990 in another Nick Park production “A Grand Day Out”.) In this particular adventure we see how bad things can get when technology gets into the wrong hands…

  • Difference Between Animation And European Animation

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    This modernization era, animations become a common thing to the modern people. There is a lot of animation in this era from television series, films, and even in music video and animation also comes with different types from 2D animation to 3D animation, stop-motion animation and also Computer Generated Imagery (CGI). Animations have been put to use in various purposes like commercial, teaching or learning. Almost everyone knows about this type of animation but there is difference between different

  • Animation: Differences Between Eastern European And European Animation

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    Western European Animation The definition for animation as stated in Oxford Dictionary is “the technique of photographing successive drawings or positions of puppets or models to create an illusion of movement when the film is shown as a sequence”. There are many types of animation besides 2D and 3D. Some of them are stop-motion animation, puppet animation which we commonly known here at Malaysia as wayang kulit, clay animation or claymation which uses clay, zoetrope animation where still images

  • Stop Motion Animation

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    Stop-motion animation requires the shooting of physically manipulated still objects to appear as moving objects. Some use dolls, props or clay (also known as called Claymation) to sequentially move an object in between individually shot frames. Depending on the preference of the director, stop-motion animation may also require either traditional or computer animation to supplement the movie's other visual requirements such as the backgrounds, sets, and props. Examples of stop-motion animation

  • Animation: Stop Motion Animation

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    Stop Motion Animation Stop motion is a technique which makes an inanimate object e.g a toy or clay model and makes it seem to move on its own. This can be done by taking many photos and making minuscule movements between each photo (each frame).When the photos are played together the illusion of movement is apparent. Elements of stop motion have been apparent since the early days of film usually to portray magic. The origins of stop motion start with Peter Roget who wrote a paper on ‘The persistence

  • Difference Between Animation And Eastern European Animation

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    This modernization era, animations become a common thing to the modern people. There is a lot of animation in this era from television series, films, and even in music video and animation also comes with different types from 2D animation to 3D animation, stop-motion animation and also Computer Generated Imagery (CGI). Animations have been put to use in various purposes like commercial, teaching or learning. Almost everyone knows about this type of animation but there is difference between different

  • Differences Between Western Animation And European Animation

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    Difference between Western European Animation and Eastern European Animation By: Nurfarain Binti Sabarudin Animation has been part of the world for a very long time. Use of animation is becoming more popular each day. Animation can be used for different purpose such as advertisement and education but it’s mainly use for entertainment. Lot of short story and film has been created using animation. Most successful animation company usually comes from United State. For example Pixar which has produce

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