Selected Courses on Digital Art-UOWM

20 Δεκεμβρίου 2013


Filed under: NOTES ON ANIMATION — admin @ 07:36

Discussions of animation often involve concepts of metamorphosis, anthropomorphism, transmogrification, fantasymimesis , the polymorphous perversity of bodies, its oddness and absurdity. Cartoon animation has an amorphous, elastic quality that allows forms the freedom to move and change–ordinary objects transform magically, movement is synchronized to music, and inanimate objects become humanized. Metamorphosis was a founding concept of animation, beginning with early French animator Emile Cohl, and is commonly used for fantastic or comic effect. Likewise, transmogrification is one of the advantages of working in animation rather than in live action. Animated figures are not grounded in actual physicality–they transform at the whim of the animator. [18]

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