Computer Animation: From Start to Finish

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Blackbirch Press, 2000 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 31 pages
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Pick up your Special Visitor's Pass and come along for a tour through some of America's most interesting factories in this series.

You'll get a behind-the-scenes look at how familiar items like crayons, sneakers, chocolate, and guitars are made. And you'll have a chance to see and understand the whole manufacturing process--from raw materials through finished product.

As you tour, you'll see how each company has solved special problems and challenges in putting its product together. You'll also appreciate what people can accomplish with good technology and some creative thinking!

By the time you're done, you'll really appreciate just how much work goes into making some of your favorite things! Each volume includes: Glossary For More Information Index

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Woods has authored more than a dozen books for the school library market.

GALE ZUCKER is an award-winning location photographer and avid knitter. Her work has appeared in books, advertising, and magazines. Her portraits and feature stories appear frequently in "Smithsonian," "Newsweek," "Yankee," and the "New York Times Magazine,"
Before becoming an editor of the award-winning "Islands" magazine, which she headed for 13 years, JOAN TAPPER was the founding editor of "National Geographic Traveler," She is the author of "Island Dreams: Caribbean" and "The Most Beautiful Villages and Towns of California" and writes features about people, arts, and culture for a variety of other national publications.

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