EI234 Introduction to Animation

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EI234 Introduction to Animation

  1. 1. Digital Animation in the Primary Classroom<br />Session One: An introduction to animation<br />
  2. 2. Early Animation<br />Zoetrope (1834)<br />Flip Book (Flick Book) (1800s)<br />
  3. 3. Cel Animation<br />Disney – Early Mickey Mouse (1929)<br />“Les Triplettes de Belleville” (2003) “The Illusionist” (2010)<br />“Spirited Away” (Japan, 2001)<br />Rotoscoping – A-Ha “Take On Me” music video (directed by Steve Barron, 1985)<br />
  4. 4. Stop Frame Animation<br />Clay animation (or Claymation) – e.g. “Wallace & Gromit” (Nick Park/Aardman)<br />Cut-out animation – e.g. Terry Gilliam<br />Model animation – e.g. “King Kong” (1933)<br />Object animation – e.g. White Stripes music video (Michel Gondry), Jan Svankmajer<br />Puppet animation – e.g. “The Nightmare Before Christmas”“Corpse Bride” (both Tim Burton, 1993, 2005)<br />Pixellation – e.g. “Tony vs Paul” (2007)<br />
  5. 5. Computer Animation<br />2D – e.g. “Futurama”<br />3D - e.g. “Toy Story”, “Shrek”, “Monsters Inc”, “The Incredibles”<br />
  6. 6. Further Reading & Viewing<br />Wikipedia: Animation<br />Open Learning Centre DVDs:<br />Animation Nation: visions of childhood (BBC 4)<br />Quay Brothers: the short films 1979-2003<br />“Corpse Bride” Tim Burton<br />“Wallace & Gromit: the curse of the were rabbit” Aardman<br />

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