Animation Tips and Tricks for Windows and Mac

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Peachpit Press, Jan 1, 1997 - Computers - 143 pages
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Animation and 3D Modeling on the Mac introduced novice animators to basic principles of creating 3D objects and using them within animated scenes. The same authors go to the next step, in Animation Tips and Tricks for Windows and Macintosh, leading the user to more advanced animation techniques and expanding coverage to include Windows programs. A CD-ROM containing software demos and sample files is part of the new package.Most effects and pizazz in animation are derived from creativity in using the tools at hand, not from expensive software packages. Animation Tips and Tricks for Windows and Macintosh shows graphic artists how they can produce professional-looking animations using programs they already own. The book's step-by-step procedures cover techniques for working in Photoshop, Kai's Power Tools, Poser, Extreme 3D, and Infini-D, as well as high-end software such as Electric Image, 3D Studio Max, LightWave, Premiere, After Effects, and Strata Studio Pro.

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Animation tips and tricks, for Windows and Mac

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This is a great book on doing animation on both Macs and Windows machines. The Foleys take up where their last book, Animation & 3D Modeling on the Macintosh (Peachpit, 1995), left off, and this might ... Read full review

Contents

using kpts seanless ueloer
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using glou naps as fake lights 86
builoing shapes to textures 9?
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About the author (1997)

Don and Melora Foley are a husband and wife team from Vienna, Virginia.

Melora is currently a freelance writer, editor, and 3D animation artist. She has worked for The Tampa Tribune as a staff writer, headed a corporate public relations department, and edited books.

The couple, both University of Florida alumni, collaborate on many freelance projects. They have two daughters and one deranged cat. In whatever spare time the family can find, they enjoy tinkering in the yard or sailing on the Chesapeake Bay.

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