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By BILAL AHMED
WHAT IS ANIMATION
• Animation is derived from word Animate it is a verb
which means to bring to life.
• Animation process involves creation of motion
illusion through quick displaying of a series of static
pictures subtly different from each other.
• Collection of multiple frames sequences.
• Animation is a powerful tool capable of
communicating complex ideas.
SHORT PAST INFORMATION
• Historically and technically, the first animated film
was Humorous Phases of Funny Faces (1906), made
by J. Stuart Blackton.
• The French artist Emile Cohl created the
first animated film The legend goes that in in
(1907). That’s why He is called Father of Animation.
TYPES OF ANIMATION
1) Traditional Animation
In Classical 2D mode, each frame is hand drawn by
animators. After a number of frames have been drawn,
they are fed to plastic cells which are subsequently
hand painted. The cells are projected against painted
background to create semblance of motion.
Mickey Mouse is the classical example. 1st 2D
animated figure created in 1908, Fantasmagories was
a stick man created by Emile Cohl. The 75 second long
animation used 700 varied images.
Rotoscoping is a method of traditional animation
invented by Max Fleischer in 1915, in which
animation is "traced" over actual film footage of actors
and scenery. Traditionally, the live-action will be
printed out frame by frame and registered.
TYPES OF ANIMATION
2) Puppetry Animation
Puppet animation was born at the beginning of the 20th
century. In 1906, the ballet master of Saint Petersburg's
Mariinsky Theater, Aleksandr Shiryaev, created the world's
first puppet animation film, with figures dancing in ballet
steps against a still background of theatrical decorations.
puppets are used for developing puppetry animation. First
puppet motion picture was released in 1908 with title ‘The
Humpty Dumpty Circus’.
Digital puppetry is the manipulation and performance of
digitally animated 2D or 3D figures and objects in a virtual
environment that are rendered in real time by computers. It
is most commonly used in filmmaking and television
production, but has also been used in interactive theme park
attractions and live theatre.
TYPES OF ANIMATION
3) Sand Animation
Sand animation is the manipulation
of sand to create animation. In
performance art an artist creates a
series of images using sand, a
process which is achieved by
applying sand to a surface and then
rendering images by drawing lines
and figures in the sand with one's
hands.
TYPES OF ANIMATION
4) Zoetrope Animation
Zoetrope stands for animated toys which surfaced
up in 1834 through efforts of William George
Horner. A drum is used for drawing static images
and then the drum is trundled which produces an
impression of motion. Animated GIFs of present
day are inspired from Zoetrope.
A zoetrope is one of several pre-film animation
devices that produce the illusion of motion by
displaying a sequence of drawings or photographs
showing progressive phases of that motion.
TYPES OF ANIMATION
5) Flipbook Animation
A sequence of images drawn on
flipbook is swiftly flicked through for
giving impression of motion. This is
one of the oldest techniques but still a
really fascinating one.
TYPES OF ANIMATION
6) Stop Motion Animation
Stop motion animation or stop-frame animation is
a technique in which the animators physically
manipulate objects making it seem as if these
objects move on their own. In other words, it’s a
precise sequence of frames that are played back
creating an illusion of action and movement.
Stop motion animation was developed in the late
1800s by J Stuart Blackton. Blackton's The
Humpty Dumpty Circus (1898)
TYPES OF ANIMATION
7) Motion Graphic Animation
Motion graphics are pieces of animation or digital footage
which create the illusion of motion or rotation, and are
usually combined with audio for use in multimedia projects.
Motion graphics are usually displayed via electronic media
technology, but may also be displayed via manual powered
technology.
Motion graphics can bring statistical data to life,
but animation can bring characters to life with emotional
narratives, creativity, and artistic expression. Animation is
more expensive. Motion graphics are usually easier to
produce. It's a less complex form of animation.
One of the first uses of the term "motion graphics" was by
animator John Whitney, who in 1960 founded a company
called Motion Graphics Inc.
TYPES OF ANIMATION
8) Digital 2D Animation
2D animation is the art of creating movement in a two-
dimensional space. This includes characters, creatures, FX and
backgrounds. The illusion of movement is created when
individual drawings are sequenced together over time.
2D animation is vector-based just like traditional animation. The
difference is that frames are not drawn manually instead a
computer program like Flash or Adobe Animate & some Other
powerful software's is used for animating the fundamental
frames. There is no need of individually drawing each frame.
2D animation, the most commonly understood and traditional
form of animation, is the process of creating images in two
dimensional environments. Animators then rely on two
dimensions width and height to tell a story. Since its invention in
the late 1800s, 2D-animation technology has empowered
animators to take this type of animation to a whole other level.
TYPES OF ANIMATION
9) Digital 3D Animation
3D Animation Also known as computer
generated imagery (CGI), this method is the
latest type of 3D animation that uses
computer software. Compared to other types
of 3D animation, CGI is more prevalent in the
moviemaking industry.
3D animation adds a third dimension depth
to the animation equation, creating a highly
dynamic animated environment that
empowers marketers to craft realistic
settings, characters, objects, textures, and
lighting to see their videos in new ways.
WHAT WE LEARN IN THIS COURSE
• In this course we will learn
➢2D animation and its concepts.
➢Character Creation.
➢Character Animation.
➢Cartoon Story Making.
➢Little 3D work.
➢Animation by image or make Character by Image.
and a lot more.
WHAT SOFTWARE WE USE
• In this course we will learn work on
➢CRAZY TALK ANIMATOR 8.1(free trial available)
➢CARTOON ANIMATOR 4(free trial available)
CRAZY TALK ANIMATOR 8.1
• Crazy Talk Animator 8.1 link Available in the
Description. Where you can PURCHASE it.
It has 3 Plans
➢STANDARD (49 USD)
➢PRO (99 USD)
➢PIPELINE (129 USD)
If you want this Software then
1. SUBSCRIBE THE CHANNEL
2. LIKE THE VIDEO
3. COMMENT #bilalteach
So You Will Get this Software with
Free Installation by
CARTOON ANIMATOR 4
• Cartoon Animator 4 link Available in the
Description. Where you can PURCHASE it.
It has 2 Plans
➢PRO (99 USD)
➢PIPELINE (199 USD)
If you want this Software then
1. SUBSCRIBE THE CHANNEL
2. LIKE THE VIDEO
3. COMMENT #bilalteach
So You Will Get this Software with
Free Installation by
FREE EDUCATION FOR ALL
IF YOU LIKE THE VIDEO THEN
SUBSCRIBE THE BILAL TEACH
CHANNEL AND PRESS THE BELL ICON
FOR MORE FREE EDUCATIONAL
VIDEOS
If you want these Software then
1. SUBSCRIBE THE CHANNEL
2. LIKE THE VIDEO
3. COMMENT #bilalteach
So You Will Get this Software with
Free Installation by

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Introduction to Animation

  • 1. Detailed video in Urdu, Hindi & English + LIVE TUTORIAL By BILAL AHMED
  • 2. WHAT IS ANIMATION • Animation is derived from word Animate it is a verb which means to bring to life. • Animation process involves creation of motion illusion through quick displaying of a series of static pictures subtly different from each other. • Collection of multiple frames sequences. • Animation is a powerful tool capable of communicating complex ideas.
  • 3. SHORT PAST INFORMATION • Historically and technically, the first animated film was Humorous Phases of Funny Faces (1906), made by J. Stuart Blackton. • The French artist Emile Cohl created the first animated film The legend goes that in in (1907). That’s why He is called Father of Animation.
  • 4. TYPES OF ANIMATION 1) Traditional Animation In Classical 2D mode, each frame is hand drawn by animators. After a number of frames have been drawn, they are fed to plastic cells which are subsequently hand painted. The cells are projected against painted background to create semblance of motion. Mickey Mouse is the classical example. 1st 2D animated figure created in 1908, Fantasmagories was a stick man created by Emile Cohl. The 75 second long animation used 700 varied images. Rotoscoping is a method of traditional animation invented by Max Fleischer in 1915, in which animation is "traced" over actual film footage of actors and scenery. Traditionally, the live-action will be printed out frame by frame and registered.
  • 5. TYPES OF ANIMATION 2) Puppetry Animation Puppet animation was born at the beginning of the 20th century. In 1906, the ballet master of Saint Petersburg's Mariinsky Theater, Aleksandr Shiryaev, created the world's first puppet animation film, with figures dancing in ballet steps against a still background of theatrical decorations. puppets are used for developing puppetry animation. First puppet motion picture was released in 1908 with title ‘The Humpty Dumpty Circus’. Digital puppetry is the manipulation and performance of digitally animated 2D or 3D figures and objects in a virtual environment that are rendered in real time by computers. It is most commonly used in filmmaking and television production, but has also been used in interactive theme park attractions and live theatre.
  • 6. TYPES OF ANIMATION 3) Sand Animation Sand animation is the manipulation of sand to create animation. In performance art an artist creates a series of images using sand, a process which is achieved by applying sand to a surface and then rendering images by drawing lines and figures in the sand with one's hands.
  • 7. TYPES OF ANIMATION 4) Zoetrope Animation Zoetrope stands for animated toys which surfaced up in 1834 through efforts of William George Horner. A drum is used for drawing static images and then the drum is trundled which produces an impression of motion. Animated GIFs of present day are inspired from Zoetrope. A zoetrope is one of several pre-film animation devices that produce the illusion of motion by displaying a sequence of drawings or photographs showing progressive phases of that motion.
  • 8. TYPES OF ANIMATION 5) Flipbook Animation A sequence of images drawn on flipbook is swiftly flicked through for giving impression of motion. This is one of the oldest techniques but still a really fascinating one.
  • 9. TYPES OF ANIMATION 6) Stop Motion Animation Stop motion animation or stop-frame animation is a technique in which the animators physically manipulate objects making it seem as if these objects move on their own. In other words, it’s a precise sequence of frames that are played back creating an illusion of action and movement. Stop motion animation was developed in the late 1800s by J Stuart Blackton. Blackton's The Humpty Dumpty Circus (1898)
  • 10. TYPES OF ANIMATION 7) Motion Graphic Animation Motion graphics are pieces of animation or digital footage which create the illusion of motion or rotation, and are usually combined with audio for use in multimedia projects. Motion graphics are usually displayed via electronic media technology, but may also be displayed via manual powered technology. Motion graphics can bring statistical data to life, but animation can bring characters to life with emotional narratives, creativity, and artistic expression. Animation is more expensive. Motion graphics are usually easier to produce. It's a less complex form of animation. One of the first uses of the term "motion graphics" was by animator John Whitney, who in 1960 founded a company called Motion Graphics Inc.
  • 11. TYPES OF ANIMATION 8) Digital 2D Animation 2D animation is the art of creating movement in a two- dimensional space. This includes characters, creatures, FX and backgrounds. The illusion of movement is created when individual drawings are sequenced together over time. 2D animation is vector-based just like traditional animation. The difference is that frames are not drawn manually instead a computer program like Flash or Adobe Animate & some Other powerful software's is used for animating the fundamental frames. There is no need of individually drawing each frame. 2D animation, the most commonly understood and traditional form of animation, is the process of creating images in two dimensional environments. Animators then rely on two dimensions width and height to tell a story. Since its invention in the late 1800s, 2D-animation technology has empowered animators to take this type of animation to a whole other level.
  • 12. TYPES OF ANIMATION 9) Digital 3D Animation 3D Animation Also known as computer generated imagery (CGI), this method is the latest type of 3D animation that uses computer software. Compared to other types of 3D animation, CGI is more prevalent in the moviemaking industry. 3D animation adds a third dimension depth to the animation equation, creating a highly dynamic animated environment that empowers marketers to craft realistic settings, characters, objects, textures, and lighting to see their videos in new ways.
  • 13. WHAT WE LEARN IN THIS COURSE • In this course we will learn ➢2D animation and its concepts. ➢Character Creation. ➢Character Animation. ➢Cartoon Story Making. ➢Little 3D work. ➢Animation by image or make Character by Image. and a lot more.
  • 14. WHAT SOFTWARE WE USE • In this course we will learn work on ➢CRAZY TALK ANIMATOR 8.1(free trial available) ➢CARTOON ANIMATOR 4(free trial available)
  • 15. CRAZY TALK ANIMATOR 8.1 • Crazy Talk Animator 8.1 link Available in the Description. Where you can PURCHASE it. It has 3 Plans ➢STANDARD (49 USD) ➢PRO (99 USD) ➢PIPELINE (129 USD) If you want this Software then 1. SUBSCRIBE THE CHANNEL 2. LIKE THE VIDEO 3. COMMENT #bilalteach So You Will Get this Software with Free Installation by
  • 16. CARTOON ANIMATOR 4 • Cartoon Animator 4 link Available in the Description. Where you can PURCHASE it. It has 2 Plans ➢PRO (99 USD) ➢PIPELINE (199 USD) If you want this Software then 1. SUBSCRIBE THE CHANNEL 2. LIKE THE VIDEO 3. COMMENT #bilalteach So You Will Get this Software with Free Installation by
  • 17. FREE EDUCATION FOR ALL IF YOU LIKE THE VIDEO THEN SUBSCRIBE THE BILAL TEACH CHANNEL AND PRESS THE BELL ICON FOR MORE FREE EDUCATIONAL VIDEOS If you want these Software then 1. SUBSCRIBE THE CHANNEL 2. LIKE THE VIDEO 3. COMMENT #bilalteach So You Will Get this Software with Free Installation by