Frame animation non- interactive animation rectangular shape, Computer Graphics

Frame animation non- interactive animation rectangular shape (Cartoon movies)

It is an "internal" animation method, which is, it is animation within a rectangular frame. This is as same to cartoon movies: a series of frames which follow each other at a fast rate, fast sufficient to convey fluent motion. This is typically non- interactive and pre-compiled. The frame is classically rectangular and non-transparent. Frame animation along with transparency information is also considered like "cel" animation. In traditional animation, a cel is a sheet of transparent acetate on that a particular object or character is drawn.

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