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GLA 621 History of Animation WEEK 3
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(n.) something new, a change; the act of introducing a new method, idea, device, etc.
An exposure sheet (also referred to as camera instruction sheet, dope sheet or X-sheet) is a traditional animation tool that allows an animator to organize their thinking and give instructions to the cameraman on how the animation is to be shot
A storyboard is a graphic organizer in the form of illustrations or images displayed in sequence for the purpose of pre-visualizing a motion picture, animation, motion graphic or interactive media sequence.
After all the drawings are cleaned up, they are then photographed on an animation camera, usually on black and white film stock. Nowadays, pencil tests can be made using a video camera and computer software.
Steamboat Willie (1928)
recognized as the first sound cartoon but actually isn't
The Karnival Kid (1929)
Mickey Mouse has a deep, gruff voice
The Klondike Kid (1933)
Mickey Mouse's character becomes humble, optimistic, shy, and hopeful
the first well-done color cartoons
The Goddess of Spring (1934)
Disney's first attempt to show humans in cartoon form but the woman looks like she has no bones in her arms
Playful Pluto (1934)
Disney experiments with blowing leaves and splashing water and character performance
Two Gun Mickey (1934)
only six years after "Steamboat Willie," this cartoon short has a storyline
The Band Concert (1935)
Donald Duck is introduced in this cartoon short
Brave Little Tailor (1938)
the brand quality people now expected from Disney
animator at Disney who drew Pluto in "Playful Pluto"
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GLA 621: History of Animation WEEK 1
GLA 621 History of Animation WEEK 2
GLA 621 History of Animation WEEK 4
GLA 621 History of Animation WEEK 5
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