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Animating with A I | Create Crazy Morphing Animations

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Course Description

Experimental animation is a form of animation in which motion pictures have their own rhythm and movement where it has no narration or a specific structure in animated films. It is considered to be subjective and non-linear that deals with philosophic and spiritual concerns that the artists and film-makers convey. Despite that early history of experimental animation is still being researched, U.S. and European abstract artists and animators play an important role of developing experimental animation during the 1920s and 1930s.Experimental animation has prominently given people the opportunity to learn and use animation skills in employable jobs, creating a platform for women to express themselves, and combining abstract art and technology to deliver a message that can change people's perspectives of the world. Well-known animated studios, such as Walt Disney Animation Studios and Pixar, use the elements of experimental animation as tools for their short- and long-length animated films. Simple Animation Ideas Make a drawing come to life. ... Use a book or story you are enjoying and make a movie of it. ... A day in your life. ... Make an animation showing something in nature - a plant growing or an animal hunting. ... Show an historical event. ... What about animating a natural event?