Monthly Archives: October 2012

America Reading (week 9)

In early American animation there was music to express moods, feelings, and emotions of the characters, buts animation evolved in American to give each character there own individual personality.

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Emergence of Japanese Animation (week 8)

The expansion of Japanese animation began with the success of specific artiest of their time, such as Dong-Seo. Dong-Seo Animators in a week’s time were able to complete up two and a half hours of finished product due to their … Continue reading

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100 Years Project

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Journal 3

Harry Smith created “Early Abstractions” (1946-57) which were a series of short animated films that were created in a very different style then most other animation of the time. He created these films by painting the film and showing different … Continue reading

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