Who doesn't love watching cartoons? An all time favorite among kids, cartoons amuse adults too. What we actually love about cartoons are the breathtaking three dimensional environments where some of your favorite cartoon characters reside. They walk, talk and think just as we humans do! But most views actually do not know that the trick that plays at the background of this virtual world is specialized multimedia software. So, this time I am going to compile together two of my favorite animated movies where graphics did the most part of the work.
Batman: Mask of the Phantasm
Batman has been the superhero of many of us since out childhood. Thus, this animated movie that was released in 1993 is a tribute to Batman. It made our all time favorite Batman come alive! Kevin Conroy gave the much needed human voice to the superhero. Bruce Timm and Eric Rodamsky managed the clap stick together and direct this animated masterpiece. A group of four talented writers, Paul Dini, Alan Burnett, Martin Pasko and Michael Reaves wrote the script. Most importantly, the virtual world of Batman was given life by graphics and multimedia applications like render farm software.
Although the decision to release the animated film in big theaters witnessed an average success, a later release of the movie in VHS and DVD formats was mega hit! The film received great appreciations and acclamations for acting, script, and most importantly the excellent animation that made an animated Batman act as excellently as any top class Hollywood hero!
Who doesn't remember the jolly and talking fish Nemo swimming merrily in the water? This animated American comic drama was released during 2003 and became an instant hit. Directed by Andrew Stanton, this Walt Disney production is a heart rendering plot that centers on a tiny fish called Nemo.
Nemo was the youngest and most loved son of a Clown Fish Marlin who survived the attack of a deadly oceanic predator. Unfortunately, his family members succumbed to the brutal attacks of the predating creature. An accidental separation of Marlin and Nemo and reunion is that basic storyline of Finding Nemo. However, in spite of a melancholic mood of separation the beauty of underwater world, cheerfulness of Nemo and human-like attitude of the different creatures impressed the audience.
It was also rewarded with the prestigious Academy Award for Best Animated Feature. It even became the highest profit making movie of 2003. Now I feel that it is important to mention that most of the appreciations that the movie received belongs to its praiseworthy graphics and three dimensional modeling. So, it is an unspoken fact that the best quality multimedia software of the industry had been used for the purpose.