Saturday, 20 February 2016

Perspectives in Animation





Here are a few examples I have looked at in animations where perspectives are used!

 This example in Spongebob Squarepants shows a one point perspective as all the lines are vanishing into a single point in the scene. This is used effectively to create a clear depth in the images as the first character appears much closer than the two guards at the other side of the scene.





Here a three point perspective is used in The Simpsons as the illusion of a very low angle is needed. The third vanishing point for this image will be above the objects and it is used very cleverly to create a 3D space while still keeping everything in the correct proportions.







Finally, in Ed, Edd and Eddy this is an example of a two point perspective as you can see it looks as though the characters are to one side of the building behind them and we can clearly see the corner. The vanishing points for this scene will be completely out of the image, but if you following the lines of the building it's clear where they are.

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