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    Animation is the method of taking still images and presenting them in rapid succession to create the illusion of motion. The contrast between animation and video is video takes constant movement and splits it up into frames. You have many different types of animation. Usually the main ones used are Traditional animation, Stop animation and Computer Generated animation. Traditional animation is created by drawing every frame by hand. Then these frames are coloured and scanned onto a computer and the frames synced with sound. It’s an extremely time-consuming and labour intensive process. Stop motion is when an animator photographs an object or person one frame and motion at a time. Then those photographs are combined and sped up. Computer Generated animation is when an animator uses computer software to animate. The computer generated animations can be rendered in either 2D or 3D. The 2D animation is very similar to the traditional method of animating, however for the 3D animation the animator has to model each character and object. The Role of Animation in the Digital Media…

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    visual effects team rather than the cinematographer. “While the characters are lit and framed by the cinematographer on the set, these decisions are often unrecognizable after the digital effects team has finished with the footage. In these cases, much of the lighting and composition actually happens in a computer.”…

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    identifying and adapt in order to able to present the information to an audience properly (Adler, Rodman, & du Pre, 2014). In understanding the audience a speaker has a better awareness of how to approach the subject without alienating them. Being able to adapt to the environment allows for a better way for the speech to reach the audience. Also allows for the speaker to decide in what form they wish to present the information. Such as whether to start with a joke, personal story, or ask their…

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    Disney-Pixar’s Wall-E, tells a story about a robot left behind on Earth with the responsibility of cleaning up after the mess humanity has created. Wall-E, which stands for Waste Allocation Load Lifter Earth-Class, lives in a corporate-dominated future where humans believe Earth is no longer inhabitable. The Earth turned into a garbage dump due to overconsumption and materialism. Humans, however, have become excessively reliant on technology and are no longer capable of performing simple tasks…

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    Pete Docter's Pixar

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    Director Pete Docter brings Pixar back to life with the animated film Inside Out. The beloved animation studio has returned to the pinnacle of adult and child entertainment established in the late-2000s with films like Ratatouille, WALL-E, Up, and Toy Story 3. How fitting, then, that this picture—set predominantly inside the mind of an 11-year-old only child named Riley who’s forced to move with her parents to San Francisco from her hometown in Minnesota—features five emotions as its main…

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    Morning Olivier, I hope this finds you well. As you’re aware Cinesite is creating the feature animation for your exciting project THE STAR. On our website, we have a section where we list all projects in production (scroll down and it is on this page): http://www.cinesite.com/feature-animation/projects-featured-animation/ I understand there was a possible casting announcement planned for December for THE STAR I would like to request permission to include the project on this webpage in…

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    How to Make Your Own Animation from Drawing Today animations have become a part of our culture and are used for commercials, cartoons, and movies. They are different based on how they are created and the purpose behind the animation’s story. When talking about how animations are created, there are multiple ways to make them. Some approaches to start off creating one is done by using computer graphics or drawing it out on paper. Usually what is involved in an animation is a story that draws in…

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    Evolution is defined by Merriam Webster Dictionary as the process of slow change and development. There is no artform more influenced by the evolution of technology than film and specifically animation. Animation itself was born out of the evolution of technology, specifically photography. Eadweard Muybridge inspired a new way to capture motion with his photographs of animals and humans in motion, other advancements in the camera pushed film forwards, but it was the mistake of George Melies that…

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    The CEO of Apple Computer and Pixar Animation Studios, Steve Jobs, delivered the Commencement address to the 2005 graduating class of Stanford on June 12, 2005. In his speech, he addressed life lessons he had learned that kept him going through hard times and inspired him to succeed. The purpose of his speech was to excite and inspire fresh college graduates about their world and futures. His first piece of advice is to trust in something in order to keep going. His second is that the only way…

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    Like color, while music generally did accompany animation, the recording of the human voice changed the animation game and therefore the way they worked and their influences. In the 1940s recorded sound allowed for the characters in films to talk. Unlike the cartoons of the of the Silent Era, cartoons of the ‘40s were influenced by radio personalities as they would provide the voices that helped to define the character. The most notable radio personality turned voice over artist is Mel Blanc.…

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