Jul 21, 2020
In the 30s and the 40s, Disney movies had artists and animators manually working on sketches and colouring. Drawings were redrawn with every changing movement, with originally created colours mixed and put on the animated characters, creating authentic effects.
Some movies, like Sleeping Beauty, required nearly a million drawings, followed by a tedious colouring process.
Nefertiti is a most recognised figure from ancient Egypt thanks to the 1912 discovery of her remarkable bust.
"By the ’80s, he [Prince Philip] had written nine books. He was the first person in the royal family to use television. He did a television documentary. He persuaded the Queen in 1957 to televise her annual Christmas message. And he even taught her how to use a teleprompter. He was the first member of the royal family to use a computer … He picked up the phone, but also wrote all his own emails. He wrote his speeches. He was a man of searching intellect, great curiosity."
Before the Apollo mission research, there were three theories about how the Moon formed.
Today, the giant-impact theory is widely accepted. It proposes that Earth and a small planet collided. The debris from this impact collected in orbit around Earth to form the Moon.
Fashion trends vary all over the world. People often look out of their geographic area to trend-source for a unique newness.
Trends from fashion capitals of the world - New York City, Paris, Milan, and London - are seen through a different set of eyes that enable fashion lovers to bring something new to their world.
For centuries, people had read politicians' words. On Nov. 2, 1920, the first broadcast from a licensed radio station was broadcasting the results of that year's presidential election.
Radio made it possible to listen to politicians in real-time. It meant that personalities started to matter more; the way their voices sounded made a difference. Their ability to engage and entertain became crucial components.
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