Enchant young and old, have accompanied our youth and follow us into adulthood. How they are made? What are the new techniques to produce cartoons and animated films more and more perfect?The great animated films? The work of genius, the skill to draw or bits? Difficult to answer. Probably all three characteristics are important. But one thing is certain: the cartoons fascinate young and old. But how they are made? The animation is essentially the result of an optical illusion, due to a physical phenomenon called “persistence of vision.” The human eye, in fact, has the ability to retain an image on the retina for a fraction of a second, even after it has disappeared from the visual field. In that same split second, an image can be replaced by another slightly different, giving the brain the illusion of movement.
What we see on the movie screen, then, is not nothing but a series of still images projected in such rapid succession – 24 frames per second- be able to fool the human eye.
the desire to animate on Cartoon HD is as old as the world. Already the caveman trying to make the idea of the movement by drawing on the walls of his stone house, animals with multiple legs
[You can also see the first erotic cartoon of (prehistoric) history. Work of 5 students of animation, In-Ah Rödiger, Simon Pierre Andriveau, Yann Avenati, Hervé Barberau and Louis Clichyd, is a nice short film that explains the mechanism of the comic and visual persistenc from primitive attempts, techniques have evolved. Since the nineteenth century, the animation of static figures started to become a real possibility with the discovery of the “persistence of vision”, of course, the countless animation attempts have begun to show the first important results. The entertainment field has, however, evolved significantly over the past decade, with the arrival of 3D animation and the use of computers.
enchant young and old, have accompanied our youth and follow us into adulthood. How they are made? What are the new techniques to produce cartoons and animated films more and more perfect? Traditional techniques The technique that dominated the history of animation – and that still is used – is that of the hand drawing. In its purest form it is now very rare; more and more often is integrated by more innovative technologies. It is called cel animation because the animators draw the characters and objects to animate on a special paper in clear acetate, called cel, to overlay the floor of the backgrounds, created on paper.