In short, no. Although he did patent an invention which would change the face of the industry - arguably more so than any other in the thousand years before its advent.
Animation has been around for thousands of years, in the form of flip books or other mechanisms that spin a reel (or drum) of sequential images to produce the illusion of movement. The earliest solid example of either type comes from a Zoetrope-type device traced back to China in the 2nd Century AD. Animation as projected from a film has itself been around since the late 1800s.
Disney Gets His Start...
got his start using common animation techniques available in the early 1900s - including the pioneering use of Cinephone (sound-on-film) process to create the famous Steamboat Willie cartoon of 1928.
...Then Sparks a Revolution
Then, in 1936, Walt patented the Art of Animation- using the Multiplane Camera in a way that allowed animators to reuse backgrounds and other unchanged portions of an animated film. Not only did this drastically cut the time needed to produce and animate the movie itself, it also helped improve the overall quality of the completed film. This method also helped create the illusion of depth as some portions of the scene would appear to move faster than others (or stand still, in some cases).
A year later, Disney released "and the Seven Dwarfs," not only the first feature-length animated film, but also the first to take full advantage of the Multiplane Camera. Indeed, the film may never have been such a success without this invention.
Disney may not have "invented animation," but his techniques and the pioneering use Multiplane Camera certainly boosted the art into the mainstream. The technique would be used widely by Disney and other animators alike for another 50 years until the rise of computer animation in the 80s and 90s prompted its decline.
Walt Disney Animation Studios was created in 1934.
Walt Disney Animation France was created in 1989.
Walt Disney Animation Japan ended in 2004.
Walt Disney Animation Japan was created in 1989.
Surely Walter Elias Disney didn't invent animation. He was only a genious with it. And he did it because he was good at it, and he loved it.
No. Walt Disney Pictures & Walt Disney Animation Studios
Walt Disney Feature Animation (now known as Walt Disney Animation Studios)
Cartoon and computer animatied
No. In 1911, Winsor McCay made the first 2 minute color animated short.
Walt Disney Animation Studios was founded in 1923. The studio has released 54 movies since it's conception.
walt disney invnted over...... -500
snow wight and the 7 dwarfs was the first Walt Disney film made
Walt Disney was an animator whose profession was in animation .
No. Disney Channel was invented in 1983. Walt died in 1966.
Walt Disney made the first animation film but not the first amusment park
Because Walt Disney himself was an animator, and loved animating.
Oswald the Lucky Rabbit was the first full length animation character produced by Walt Disney.
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was actually the seventh feature length animated film. However, Walt Disney was the first to use cel animation and it was the first produced in the United States.
The creater of the Disney company, animation, parks, ext...
Yes, TriStar Pictures can be owned by Walt Disney Pictures , by Walt Disney Animation Studios, and by DisneyNature.
Yes , was produced by Pixar Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures .
Walt Disney is famous for creating Mickey Mouse, making technological advances in animation, and for creating theme parks such as Disneyland and Walt Disney World.
The Walt Disney Company paid $7.4 billion dollars for Pixar Animation Studios.
Disney has been known to make traditional animation techniques. The earliest animation was created by Walt Disney himself, and Disney continues to create more movies with great animation.
I don't think so, Disney Television Animation is being re-branded as "Walt Disney Television Animation" in early 2016.