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A Study on Non-Verbal Expressions for the Realization of Narrative Visualization -Focusing on a 3D Cat Character, "Puss"
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A Study on Non-Verbal Expressions for the Realization of Narrative Visualization -Focusing on a 3D Cat Character, "Puss"
Lee, Young-Suk; Kim, Sang-Nam;
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 Abstract
In animated films, characters materialize narratives through acting. The narrative is an element to materialize accurate delivery of lines and emotions. The non-verbal actions should express lots of emotions and lines in scenes, and also they can be used as a way of empathy. This study analyzed the visualization factors of narrative focusing on a cat character frequently shown in animated films. For this, the visualization factors of non-verbal actions expressed in characters` personal space and dynamic space were extracted. Based on this, it aims to suggest the emotion expressing method of characters to realize effective narrative visualization. In the future, it aims to be used as reference data in case when producing non-verbal communication for 3D characters.
 Keywords
Non-Verbal Expressions;Narrative;Visualization;
 Language
Korean
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