Monday, 8 March 2010

‘Little Nemo’ is another one of Winsor McCays animations, this was created before ‘Gertie the Dinosaur’, but contains characters from his previous comic strips, which are brought to life through animation. This film has an effective impact on those who view creating pleasant remembrances that cause an attraction between the animation and its viewers. A section of this animation that I thought was very interesting was the fluidity within the animation; the transitions between each frame are so accurate that the animation appears as a natural movement, which makes the film the animation, not only intriguing, but also relative to its viewers.

Overall I think that ‘Little Nemo’ is an outstanding film, which plays dramatically on the surrounding perspective of its characters, successfully alluding us; he makes us believe that the characters are actually moving further and closer away from the screen. This is a great animation, which still projects an excellent sense of artistic and animatic skill.

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