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How to Draw Animation: Learn the Art of Animation from Character Design to Storyboards and Layouts Paperback – September 1, 1997
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Chris is known for his ability to create cute and dramatic characters, brimming with personality. He focuses on the most contemporary styles, genres, and techniques, in order to give his readers and fans the very latest in art instruction.
He has hosted How-To-Draw episodes for Comcast's Activity TV channel and has been featured on 20 videos for Howcast. His work has been licensed to art kits, board games and sports equipment. In addition to his artwork, Chris wrote original screenplays for 20th Century Fox and other networks and was a staff writer on several NBC prime time comedies.
Chris studied art at the California School of the Arts, Paier School of Art, and the Silvermine School of Art. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from New York University.
Chris loves interacting with his readers. He says, "It's a privilege to be published as a cartoonist. I'm grateful to my readers, who make it happen. So if I can give something back, by offering a little encouragement, answering a question, or giving advice, why wouldn't I?"
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Top Customer Reviews
I constantly refer to this book as a guide for basic animal and human movement, as well as for ideas for character creation. Christopher Hart's characters sparkle with a certain magical quality that is, in my opinion, the hallmark of a truly gifted artist.
I'm pleased to say that I've made tremendous progress in my own work since using this book.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book is weak. Not worth the purchase and the material covered is awfully thin. By no means does it teach you the art of animation. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Gregory D Stevens
I've found this book to be very helpful as a reference but I recommend other books to round this book out such as Preston Blair's Cartoon Animation, Timing for Animation, and... Read morePublished on February 14, 2007 by R. Love
Christopher Hart greatly portrays the art of animation in this wonderful book. It helps begginers understand how to design your characters and what their standouts should be. Read morePublished on July 4, 1999