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Recap Elements of art Principles of art Grid exercise Texture Space Quality of surface, created by using lines, shading and cross-hatching The area provided for a particular purpose (foreground, background) Emphasi s Contrast The focal point of an image or the one thing that stands out the most A great difference between two things creating visual interest, tension
Creating an animation flipbook How the flipbook came into existence Discoveries the flipbook inspired Define animation flipbook Creating an animation flipbook
What inspired the flipbook Pre flipbook Thaumatrope in 1825 Phenakistoscope in 1829 Zoetrope in 1834
How flipbook came into existence Debut in 1868 Patent in name of Kineograph First linear sequence motion tool
Discoveries inspired by the flipbook The Bioscope in 1894 The Vitascope in 1896 The Mutoscope 1894 The Filoscope in 1897
What has become of flipbooks Toys for kids Still being used in marketing today International festivals in 2004, 2005
What is an animation flipbook Animation Act of animating, derived from the Latin word Animatus which means to give life to. Flipbook Also known as “flick” book is a book with series of images that create the illusion of motion when the pages of the book are rapidly flipped. Animation flipbook Book of series of images that appear to animate (have life) by simulating motion or some changes.
Creating a flipbook 1. Do some rough sketches for ideas of what you’d like animate 2. Create a storyboard. Start with the first and last frames and fill in the middle. 3. Work only on the lower half of the page because of visibility during flipping. 4. Start on the last page. Animation goes from back to front. 5. Animation should move in very small amounts for better animation. 6. Have fun and be creative!