OGR 2 Unit 5: Animation

Ernesta Baniulyte

Influence map

Character design

Rough story board

Character design dveleopment:

Meg homework:
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First attempt to animate hole-punch
• http://ernestaba.blogspot.co.uk/2012/03/unit -5-first-try-to-animate.html

Life drawing
• http://ernestaba.blogspot.co.uk/2012/03/unit -5-life-drawing.html

Essay introduction
• This essay will review the first animator in Lithuania Wladislov Starevisch biography, style and success. Wladislov Starevisch, originally polish animator, used marionettes and dolls to make films and stop-motion animations. W.Starevich is well known in eastern world, and is famous with his works like ‚‘‘fairy-tale of the fox‘‘. Most of his movies animator created on his own, without any cast or help. The unique style of W.Starevisch, influenced many of the further Russian and Lithuanian animations. The animator, W. Starevisch is often called the Walt Disney of the eastern world. This essay will discuss and analyse, what methodology, techniques W. Starevisch used, that he become so successful, also this essay will review his personal life, cultural and historical backgrounds, which were big influences for his creative works. The essay will be based on sources such as reviews of Skritmantas Valiulis, reviews of Lithuanian cinematic societies, local Lithuanian newspaper articles, also book ‚Wizard from Kaunas‘ by Vitautas Mikalauskas, and the last but not last animations of V. Starevisch. -The start of the career in Lithuania/ biography. Invitation to work at Disney -Passion for bugs -Style, and influence. -worlds recognition -Meaning of his movies to the soviet people -The use and popularity of his works in nowadays

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