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Animation Origins

There have been early images expressing “motion” since Prehistoric cave paintings, where the animals will have multiple ghostly legs to give a sense of the creature’s limbs in motion while running, or multiple ghostly heads as if it were moving … Continue reading

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Pictographs and Cuneiform Script

We have a “natural” language, which is crying out in pain from an injury or laughing with joy. We might use hand gestures to communicate to one another (everyone’s done it in their lifetime, when trying to quietly “talk” to … Continue reading

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The Birth of Symbolic Language

Humans have been around for millions and millions of years, but it’s only been a small slice of our history were we’ve actually been able to communicate with one another. Early humans  lacked natural physical features for protection (such as … Continue reading

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