Monday, 8 February 2010

Theatrical exaggeration

Here is an example of theatrical exaggeration applied to one of the 3D (To be more precise stopmotion) animations we had to make for one of our group projects. In this animation, you can see the stickfa giving a powerful kick to a fish with its foot underwater, in real life it is very difficult for somebody to kick this powerfully underwater. Because of the water pressure, our movements speed and effectiveness are restricted. Also the fish wouldn't have been flying this fast in the water neither been rotating that way.So we can say that a theatrical exaggeration was applied to this scene.

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