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Get Animated!: Creating Professional Cartoon Animation On your Home Computer Paperback – March 31, 2009
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Top Customer Reviews
Tim Maloney, professional animator, takes readers who are basicaly familiar with computer animation from concept to completion. His vast experience shines through in his treatments of writing, storyboarding, recording, layout, character design, timing, animation, editing, desing, and finishing.
This is so cool, as his text follows the steps clearly. The bonus DVD gives links to animation programs and helpful examples.
Perfect for the budding animator.
speaks to the young people of the new Millenium.
Maloney's art work is in keeping with the current trend, which
I have difficulty describing. I will say this:
The characters are minimal, possibly with the IDEA
that you, the viewer, probably could draw like this too.
Having said that, the book covers some basics, but I do
not recommend it.
Go with the classics, people who were animating with expressive
characters and emotion. Tony White, and Richard William's books
are far more expressive and instructive. Look for others too.
you want. Very use reference book. Get Walter Foster's
Animation 1 book to go with it!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Unique, inspiring book in my animation library, that offers much in the way of resources and information for all levels of animators! Read morePublished 15 months ago by Stephanie Gwyn Brown
If you want to learn some important things about animation, get this book! I bumped into it by chance and learned alot from it.Published on October 14, 2013 by Peter Berkowitz
I love it. It's really helped me with my animation classes! You learn alot about time syncing lips and after effects...Published on October 8, 2013 by Darren W. Frydendall
As with many animation books this one is written in sort of a airy manner and not well connected. If you read this book, and think it will be helpful, will I hope you got it as a... Read morePublished on November 21, 2011 by S. Stokes