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Big budgets Made by groups Traditional techniques For mainstream audiences Marketing concerns dominate Narrative structure Mimetic Linear Reflect Western tradition/ norms Support dominant beliefs Made by artists from dominant social groups Small budgets Made by individuals

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traditional experimental
Big budgets

Made by groups

Traditional techniques

For mainstream audiences

Marketing concerns dominate

Narrative structure

Mimetic

Linear

Reflect Western tradition/ norms

Support dominant beliefs

Made by artists from dominant social groups

Small budgets

Made by individuals

Non-traditional techniques

Small scale exhibitions

Aesthetic concerns dominate

Non-narrative

Abstract or associational form

Non-linear

Reflect alternative lifestyles

Challenge dominant beliefs

Made by artists from margins

Traditional Experimental
2d modes of animation
2D modes of Animation
  • Cameraless animation
  • Drawing & painting
  • - on paper, cel & glass
  • Cutout & collage
  • Silhouette
  • Under - lit sand
  • Pin-board
  • Strata-cut & wax
  • Photomontage
cameraless animation
Cameraless Animation

Direct on film animation is made by working directly on the

surface of clear, white or black film-leader, or on pieces

of exposed and developed film containing other images.

Techniques include; scratching, drawing, painting, printing,

piercing, stenciling, bleaching…even burning

Len Lye, Norman McLaren, Caroline Leaf, Stan Brakage,

Harry Smith, Barbel Neubauer.

images
--Images

Norman McLaren“Begone Dull Care” (1949)

Two Sisters (1990), by Caroline Leaf

cutout collage
Cutout & Collage

‘Frank Film’(1976) by Frank Mouris

‘Sophie’s Place’ (1987)by Larry Jordan

battle at kerzhenets russia 1971
‘Battle at Kerzhenets’(Russia, 1971)

Ivan-Ivanov-Vano & Yuri Norstein

hedgehog in fog
Hedgehog in Fog

Yuri Norstein

‘The Hedgehog in the Fog’ (Russia,1975)

yuri norstein
Yuri Norstein

‘Tale of Tales’ (Russia, 1979)

silhouette animation
Silhouette Animation

‘Die Abenteuer des Prinzen Achmed’ Lotte Reiniger, (Germany, 1926)

under lit sand
Under-lit Sand

“The Owl who Married a Goose”,(1974)Caroline Leaf

strata cut wax
Strata-cut & wax

David Daniels, “Buzz Box”, (1986)

pin board animation
Pin Board Animation

Front half of cover illustration by Jacques Drouin from the Tribute to Louise Beaudet issue of the ASIFA-Canada magazine (September 1996)

drawing painting
Drawing & Painting

‘The Janitor’ (1993)

by Vanessa Schwartz

‘The Ride to the Abyss’(1992)

by Georges Schwizgebel