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When the word animation is used the first thing that comes to peoples minds are Bugs Bunny Scooby Doo or Micky Mouse There is more to the field of animation than that I will discuss two different styles of animation - Graphics and Cartoons The first style is computer graphic animation Most people have heard or seen the movie The Matrix The majority of that movie is based on computer graphics Actually that film would most likely have not been possible if not for computer graphics For a brief discription of one the highlighted scenes of the movie as an example there is a fight between the main character Neo and an Agent During that scene Neo fires rounds of gunshots at the Agent and the Agent is seen dodging each bullet The action that is seen is multiple pictures of him to show that he is moving quicker than the eye The way that this is done is that each movement is separately recorded onto film uploaded onto a video processing program and then overlap each other However to show what movement is the dominant movement that he is making at the time they leave all but one movement transparent The second type of animation is what most people know of cartoons Although it seems as if the actual work put into them is not difficult it is quite the opposite The first thing that the artist does is come up with an idea of what they want their character to do and how fast they want them to do it Somebody turning their head could take one picture or it could take ten Then they have to decide what is the best way to make the movements There are two styles that they could choose from The first style is copying What the artist simply does is study the first original picture of the character and then
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