Animation and visual effects are leading disciplines for creating high-fidelity imagery that would otherwise be impossible to film or physically replicate in motion. A continually evolving art form founded upon a rich history of pre-digital traditions, it is theoretically possible to visually represent any concept with a capacity to enrich communication, increase focus, knowledge, empathy, impact, conceptual development and connectivity in ways not yet imagined. This article presents a personal account of how visual effects theory is interdependent with practical application and explores how the art and technology can be applied to interdisciplinary fields that have non-traditional creative perspectives on visualisation and activities in visual narratives/storytelling.
|Number of pages||18|
|Publication status||Published - Dec 2019|