The animation industry is one of the most prolific in the world of cinema, despite being a genre that needs a large amount of resources to be carried out. Throughout the history of cinema there have been many titles that belong to the animation genre; some of them stand out for their scripts, technical innovations or for their background as transgressive films at a certain time.
It is predicted that in 2030 the animation industry will be valued at 642,000 million dollars, approximately double what it was valued in 2020. This is due to its good acceptance among the public, which translates into a growth rate of 5.2% each year.
Among the many titles available, this is our selection of the best films we highlight the following:
This animated feature film was produced by Walt Disney Studios. It was created using the traditional animation technique, drawing each frame by hand. The film also used camera techniques, such as rotoscoping, which allowed the animators to draw the characters in motion based on images of real people.
For many the best animated film ever made as well as the most famous. Disney released this film in 1994 as one of the iconic titles of any age. This film uses a combination of traditional animation and computer animation. The character design and backgrounds were hand-drawn, while the crowd scenes and special effects were created by computer.
The famous 2003 feature film was produced by Pixar and used 3D computer animation. The film was created using the “particle stream” animation technique, which allowed animators to create effects such as moving water and air bubbles.
This 2016 film was also produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and used a computer animation technique called “fur grooming”. This technique allows animators to control the appearance and direction of the fur of animal characters.
The 2013 film was produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and used a computer animation technique called “sparse subsurface rendering”. This technique allows light to move through the skin and fabrics of the characters, resulting in a more realistic appearance.
The first film that is considered by many to be the first computer-animated film produced by Pixar Animation Studios. The technique used in this film is 3D animation, which allows digital models of the characters to be created and animated in a virtual environment.
Animated films have evolved significantly in terms of technique and content over the years. From traditional hand-drawn animation to more advanced computer animation, these films have used a variety of techniques to create imaginary characters and worlds. Each technique has its own advantages and disadvantages, and animators must carefully choose the technique that best suits their creative vision. With the rapid advancement of technology, it is exciting to think about how animated films will continue to evolve in the future.
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