There are a lot of books about animating and recently I read three that deserve to be on every animator’s bookshelf. They are enjoyable to read and full of excellent tips and information for novice and professional animators alike. Two of them, Independent Animation - Developing, Producing, and Distributing Your Animated Fim and Acting for Animators are updated versions of previously published books, proving their popularity.
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It’s time to think about Christmas again and even if we can’t be with our family and loved ones, we can send them special presents
On Animation: The Director’s Perspective features face to face in-depth interviews by Bill Kroyer and Tom Sito with such prominent directors as Nick Park, Pete Doctor, Brad Bird and Brenda Chapman.
Christmas is fast approaching so if you are looking for that perfect gift for the independent animator in your life or you feel like you deserve a treat, than look no further than Ben Mitchell’s new book INDEPENDENT ANIMATION Developing, Producing, and Distributing Your Animated Films.
After 7 years of extensive research Giannalberto Bendazzi’s long awaited three volume set of Animation A World History is finally here! More than just a continuation of his 1994 ground breaking Cartoons, these three volumes thoroughly cover the history of every phase of animation over the last three centuries.
Scratch, Crackle & Pop: A whole grains approach to making films without a camera
by Steven Woloshen; 106 Pages published by Scratchatopia Books