Senin, 24 September 2012

how to make animated

There are two animated filmmaking process, such as conventional and digital. Conventional process in dire need of funds are quite expensive, while the digital process is quite mild. As for the case of repair, the digital process faster than the conventional process. Tom Cardon an animator who once worked with Hercules admit computer animation is quite a role. "Improvements to the conventional one time revision takes 2 days while digitally ranged takes only 30-45 minutes." [1] In a film dubbing can be done before or after the movie was over. Most dubbing done while the movie is still in process, but sometimes like in Japanese animation, voiceover actually done after the film was completed.
2Dimensi
Celluloid (conventional)
Celluloid technique (sometimes called a cell) is a fundamental technique in the manufacture of classic animated films. Once the image is becoming a series of movements that image is transferred onto a transparent sheet (plastic) that invisibility / cell (cell) and colored by the Ink and Paint Department. After completion of the film will be filmed with a special camera, the multiplane camera in the room were all black.
The main object is made separately by exploiting motion background and a static front. Thus, the background (background) and foreground (foreground) is made only once. This method can deal with that too much drawing.
Pre-production:

  •     The concept,
  •     Scenario,
  •     Formation of character,
  •     Storyboard,
  •     Dubbing the beginning,
  •     Music and sound FX
Post-production:
  •     Lay out (layout),
  •     Key motion (movement key / core),
  •     In Between (Figure that connects the core image to image other nuclei)
  •     Clean Up (Clean image by tracing)
  •     Background (background image),
  •     Celluloid (Transferred onto transparent plastic)
  •     Coloring (coloring with ink and paint).

Post-production:

  •     Composite,
  •     Camera Shooting (Pictures will be taken with the camera, taking frame-by-frame),
  •     Editing,
  •     Rendering,
  •     The transfer of the film into the film roll.

Computer
After the development of computer technology in the 80's, the two-dimensional animation process easier. Is a very real perceived ease the animation process. For the cultivation of simple animations, ranging from the design models to filling sound / dubbing can be done by using a personal computer. Any errors can be corrected quickly and can quickly change also held. While the conventional technique, every detail is sometimes a mistake to be repeated again from the beginning. 2Dimensi digital animation creation process consists of:
Pre-production:

  •     The concept,
  •     Scenario,
  •     Formation of character,
  •     Storyboard,
  •     Dubbing the beginning,
  •     Music and sound FX

Post-production:

  •     Lay out (layout),
  •     Key motion (movement key / core),
  •     In Between (Figure that connects the core image to image other nuclei)
  •     Background (background image),
  •     Scanning
  •     Coloring.

Post-production:

  •     Composite,
  •     Editing,
  •     Rendering,
  •     The transfer movies into a variety of media such as VCD, DVD, VHS and more.

3Dimensi

 Digitally animated film now beginning ogled by many because as one solution to reduce production costs.

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