Moving Pictures! Part Two


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This is a great site to explore!
https://www.victorian-cinema.net/reynaud



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MUTOSCOPE:


‘Customers Wanted’ -Popeye, 1939

All Things Muybridge!
https://www.eadweardmuybridge.co.uk/

Lumiere Brothers
http://www.institut-lumiere.org/

AND Thomas Edison
http://edison.rutgers.edu/
https://www.loc.gov/collections/edison-company-motion-pictures-and-sound-recordings/articles-and-essays/history-of-edison-motion-pictures/

MY FIRST FLIPBOOK:



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Awesome article about Showscan…
https://www.in70mm.com/news/2011/showscan/company/index.htm


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This is a fine example of sand art or sand storytelling, but is not actually ‘animation.’ This is happening ‘live.’ The storyteller is moving the sand (we can see her hands) as she creates scenes. Very beautiful! but not truly ‘animation.’


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Here is a beautiful example of sand animation:

This was done by Caroline Leaf. Ms. Leaf worked on a light table using razor blades and other tools to create animated sand- the sand seems to move on its own. The camera is a down-shooter and any perceived camera moves were ‘animated,’ and not the result of moving the camera. Quite extraordinary!
Caroline Leaf- sand
Here is a photo of Ms. Leaf working on a sand animation.




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2 comments on “Moving Pictures! Part Two

    • Yes. Her work is extraordinary. But remember, it’s not quite animation. She’s performing ‘live’ under a camera. The other example by Caroline Leaf is animated frame by frame, or one frame at a time, so that it appears as though the sand is moving on its own. Just like the coin assignment… the coins seem to move on their own. 🙂

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