Animation Art The show watched Tom goes to the mayor is the show watched due to its artistic uniqueness and presentable features for analysis.
Brief synopsis of the plot
Tom goes to mayor is a complex, but pretty comic movie that illustrate delusion of the ordinary Americans transformed in ideas and pluck. The movie background setting occupies a small city setting ‘’Jefferton’’ in a two interchanged interstates location. The movie charms are aligned in the theme of songs presented briefly in an opening credit. Tom is the central characters presenting the motif, themes and symbolism of the movie. As Tom tries to work with the mayor, the poorly perceived plan of the cartoon show and the virtual content of every 30 episodes. Sounds, creepy imagination of the characters and the cultural critique and personification are twisted within lunatic characters in each episode (Hardy &.Thomas, P. 56).
Element of design
The lines of the movie are connected two distinctive points expressing the textures, shapes and the divisions of the movies. The entire lines have clear direction, width and length expressing the highest quality of artistic standard representation.
The color of the episodes combination and choices is well designed organizing and emphasizing information, differentiated items and depth creation. The color represented by the episode is well balanced giving unity and contrast of characteristics represented.
Chromatic and achromatic value
The episode chromatic and achromatic value represents body or gesture representations designed in the episodes segmentation of the art making process and comic stimuli.
Representation of 2d and 3d space
The episodes of the Tom goes to the Mayor applies a three-dimensional object fixed with quality mass and volume. The alignment of the episode representation of the 2d and 3d shaping of the episodes create different sizes, alignment and shaping visualizing the typography of the movie episodes. However, the incorporation of the 3d spacing of the episodes create illusions, reduced noise as well as increased readability of the letters represented by the carton chats. The white spaces also provide a strategic layout of the movie (Hardy &.Thomas, P. 23).
Textures and patterns
The patterns and textures have repetitive elements, texture and patterns designed in the episodes strategically to attract as well as deter the viewers’ attentions and perceived feelings. In addition, the objects represented by the episodes are composed of multivariate shapes, area and graphics differencing color and values (Hardy &.Thomas, P. 36).
Real or exaggerated motions
The episodes motion occupies a clear dominance through contrasting and scaling as the elements of the episodes illustrates subordinate and focal points representations. As the motion similarity of the episodes is created, real and exaggerated motions is throughout the episodes. Real motion is used to provide the significance or hierarchy of the episode items. For example, exaggerated sounds, sequential drawings and motional data are used effectively in the episodes providing patterns, color and texture (Hardy &.Thomas, P. 43).
The role of sound and music play
The music and sounds is used to providing a consuming process, scenes and the patterns and texture in addition, it provides cognitive and physiological responses thereby creating a relationship between the elements represented by the animations and the comic represented.
Creative direction or artistic quality of the episode uniqueness
The artistic quality of the Tom goes to the mayor or the creative direction that makes the movie unique is the unity, gestalt, balance as well as the dominance created by the movie’s episodes compared to the episodes conversant. In addition, the lines are represented in sections awhile the shapes of the episodes are designed to create buttons (Hardy &.Thomas, P. 56).
The animation thought to be artistically is the Tom’s graphical appeal, humor and the animated characteristic. For example, compelling Tom by his circumstance and personified confrontation forces in lunatic major. For this reason, the cultural critic in the white spacing and scaling makes the point unique and article (Hardy &.Thomas, P. 62).
Hardy, Thomas. The Mayor of Casterbridge. , 2004.