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When it comes to 3D modeling and computer animation, many applications range from super expensive to absolutely free. The two most popular names include Maya and 3DS Max. The main difference between the two is pricing, whereas Maya is considerably more costly than 3DS Max. Maya is also tough to...Read More

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Just within the last 50 years, digital animation has grown leaps and bounds and hitting major milestones every few years. At the end of the 1970’s Georg Lucas funded research initiatives that would later become ILM and Pixar, some of the largest animation studios in the world. Then, in...Read More

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Who Framed Roger Rabbit was an American film that mixed live action with animated fantasy film and was the first of its kind. This 1988 film was based around Hollywood in the 1940s in a world where animated characters and humans coexist. In 1981, Walt Disney Pictures purchased the rights to the...Read More

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Colonel Heeza Liar was the first recurring character in an animated series. Heeza Liar was based loosely off of Theodore Roosevelt and the stereotype that surrounded the 19th and early 20th century adventurer and lion hunter. The series featuring Colonel Heeza Liar was published from 1913 to...Read More

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In flash animation, a symbol can be a part of an object and can be animated at the same time. Flash animation, or flash cartoon, is an animated film created within Adobe Flash. In the late 1990’s, Flash animation artists had very limited abilities because of the bandwidth that only...Read More

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When you have an image whether it be a photo or something else, you want to make sure that it is shows well when you print it out or send it to someone by email. You need to make sure that it is saved in the correct format. One format is a gif. This type of format reduces the image into a file...Read More

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