The evolution of cartoons

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  • Those are the Different employments of digital animation The first has been dealt with by my colleagues Then we have 5 more fields: Film Musical video Publicity Game Arts
  • The first film , where the digital animation was used, was terminator2 in 1986. After this success the film production has improved this this tecnique. One of the most famous is Matrix, also we can think about titanic and star wars. About the latter we can do a comparison between the first 3 episodes (realized without the digital animation) and the second 3.
  • The first film , where the digital animation was used, was terminator2 in 1986. After this success the film production has improved this this tecnique. One of the most famous is Matrix, also we can think about titanic and star wars. About the latter we can do a comparison between the first 3 episodes (realized without the digital animation) and the second 3.
  • The evolution of cartoons

    1. 1. _O_ | /
    2. 2. _O_ | /
    3. 3. the sign
    4. 4. several sign s  drawing
    5. 5. sign s  drawing  movement
    6. 6. _O_ | /
    7. 7. O /| /
    8. 8. _O_ | /
    9. 9. O /| /
    10. 10. _O_ | /
    11. 12. cartoon
    12. 13. ‘ cartone’ + ‘ Karton’
    13. 14. The Virgin and Child with St Anne and St John the Baptist 1500
    14. 16. AFTER IMAGE
    15. 18. Toys – Victorian age
    16. 19. Thaumatrope - 1824
    17. 20. Phenakistoscope- 1831
    18. 21. Zoetrope - 1834 Praxinoscope - 1877
    19. 22. Flip book - 1868
    20. 23. Kinetoscope- 1888
    21. 24. 1906
    22. 28. Do you know this man?
    23. 29. …… He is WALT ELIAS DISNEY
    24. 31. In 1928…. Mickey Mouse!!
    25. 37. In 1937…. The first full-lenght animated film
    26. 40. Chuck Jones
    27. 43. William Hanna Joseph Barbera
    28. 49. Japanese cartoons = ANIME
    29. 50. 芋川椋三玄関番 の 巻 Imokawa Mukuzo genkanban no maki by Oten Shimokawa, 1917
    30. 53. 1960’s
    31. 54. + =
    32. 55. 1963 Tetsuwan Atom (Astro Boy)
    33. 57. "Animation is not the art of drawings that move but the art of movements that are drawn.“  Norman McLaren
    34. 58. anime revolution
    35. 59. 1 filming techniques
    36. 60. 2 strength of the subject
    37. 61. 3 high productivity
    38. 62. time of the narration ≠ chronological time
    39. 63. time of the narration = emotional time
    40. 64. manga iconography
    41. 67. martial art
    42. 69. sentimental
    43. 71. comic / risqué
    44. 73. mecha
    45. 75. nature mankind technology
    46. 76. Hiroshima Nagasaki 1945
    47. 79. 1995
    48. 80. Disney + Pixar
    49. 81. Disney + Pixar To infinity and beyond!
    50. 82. 1995
    51. 83. 1998
    52. 84. 1999
    53. 85. 2001
    54. 86. Different employments of digital animation <ul><li>Cartoon </li></ul><ul><li>Film </li></ul><ul><li>Musical video </li></ul><ul><li>Publicity </li></ul><ul><li>Game </li></ul><ul><li>Art </li></ul>
    55. 87. Film
    56. 91. 1977-1983 1999-2005
    57. 92. Musical video
    58. 96. Publicity
    59. 98. Game
    60. 100. Art
    61. 102. Worlds apart

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