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Popular subjects for mechanical slides included the sails of a windmill turning, a procession of figures, a drinking man lowering and raising his glass to his mouth, a head with moving eyes, a nose growing very long, rats jumping in the mouth of a sleeping man.
A more complex 19th century rackwork slide showed the then known eight planets and their satellites orbiting around the sun.
The shapes of the puppets sometimes include translucent color or other types of detailing.
The history of shadow puppetry is uncertain, but seems to have originated in Asia, possibly in the 1st millennium BCE. It later spread to the Ottoman empire and seems not to have reached Europe before the 17th century.
There are several examples of early sequential images that may seem similar to series of animation drawings.
Most of these examples would only allow an extremely low frame rate when they are animated, resulting in short and crude animations that are not very lifelike.
The sequence shows multiple angles of the figure as it rotates and the arm extends.
Because the drawings show only small changes from one image to the next, together they imply the movement of a single figure.
Some versions added extra motion with jointed heads, feet or hands of figures triggered by a transversely connected iron wire.It is sometimes argued that these early sequential images are too easily interpreted as "pre-cinema" by minds accustomed to film, comic books and other modern sequential images, while it is uncertain that the creators of these images envisioned anything like it.Early examples of attempts to capture the phenomenon of motion into a still drawing can be found in paleolithic cave paintings, where animals are often depicted with multiple legs in superimposed positions.The history of animation started long before the development of cinematography.Humans have probably attempted to depict motion as far back as the paleolithic period.
The medieval codex Sigenot (circa 1470) has sequential illuminations with relatively short intervals between different phases of action.