1919: How the Rotoscope changed animation forever
by One Hundred Years of Cinema
In 1919 Max Fletcher released his first cartoon Out of the Inkwell. In this video, One Hundred Years of Cinema explains how the cartoon introduced the invention of the rotoscope, which allowed animators to capture the real life movement and emotions and changed animation for ever.
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