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    King Kong Film Comparison

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    Early within the film you would also notice that stop-motion animation is a little “jerky” but, when comparing the film to other films of the time being released, King Kong (1933) is rather glamorously and brilliantly crafted for its era. The majority of the film was created by the use of stop-motion animation puppets. These puppets were made of metal, ball-and-socket skeleton armatures, covered with cotton dental dam, latex rubber and rabbit fur. To create the expressions of the Ape, wires were attached to the model and to add the realistic effect of Kong being real, special effect engineers attached an inflatable diaphragm to the Ape to stimulate its breathing. If enough attention is payed to Kong throughout the movie you would see that his hair moves throughout the film, this is due to O’Brien continuously moving the puppet around throughout capturing the stop-animation, adding to the life likeliness. To create the effect of King Kong being over twenty-four foot high the ever so talented special effects engineers used two specific techniques; rear projection footage and miniature projection. To produce the effect of rear projection, previously shot footage would be projected onto a translucent…

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    Vimeo Gulp Analysis

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    Animation on Vimeo Writing Assignment: “Gulp” For the purpose of this critique, I will be analyzing the stop-motion animation, “Gulp,” using the art critical framework. “Gulp” was released in the summer of 2011 (uploaded to Nokia HD’s channel on July 25, 2011) to showcase the creative imaging capabilities of the Nokia N8 while also attempting to create the largest stop-motion set at the time. The short film was directed by Will Studd and Ed Patterson from Sumo Science at Aardman, and was used…

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    Chapter One: A Brief History of Stop Motion Animation “The Humpty Dumpty Circus” (1897) is a show to go down in history, literally. The short film by Albert E. Smith and J. Stuart Blackton, founders of Vitagraph Studios, was the first American short film to use stop-motion techniques. The film featured acrobats and animals dancing within a circus that came to life. Unfortunately, no footage has survived the test of time, apart from a few archived images. The animation was created, according to…

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    I Never Stopped Enjoying Stop-Motion Animation: My viewing of anything with stop motion. Imagine this. You are Twelve years old. It is a hot Saturday afternoon. You have just finished mowing the neighbor’s yard. You have just earned yourself Ten dollars. Yes. $10.00. To buy yourself a Corgi toy vehicle based on Space:1999. You sit down for a cold glass of water. Not soda. Soda is a rare drink in this house that you sit. And before you go get on your bicycle to ride and ride almost three miles…

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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…

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    ignore the danger that was surrounding them. In the end you notice that they get used to the yellow dust and the fact that they are in danger but they don’t know what to do with it. They didn’t know how to fix it. They had tried. They sealed their windows but it still got in. Now it’s too late. It’s too late for them to do anything. They can’t stop it but they might have been able to in the beginning. If you don’t see the danger then you are completely clueless. People might say that they do…

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    and told that being gay is morally wrong gave me a hard time to accept myself and if you don’t truly accept yourself for who you are, you will never find peace and happiness in life. Slowly over time I told more and more of my closer friends and most of them accepted me for who I am. There will be some that stops talking to you because you are different and they don’t think it is right to be different. Soon my friends asked me about dating and at the time I didn’t think much about it because I…

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    Plaintiff Case Study

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    PLAINTIFFS' MOTION TO COMPEL PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENTS Plaintiff DARLA WILLIAMS moves for an order compelling Defendant SARAH MINER to produce documents withheld on the grounds of privilege under the work-product doctrine. Plaintiffs request that Defendant be ordered to produce said documents by close of business on March 17, 2017. I. ARGUMENT A. THERE’S A SUBSTANTIAL NEED FOR STATEMENTS MADE TO THE DEFENDANT’S INSURANCE ADJUSTERS. Federal Rule 26(b)(3) provides that: “ordinarily, a party may not…

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    started counting back to the front of the bus. “Well now, “Mr. Bus 57, Row 9, Right Side, Window, you best go sit down because we need to roll.” she spat out. “You can’t leave yet,” he replied knitting his eyebrows together. “I’m not finished”. Georgette made up her mind right then and there that she disliked him immensely. Although, he did rouse her curiosity when he donned a pair of latex gloves and pulled a mortar with pestle from his satchel. She watch him with great interest as he…

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    A Defining Moment

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    stomach. Anyway, after the contents of the mug were consumed, I went to brush my teeth. Brushing my teeth is an important stage of my morning procedure, it ensures my chance of successfully communicating with people without the disgust felt of horrible smells originating from the decayed bacteria and food remnants in my mouth permeating into their nostrils. The circular motion of the bristles cleaned my teeth, leaving them polished, spick and span. After noticing the time via the red digital…

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