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Integrating Traditional and Computer Generated Animation
 
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Michelle Meeker
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The Use of Spryticle in the Visual Effects for "The Road to El Dorado"
Three-dimensional use of 2D drawn-water effects animation played back in 3D space on digital cards triggered and driven by 3D particle systems to achieve complex environmental effects.
 
Jennifer Cohen
DreamWorks Animation
1000 Flower Street
Glendale, California 91201 USA
jcohen@dreamworks.com


The Use of Traditional and 2D CG Effects as to Create the Magic in "The Road to El Dorado"
Using 2D traditional effects with innovative 2D CG techniques for a more highly stylized graphic look for "The Road to El Dorado."
 
Jennifer Cohen
DreamWorks Animation
1000 Flower Street
Glendale, California 91201 USA
jcohen@dreamworks.com


TimingChart: Timing Animation via Traditional Methods
Computer animators can use the traditional animation timing chart to specify animation timing, greatly reducing and often eliminating the need to use graph editors and dope sheets.
 
Michael Blum
Walt Disney Feature Animation
500 South Buena Vista Street
Burbank, California 91521-8934 USA
mike.blum@disney.com

Snap To It! Automatic 3D Object and Silhouette Registration
A technique for automating the monotonous task of registering 3D to traditional cel animation. The process is motivated by today's production environment, which demands the best of both worlds.
 
Galen Gornowicz
DreamWorks Animation
1000 Flower Street
Glendale, California 91201 USA
ggornowicz@dreamworks.com

 

 

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