volume 2, issue 2, P111-127 2007
DOI: 10.1177/1746847707078273
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Abstract: In this article, the author considers the experimental animations of Jeff Scher in relation to the current obsessive quest for a total 'reality effect' in much contemporary commercial computer animation. While Scher does not use a computer to create his works, he does extensively use a rotoscope, a device with a long and complex connection with the construction of illusionistic effects in animation. The author discusses Scher's unusual appropriation of rotoscoping techniques, his links with certain historical…

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