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The process of creating a creature or an object, be it mechanically or magically.
Examples of Creation Sequence include:
- Ghost in the Shell starts with the sequence of Kusanagi's cyborg body being assembled and covered with synthetic skin.
- Usagi Yojimbo had a kite festival story that began with a description of traditional Japanese kite-making. Another story began with a detailed description of the steps needed to hammer and forge a katana.
Film - Animation
- The Coraline doll in the opening of Coraline is more of a destruction and re-creation sequence.
- The creation of Rodney Copperbottom at the start of Robots, which kinda borders into Does This Remind You of Anything?.
Film - Live Action
- The Man Who Knew Too Little begins with a sequence showing the bomb being created and planted inside the Russian nesting doll.
- The movie The Lord of the Rings opens with the forging of the One Ring. Also the scene where the Narsil is being reforged.
- The Iron Man films have countless forging and manufacturing scenes.
- Small Soldiers opens with the making of the military AI chips due to be installed in the toys.
- The chocolate bars in the opening sequence of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
- Lord of War comes to mind - it starts out following the construction and packaging of a bullet, and then moves on to follow the bullet as it's bought and sold, loaded and readied, and finally fired into the head of some poor African kid.
- Short Circuit: The Opening credits show the creation of one of the SAINT model robots. The music gets also more elaborate while more and more parts of the robot come together.
- The second Bill and Ted movie has Station assembling the Good Robot Usses in the back of a moving van.
- The Wheel of Time: Perrin forges several simple tools in The Dragon Reborn, when he comes across a smithy. He is invited to stay on.
- Danger UXB begins with an intro whose video is entirely Stock Footage, ostensibly from the Second World War. The first few seconds depict the manufacturing of German bombs.
- Bionicle: the formation of the Toa Kaita, which also a Fusion Dance.
- The creation of the Disk of Time and then the Mask of Time by Vakama.
- Hero Factory TV spots, as well as some episodes of the toyline's Animated Adaptation, also use this.
- Most RTS games show your buildings being created with Ridiculously-Fast Construction.
- Pokémon Heart Gold and Soul Silver: Arceus performs one in creating Palkia, Dialga, or Giratina, showing real-world photos in the process. Link.
- The Starcraft II preview released by Blizzard managed to make the creation of one of the weakest units in the game almost unbearably epic. Can be found here if you haven't seen it.
- The trailers for Portal 2's co-operative mode show the player characters, Atlas and P-body, being assembled.
- Samurai Jack: in "Jack's Sandals", after going through many different types of shoes, Jack finds a Japanese mechanic who makes him new wooden sandals, starting with some measurements, a block of wood, and such.
- The episode that focuses on his dad's battle with Aku has the creation of the sword by the gods.
- The Simpsons have done this many times. Playing it straight and for laughs simultaneously, whether Homer is helping Bart build a soapbox racer or making Lisa's costume for a school function.
- The construction of the Dinobots in The Transformers.
- Happens on almost every episode of Phineas and Ferb.
- The opening theme to Word World actually involved Dog creating all the characters in the show! Spell Dog backwards and you get...
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