Tuesday, 16 February 2010

Sequences in films.....Research *Walt Disney's Fantasia (The Sorcerer's Apprentice)*

A classic animation from disney, I immeadiatly thought of this when it came to possible storyboard effects, montages in particular, especially in animation, and within this piece there seems to be a comprimise between both cute, and dark scenery which works, as well as it's fantastic use of montages....



For it's time its clear that the use of technique in the animation was certainly effective, as well as the edditing, which directly compliments the orchestrated score for the soundtrack, using primarilys clashes of symbols to represent waves of noise and natural elements, at the same time hints of destruction, that asise, from 3:50 the clever use of overlaying montages to portray a sense of despair, which I find really effective, alongside capturing the dark esscence of the sounds.....in particular how it employs these aesthetics in such a short space of time, really helps when thinking about storyboarding a 1 Minuite Sequence....

It goes without saying that this is quite literally a definitve piece of animation in terms of it's time, and style and definitley a must watch...

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