The Importance of Animation By Pedro Riveros

The history and culture of animation is a topic that should be studied at Liberty University.

Animation allows artists to create worlds of wonder and invite guests to the adventure of a lifetime.

Whether it comes to toys showcasing the true meaning of family or wild animals escaping New York, animation invites guests to worlds of wonder.

Most blockbuster hits nowadays rely on animation in order to display some of the most impressive visuals in live action. The worlds and characters start out as two dimensional sketches but are then translated into 3D for a more realistic effect.

Animation helped the film industry to take risks and take people to worlds beyond belief and meet new friendly faces and their antagonists.

Although animation is merely considered as a minor, I believe that it requires a bigger presence in this university. This is the culmination of cinematic arts and graphic design.

Credits:

Created with images by Mariamichelle - "ice sculptures gaylord palms exhibit" • Ed Bierman - "Toy Story Fun" • TaniaVdB - "anime manga comic" • adeleblancsec2015 - "Bambi" • SweetGirl© - "Sonic the Hedgehog" • sillygwailo - "Green screen at VPL’s Inspiration Lab" • Dav1dF - "Amphion Argon 0 speakers and Groot" • swampa - "Smurf" • Creative Tools - "Modo - Skärmbild bil röd v01" • Sweetie187 - "space" • tinyfroglet - "Spidey"

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