Animation techniques

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Peristance of vision
animation is the art of creating an opptical illutiion of moving pictures. when aset of relatedimages are rpidly shown one after another, people see them as on continuous picture.
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Rotoscoping
when objects are traced over to give a carton effect
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Onion skinning
each frame is produced whilest several previous frames are visable, to help the animator track the motion
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Stop motion/frame
when an object is moved slightly inbetween takng picturesof it
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Tweening
the process of getting a computer to create inbetween frames between the first and final frame
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Storyboard
a plan of the animation, shows frame by frame sequence
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image optimisation
the reduction of file size or compression of the graphic by reducing quality
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screen resolution
how many pixels, lines, or dots are present over a standard length. high resolution means highnumber of pixels
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image tools
zoom, select, resize, brush settings, scale, transform, distortion, layering, rotation, colour effects, transparecy
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when objects are traced over to give a carton effect

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Rotoscoping

Card 3

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each frame is produced whilest several previous frames are visable, to help the animator track the motion

Back

Preview of the back of card 3

Card 4

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when an object is moved slightly inbetween takng picturesof it

Back

Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

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the process of getting a computer to create inbetween frames between the first and final frame

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Preview of the back of card 5
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