Animation is a powerful tool for communication. This book reveals key principles, useful for both professional and beginner animators, which will help them harness the full power of this exciting and ever expanding medium.
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TITLES AND CrEDITS
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101 Dalmatians abstract and non-narrative actually ADvANCED Analogy as Foundation animated characters Animation Unleashed animation’s audience background BASIC beat Besen body map Bryce Hallett Bugs Bunny camera angles camera moves caricature cartoon Chairy Tale character design character’s characteristics communication contrast Cruella dialogue Disney’s Dumbo elements emotion essential exaggeration example expression extreme fact fantasy Finding Nemo frame full animation Gerald McBoing Boing gestures idea interaction Keep in mind kind limited animation lip synch literally live action look means mood narration nature non-human characters object characters Off-Screen Sound performance pose to pose potential production read clearly realistic animation reality Rhythm Structure role rotoscoping rule Breaker screen sequence shadows shift shot sound effects special effects specific speed lines story storyboard storytelling straight-ahead style stylized animation synchronization titles and credits tornado Toy Story traits Triplets of Belleville value-Added Point visual wind words Zoom and Bored