This book contains Bill Plympton's infamous lists, and is indeed telling you how to do what the title proclaims.
Beginner, Pro, or anywhere in between; this book is a fantastic resource for information that is both useful and inspirational to the animated filmmaker.
Here is a book that tells it like it is: from the opening story of his deal with the devil, to his personal stories of struggling to make it.
I just recently became interested in creating my own animated film and I found this book to be very helpful as far as all the different things that I have to take into account.Published 17 months ago by James Weston Pittman
I like Bill Plympton's films, and his animation style. I thought this book would reveal the secrets to being a successful animator. Read morePublished 22 months ago by AZ Animators