Digital Character Development: Theory and Practice, Second Edition

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CRC Press, Oct 7, 2015 - Computers - 332 pages
Digital characters are a driving force in the entertainment industry today. Every animated film and video game production spends a large percentage of its resources and time on advancing the quality of the digital characters inhabiting the world being created. This book presents the theory and practice behind the creation of digital characters for
 

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Contents

Character Technology
53
Animation Technology
197
Conclusions
271
References
289
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About the author (2015)

Rob O'Neill is a Character Technical Director Supervisor at DreamWorks Animation. Prior to joining DreamWorks, he was an Assistant Professor at Pratt Institute where he was Director of the Digital Arts Research Lab, and a founding partner of Kickstand Animation.

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