Out of the Inkwell was produced in the same year by Max Fleischer using the mentioned animation technique. The rotoscope method was later patented by Max Fleischer in 1917. After that, such animated classics were released by their studio such as Ko-Ko the Clown, Betty Boop and Popeye the Sailor
Cinematic animation constitutes a pre-history of animation that was to emerge in a televisual context. The advent of cinema per se was preceded by the development of various devices with such classically intoned names as thaumatrope, phenakistoscope, and kinetoscope. In the United States, Stuart Blackton and Albert E. Smith stumbled upon the technique of stop-action animation, in which three-dimensional objects or drawings are shot frame-by-frame, slightly adjusting the position of the object between frames – thus creating the illusion of motion. As an example of the latter, Winsor McCay, an early American animator, serves as a transitional figure, since he drew on both of the primary sources of early American animation: vaudeville and a newspaper-based comic strips with the revolutionary transition from newsprint to celluloid. (Stabile and Harrison 2003: 2-4) Over the course of the first two decades of the twentieth century, new technologies and studios emerged.
The creation of storytelling of feeling can be shown through people, animals, and objects has been around for century. The history of animation will continue to grow, change, and so will the advancement to technology. Animation will live until the end of time if we help it grow profoundly. The work of art of motion has changed art and made it into as different genre that changed the lives of many people. Cavalier, Stephen.
The idea of showing a story in frame to frame drawings visually was started in the golden era when the Egyptian hieroglyphics, the cave men 's drawing depicting the cattle stampede. The Invasion of William the Conqueror of England shown with woven on linen is even now an inspiring and it can be called the starting of our art of storyboards. from the History of Animation by Charles Solomon showing the travelling magic lantern which was in the 1600 's the visual illusion of Phantasmagoria in the late 1800 's to the 2D animation cartoons like Felix the cat, Mickey mouse till the late Lion King in the 1900 's. After that was the era of wonderful 3D effect used in the films "Epic", "Turbo", "Rio", "Hotel
Later, in the 30s they created other iconic characters: Pluto, Goofy and Donald Duck. In 1937 the studio created Snow White (the first animated film) and in 1950 there were two important achievements: The Treasure Island (the first film with real images) and its first television
Cultivating storytelling through the use of: technology, color, character growth, and music, Disney transformed the animation business and has influenced the children throughout the world — through animated films that children can relate to. Throughout the years, Walt Disney Animation Studios uses motion pictured films to establish a new form of family entertainment. Walt Disney Animation Studios honors its legacy through animated films that have: artistry, storytelling, and revolutionary technology. Disney has influenced modern animated films by setting standards for other animated films. From the 1930s to now, the evolution of how the animations were created have changed dramatically from using paint to technology.
2. Company Background Walt Disney Pictures Inc. is owned by The Walt Disney Company, which is commonly known as Disney. In the first period, Walt Disney Pictures only focus to made cartoon films and heading to children as the main purpose of the company. Despite Walt Disney Pictures had success with many famous cartoon movie such as Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Mickey Mouse and The Reluctant Dragon, they keep developed and elevate cartoon movie to a new levels. In addition, Walt Disney Pictures also expanded to theatrical film industry.
Cel animation is extremely time consuming and requires incredible organization and concentration to detail. The way of doing animation today is different and is more effective and it majorly depends on the new advanced computer technology. Disney’s Fantasia stands as a signpost in the development and evolution of 2D animation: beautiful and perfectly animated. 2D animation had reached it’s “state of the art”: The technique, equipment, and 2D pipeline had been developed to the point at which “how” to make animation was no longer a question. Now animators could concentrate on “what” they could do with it and how to draw audiences towards a deeper connection with the characters.
In 1922, the first all-color film, The Toll of the Sea, was released. In 1926, Warner Bros. released Don Juan, the first film with sound effects and music. In 1927, The Jazz Singer, the first sound film to include limited talking sequences was released. The public were crazy about movies and went to movie theatres a lot. In 1928, Lights of New York, the first all-talking feature film was released.
Instead of having to draw the character over and over again. After Effects allow you to create complex rigs for animation or use the Puppet tool to move objects around. These flexibilities gave beginners more options when approaching animation especially if drawing isn’t their strong suit. Unlike traditional animation where drawing skills is mandatory. Accessibility and difficulty helped encourage the use of this style for animation.