By Tony White
The Animator's Workbook bargains a whole direction at the rules and methods of drawn animation. Stressing that animation is a refined and exacting paintings shape which breathes existence into inanimate drawings, Tony White, an award-winning animator, covers each point of the method. He offers technical info and explains in easy-to-follow textual content and step by step illustrations, tips on how to seize circulate, expression, and emotion. He exhibits you ways to convncingly animate birds and animals and explores lighting tricks - wind, water, fireplace, and strong gadgets - which can upload realism, drama, and surroundings to animation.
This publication takes the secret out of the animation approach and gives sound, trustworthy counsel and data. subject matters include:
The strategy of Animation
The Animator's Toolkit
The Animal Kingdom
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