School of Animation
Based on the theory of ‘Persistence of Motion’, animation is the rapid display of a sequence of artworks, images or model positions in order to create an illusion of movement.
‘Persistence of Motion’ theory was first put forth by Peter Mark Roget in 1824, which suggests that we continue to see the echo of an image for a brief moment after it goes away. This is why if we view several images in quick succession, our mind believes this to be a continuous movement.
Although technical skills like computer technology and drawing tools play a major role, but still animation is more about believing in your imaginary characters and bringing them to life within a story that move and inspire audiences.