Traditional Animation

Traditional animation, (or classical animation, cel animation, or hand-drawn animation) is an animation technique where each frame is drawn by hand. The technique was the dominant form of animation in cinema until the advent of computer animation.

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History Of Animation - Animation Techniques - CGI Animation
... Computer-generated imagery (CGI) revolutionized animation ... The process of CGI animation is still very tedious and similar in that sense to traditional animation, and it still adheres to many of the same principles ... A principal difference of CGI animation compared to traditional animation is that drawing is replaced by 3D modeling, almost like a virtual version of stop-motion, though a form of animation ...
History Of Animation - Traditional Animation - The Television Era
... Hanna-Barbera released Huckleberry Hound, the first half-hour television program to feature only animation ...
Traditional Animation - Techniques - Special Effects Animation
... See also Special effect#Special effects animation Besides traditional animated characters, objects and backgrounds, many other techniques are used to create special elements such as smoke, lightning ... used different techniques, such as drybrush, airbrush, charcoal, grease pencil, backlit animation or, during shooting, the cameraman used multiple ...
Nicktoons Film Festival - Episodes - Season 1 (The Nicktoons Film Festival 2004)
... films in 12 episodes) Charlie Chunk (Stop-frame, Clay animation) Timmy's Lessons in Nature (Traditional 2D) It Could Be Worse (Traditional 2D) Childhood Trauma #17 (CG animation, created in ... Eats A Bug (Traditional animation) Zoya the Zebra (2D animation) Doggie Door (Traditional animation) Bottom of the 9th (CG animation created in Alias' Maya software) The Turn-Off (2D cut-out animation with ...

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