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His writing style is very easy to understand and so inspirational.
When I feel my energy and ambition start to flag a bit, opening up Scott's book and reading a couple of pages is a great way to get the fires burning again.
Jeffrey takes the reader through the process of writing for the animation industry.
Book is very easy to follow, interpret, and implement. A great book for a beginner. The book is easily read at a slow place.Published 10 months ago by Barbara L. Cook
Very useful for any who wish to embark on their own in writing stories to animate and catching the interest of the target group.Published 11 months ago by Lover of Truth
The book arrived in really great shape, and was what I expected. It took quite a while to get here.Published 17 months ago by S. Kilpatrick
This title is very informative. From actually writing the script, to the proper layout, to writing with intent, I learned a lot. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Voodoospazm
I'm not saying it's a bad book. On the contrary. It's very good.
But you have to know what you are buying. Read more
I'm in the process of writing a proposal for a new animated series and though familiar with writing in general have no experience in animation. Read morePublished on March 8, 2007 by E. D. Smith
I didn't know who he was before buying the book but you bet I learned who he is and what he's done. Great person to read and learn from. Read morePublished on January 20, 2007 by Arturo Toledo
I am a published comic book writer developing an idea for an animated series and have been thoroughly impressed with `How to Write for Animation'. Read morePublished on April 11, 2006 by Shawn S.