Animation art: from pencil to pixel, the history of cartoon, animé & CGI
Flame Tree, 2004 - Performing Arts - 382 pages
This large format, comprehensive, high quality encyclopedic art book covers the history of animation throughout the world, focusing heavily on the creative engines of Disney, Warner and now the new, small production CGI houses. The astonishing success of Finding Nemo and Shrek have brought animated films into the mainstream and highlighted an immense enthusiasm for the techniques and methods of the world’s greatest animators.
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Early Studios Their Stars
George Studdy Bonzo
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