To register. Why to register? Forgotten password! Article metrics. Nonverbal communication in animated films: Kinesthetic and proxemic signals. The aim of this paper is to show the significance of nonverbal communication knowledge by production of animated films.
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To register. Why to register? Forgotten password! Article metrics. Nonverbal communication in animated films: Kinesthetic and proxemic signals. The aim of this paper is to show the significance of nonverbal communication knowledge by production of animated films. Special attention was dedicated to kinesthetic signs which have been explained and shown at illustrations through different processes of animation.
Proxemic aspect of nonverbal communication has been also explained from the point of camera use which manipulates positions and distances between the actors and audience. This is presented by drawings, too. Finally, it has been shown to what extent nonverbal communication is related to the characterization of animated heroes.
All these differences have been pointed out with the discussion about signs mentioned in the fictional world. Keywords animated films ; nonverbal communication ; kinesthetic signs; proxemic signs; characterization.
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