"Animation" discovered from the Latin name anima, the "animating principle", the vital force inside every living creature.
Animation has historically been produced in two ways. The first is by artists creating a succession of cartoon frames, which are then combined into a film. A second method is by using physical models, e.g. King Kong, which are positioned, the image recorded, then the model is moved, the next image is recorded, and this process is continued. Before the advent of the computer animation, all animation was done by hand. Considering that each second of animation contains 24 frames (film), it isn’t difficult to imagine the tremendous amount of work and time that has to go into creating even the shortest of animated films.
The industry currently employs around 30,000 people. Animation expertise is also increasingly being applied to sectors such as automobile, medicine and architecture, thus generating more employment opportunities for digital artists. India is presenting itself as a favorable option for the animation industry, particularly in postproduction and 3D content development and visual effects industry. Additionally, animation has spread to diverse media like video games, mobile games and even television news content which uses a huge amount of animation graphics. According to a Ficci-KPMG report, the Indian animation...
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