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The Evolution of Animation

Animation’s earliest known examples date back to the 1830s, and every year since then the art has evolved. The Solomon Society put together this wonderful reel, which compiles some of the major milestones in bringing sequential images to life – from line drawings to CGI blockbusters.
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