01:30 PM to 04:15 PM T
East Building 122
Section Information for Spring 2012In addition to a history of animation and its practitioners, this class covers subjects from the handmade illusion of movement through the physiology of sight to computer generated motion pictures. The course pays special attention to the aesthetic of the animated image as well as the unique ability of the image to communicate through semiotics and visual narrative. Finally, the offering will explore the tools, technology used in animation, and the various techniques: claymation, cel animation, CGI, and so forth. Participants will view cartoons from various studios, feature-length animated films, and experimental shorts as well as try their hands at simple animation techniques.
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