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  • 1. Traditional animation { What it is? How they are made? WILLIAN FERNANDO CARDENAS, CCA - 2012
  • 2. It is a technique of a series of still drawings that gives the impression of a moving picture.What traditionalanimation is?
  • 3. An animated film is a complex work of art that involves the artistically work of a team of talented people: writers, artists, illustrators, painters, actors and technical staff.How a traditionalanimation is made?
  • 4. 1. Script 2. Storyboard 3. Soundtrack, Voice acting 4. Animatic 5. Design and Timing 6. Layout 7. Animation 8. Digitalization 9. Composing 10. ReleaseSteps (Pipeline) oftraditional animation
  • 5. 1. Script2. Storyboard3. Soundtrack, Voice acting4. Animatic5. Design and Timing6. Layout7. Animation8. Digitalization9. Composing10. Release It is a written work by screenwriters. Movement, actions, expression, and dialogues of the characters are narrated by them. Steps (Pipeline) of traditional animation
  • 6. Movements, actions, expression, and dialogues of theScript characters are narrated by them. Steps (Pipeline) of traditional animation
  • 7. 1. Script2. Storyboard3. Soundtrack, Voice acting4. Animatic5. Design and Timing6. Layout7. Animation8. Digitalization9. Composing10. Release They are essentially a large comics of the film or some section of the film produced, that helps to visualize the scenes and find potential problems before they occur. Steps (Pipeline) of traditional animation
  • 8. They are graphic organizers in the form ofStoryboard illustrations or images displayed in sequence for the purpose of pre-visualizing an animation sequence. Steps (Pipeline) of traditional animation
  • 9. 1. Script2. Storyboard3. Soundtrack, Voice acting4. Animatic5. Design and Timing6. Layout7. Animation8. Digitalization9. Composing10. Release A completed cartoon soundtrack will feature music, sound effects, and dialogue performed by voice actors. Steps (Pipeline) of traditional animation
  • 10. 1. Script2. Storyboard3. Soundtrack, Voice acting4. Animatic5. Design and Timing6. Layout7. Animation8. Digitalization9. Composing10. Release An animatic typically consists of pictures of the storyboard synchronized with the soundtrack. Steps (Pipeline) of traditional animation
  • 11. 1. Script2. Storyboard3. Soundtrack, Voice acting4. Animatic5. Design and Timing6. Layout7. Animation8. Digitalization9. Composing10. Release Characters design Color Palletes Backgrounds Timing Steps (Pipeline) of traditional animation
  • 12. Based in the animatic, the timingDesign director analyzes exactly what poses,and Timing drawings, and lip movements will be needed on what frames.
  • 13. 1. Script2. Storyboard3. Soundtrack, Voice acting4. Animatic5. Design and Timing6. Layout7. Animation8. Digitalization9. Composing10. Release They are drawings that indicate poses of the characters, camera movements and environmental conditions Steps (Pipeline) of traditional animation
  • 14. 1. Script2. Storyboard3. Soundtrack, Voice acting4. Animatic5. Design and Timing6. Layout7. Animation8. Digitalization9. Composing10. Release Drawing sequences of animation by making key frames and Inbetweens Steps (Pipeline) of traditional animation
  • 15. Timing is the very base of animation,Animation giving an object variations of force (speed, weight, etc,)
  • 16. 1. Script2. Storyboard3. Soundtrack, Voice acting4. Animatic5. Design and Timing6. Layout7. Animation8. Digitalization9. Composing10. Release Animators drawings are scanned into a computer, where they are colored and processed Steps (Pipeline) of traditional animation
  • 17. 1. Script2. Storyboard3. Soundtrack, Voice acting4. Animatic5. Design and Timing6. Layout7. Animation8. Digitalization9. Composing10. Release The resulting drawings are composited in the computer over their respective backgrounds Steps (Pipeline) of traditional animation
  • 18. 1. Script2. Storyboard3. Soundtrack, Voice acting4. Animatic5. Design and Timing6. Layout7. Animation8. Digitalization9. Composing10. Release Steps (Pipeline) of traditional animation
  • 19. Thanks!