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From 28 October to March Reynaud gave over 12, shows to a total of over His Pantomimes Lumineuses series of animated films each contained to frames that were manipulated back and forth to last 10 to 15 minutes per film. A background scene was projected separately.
Piano music, song and some dialogue were performed live, while some sound effects were synchronized with an electromagnet. The first program included three cartoons: Pauvre Pierrot created inUn bon bock created innow lostand Le Clown et ses History of animation created innow lost. Standard picture film[ edit ] Despite the success of Reynaud's films it took some time before animation was adapted in the film industry that came about after the introduction of Lumiere's Cinematograph in The dating of earlier films with animation is contested, while other films that may have used stop motion or other animation techniques are lost and can't be checked.
Soon other toy manufacturers, including Ernst Plank and Georges Carette, sold similar devices.
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Around the same time the French company Lapierre marketed a similar projector. The toy cinematographs were basically magic lanterns with one or two small spools that used standard "Edison perforation" 35mm film. These projectors were intended for the same type of "home entertainment" toy market that most of these manufacturers already provided with praxinoscopes and toy magic lanterns.
Apart from relatively expensive live-action films, the manufacturers produced many cheaper films by printing lithographed drawings. These animations were probably made in black-and-white from around orbut at the latest by they were made in color. The pictures were often traced from live-action films much like the later rotoscoping technique.
These very short films depicted a simple repetitive action and were created to be projected as a loop - playing endlessly with the film ends put together. The lithograph process and the loop format follow the tradition that was set by the zoetrope and praxinoscope.
Stuart Blackton[ edit ] J. Stuart Blackton was an Anglo-American filmmaker, co-founder of the Vitagraph Studios and one of the first to use animation in his films. The Enchanted Drawing by is considered to be the first film recorded on standard picture film that included some sequences that are sometimes regarded as animation.
It shows Blackton doing some "lightning sketches" of a face, cigars, a bottle of wine and a glass. The face changes expression when Blackton pours some wine into the face's mouth and takes his cigar.
The technique used in this film was basically the substitution splice: Blackton had possibly used the same technique in a lost lightning sketch film. Stuart Blacktonconsidered the first animated film Blackton's film Humorous Phases of Funny Faces is often regarded as the oldest known drawn animation on standard film.
It features a sequence made with blackboard drawings that are changed between frames to show two faces changing expressions and some billowing cigar smoke, as well as two sequences that feature cutout animation. Blackton's The Haunted Hotel featured a combination of live-action with practical special effects and stop-motion animation of objects, a puppet and a model of the haunted hotel.Founded in , Animation Journal was the first peer-reviewed scholarly journal devoted to animation history and theory.
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