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January 5, 2012


The Simpsons.

As technology advances, animations are becoming more and more realistic which in turn helps the believability. However, classic animations such as “The Simpsons” is a good example of believability in animation as these yellow people who never age with blue hair etc. appear to be an average family. There are many situations because it is not real that can be exaggerated and pushed to their limits yet the audience can still allow themselves to watch this and accept what happens.

This particular example plays fully on reality therefore is completely believable to the audience as they realise that “Mapple” is in fact representing “Apple”. This is completely different to this other example in which Homer gives his soul to the devil because of eating a donut which can be read in numerous ways but still is a good example of believability.

Winnie the Pooh

Winnie the Pooh is an ultimate classic that many of us have grown up with and loved. It is a prime example of believability and plays on a childs imagination all within a book, yet for the 22 minutes or 120 minutes it is on the audience can totally believe that this bear and friends are real. I think it is a great example of believability.


From → 2D Animation

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