Animation toolkit - 4

animation let me create characters through the bouncing cartoon ball I did last week so I decided to make a girl and dog bouncing so far there will be another during the week


Girl bounce 




Dog bounce





Puffer fish animation





Bill Plympton was born in Portland, Oregon. He has a huge family and grew up with three sisters and three brothers.  he moved to New York City and began a year of study at the School of Visual Arts to start his animating career. the one thing to note about Plympton's work is  when looking at it, it comes off surreal and unnatural for example the "Your Face" animation the Plympton made is a man singing the song but with his face doing weird things like falling inwards and outwards, morphing and exploding. we as the audience do not expect this for the way the animation is designed it like realistic as you can see in the image below, making this animation a surprise to the viewer when seeing the morphs the face is doing.


Richard Williams was born on March 19, 1933, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. His well knows animation works are Disney's "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" and "The Theif and the Cobler" both beautiful animation. With Williams animation it the classic style that we have all grown to love over the years with cartoons with its bouncy like characters and classic movements like watching a betty boop cartoon, looking at the image below , viewers can tell that Williams wanted to make Roger a mixture of different styles for the film ranging from Disney to Warner Bro. and when looking at the film it help the character more for the film is a mixture of Disney characters and Warner Bro. characters. 



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