Wednesday, 14 April 2010

Walter Elias Disney

Walter Elias Disney (1901 – 1966) has been described as a ‘multi-talented’ person, who has been involved in professions ranging from producing to voice acting and most importantly his compelling animations, which propelled the developing and practice of modern day motion pictures. The creative initiative that was produced by ‘Walt Disney’ derived from an early age, in which he balanced his ambitions between drawing and photography; which are ideal key elements for animating. Walter Elias Disney’s animations are the most recognized worldwide and project an essence of creative imagination, optimistic visions and morals, which effectively generates emotive responses from those who view his work. Walt Disney was an inquisitive man whose works touched the hearts of its audiences through his characters; one of his most famous iconic creations was ‘Mickey Mouse’, who was included in the earliest of ‘Walt Disney’s’ works.

Modern Mickey Mouse

The first motion picture that ‘Mickey Mouse’ was involved in was ‘Steam Boat Willie (1928), which amazingly synchronised its sound with the animation; effectively combining this motion picture with sound raised the standards of animated cartoons and has set a trend that has been follow till this day.

Steam Boat Willie

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