The History of 3D animation (Post Two Early Animation)

Animation Is a way of telling the viewer a story though images, that would mean to animate you would need a set of images telling a story. The first images shown to do this were from the Aurignican Period  so what 32,000 years ago on  the inner side of cave walls. The actual Purpose of the painting is unknown they may have been use for religious purposes, decorative purposes, or comunicatine with others.

Although the images are not what is seen to day as animation it is the very basses that animation is created from, these images may not create the illusion of movement  by if you follow them they do tell a story. It will be many of thousands of years before modern day animation is created.

(Cave Paintings and the Human Spirit: The Origin of Creativity and Belief) David S. Whitley

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