Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Cute And Funny Japanese Animation

Japanese animation has a long history of animation, that in fact, it dates back to the early animated cartoons. It was even considered that Japanese animation may actually precede the animated cartoon american. Unfortunately, many of which are unknown by large Japanese Animation. Inventors can not be translated at the artist responsible for the great discovery and they also can not accurately date the exact age of the film. However, it is speculated that the film may be dated circa 1907, which will precede the first Japanese animation to ten years and the first American animated cartoon to seven years.

But even without the discovery of the Kyoto movies, Japanese anime still has a long history. In January 1917 the first five minutes of short anime public played and created by Oten Shimokawa, Mukuzo Imokawa the Doorman (Imokawa Mukuzo Genkanban no Maki). To produce Japanese anime Mukuzo Imokawa the Doorman, Oten Shimokawa using the same techniques used in the first phase Humorous animated short called Funny Faces.

One of the most incredible anime movie in two decades is the Pope (Kujira) in 1927 as the first anime to feature sound. Pope (Kujira) anime feature just a simple silhouette, animated to move in time with the William Tell Overture instrumental songs. But none the less, Japanese animation has a long history back as far as the overall evolving history of animation. And while many of the now forgotten anime animation, Japanese anime still continued to create and re-inventing a new style of animation to audiences around the world.

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