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The Animation of Poetry—Exploring the Application of "Poetic Association in Thinking Process" During Creating Hand-drawn Experimental Animation
This research applies the “poetic thought” process to the play writing and the visual expressions in experimental animation. Intermedia intertextuality was often seen between the text of poetry and the text of images. The nature of animation is closely related to poetry. For example, the poetic animation has—strong subjectivity from the author’s personal style, image which has its unique imagery, image symbols in Symbolism, and the surrealistic techniques. All of these are the same with the characteristic of poetry. The relationships among poetry, the poetic sentiment, and the animation are as follow: "Poetry," the dominant component of the script, expresses the subjective thinking of the animation creator; "the image (frame content)" is the work of the animation creator; "the poetic sentiment" is the visual feeling and the aesthetic psychology of the audience.Since animation is a big combination of different artistic domains, and there is high degree of freedom in how to apply techniques and materials, any idea could be put into practice. Therefore, we should emphasize the creativity and the aesthetic value in the content of animation. Poetry is related to thinking in nature, and is the power source for creators to express their thoughts and to create. While referring to the intertextuality phenomenon between animation and poetry, we should ground in the essence of poetic language. Therefore, the author applied "the Associative Tree", which was proposed by the poet Bai-Ling, as the "poetic thinking" method during the process of play writing and creative performance. Through the special characteristics of the poetic language, the author transformed the abstract human mood into concrete image and then the script of the poem. Moreover, the author used both realistic and abstract visual element in the animation, and united the highly painterly hand-drawn animation with personal sensitive style to visualize the poetic script, making every effort to unfold experimental animation in the artistic way.
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