The Animation Bible: A Guide to Everything - from Flipbooks to Flash

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Laurence King, 2008 - Animated films - 340 pages
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Animation authority Maureen Furniss covers every aspect of production, from finding a concept, choosing a medium, and creating characters all the way to getting the end result screened and distributed. In addition to traditional cel animation, Furniss also examines direct filmmaking, stop-motion animation, and Flash, as well as early motion devices and toys that produce animated images, all with case studies illustrating the successes and difficulties experienced by professional animators. Furniss goes beyond the image on the screen, discussing visual storytelling, sound design, and how to schedule, budget, and pitch an animated film. --

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Contents

Preface
7
Concept Medium
31
Storytelling Strategies
37
Copyright

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