Cartoon Animation

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In a book to be treasured by cartoonists and animation and film buffs alike, a master of the craft demonstrates the fundamentals of drawing for the screen, offering tips on two- and four-legged figure construction, body and facial movements, and realistic dialogue, and illustrating concepts such as speed, impact, weight, and recoil. Color photos and line drawings.

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Mark S

Nov 4, 2014

A Clear Guide to Animation

I bought this to replace the same book purchased years before. That was a large-format book. The new copy I just bought is smaller in format, thicker and the illustrations are larger and clearer. I am very pleased with the format change, and so is the person who got the book as a gift. It also explains, from long before animation, why the dinosaurs in Jurassic Park appear to be weightless.

Sheila M

Aug 15, 2011

An excellent book

This book lays out in detail the steps to learning how to create figures for animation. It has an excellent gradient and makes it easy to learn - even if you, like me, are not a gr eat artist.

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