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5.0 étoiles sur 5great artist tips11 mars 2002
Par microjoe - Publié sur Amazon.com
If you want to learn to draw the great Warner Brothers characters, this is the book. It is a long book with tons of tips and details, not just someone elses drawings to copy. Shows you haw to create movement and many other animators tips for the aspiring young animator. Both my son and I love taking turns with this book. This is one of the nicest quality books of all the Walter Foster books, it has tons of stuff from Warner Brothers including rare background art. The book is bigger, longer than the others. Also it has higher quality paper and binding than the other titles in the series. Has sections on adding color, mood and affect in backgrounds, and a lot of animator info such as walk cycle, running cycle, storyboards, voice recording, color palletes for each character, model sheets, shortcuts and more. So it is much more a How to Animate book, that the How to Draw books I usually get from this company. The book is getting rare sine it has been out of print for 10 years.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5A really great book for kids who wants to start drawing and animate17 mars 2006
Par Gustavo Forster - Publié sur Amazon.com
This book is really awesome. It has a super-light text and very beautiful drawings and sketches. I just love Looney Tunes since I was a kid.
But be warned: this book is not another Animator's Survival Kit. It is, really, for kids. The coolest thing in the book are the characters charts. Tons of info on how to draw your favorite Looney Tunes characters!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5Great Beginner Guide18 janvier 2006
Par Joshua Bowman - Publié sur Amazon.com
This book is a great resource for learning how to construct not only the Looney Tunes characters but also characters in general, just from simple shapes like circles.
To it's credit the book covers a lot of characters, but skims over everything but the top 3 or 4, even the coyote and roadrunner get a one page model sheet each. The model sheets are great as they show what makes the character unique, but they fail to show the steps in constructing the characters (it'll have a base shape and then the character beside it).
Even though the books skims on these things it's still definitely worth getting, I continually go back and re-read and construct characters from it.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5You want to make cartoons?4 novembre 2006
Par Robert Zraick - Publié sur Amazon.com
Anyone who is a fan of animation knows the Looney Tunes. The Warner Bros. animation department developed and created so many memorable characters and cartoons, which have inspired many in the entertainment business.
This book covers many things in a light hearted and enjoyable way and is well worth having in your personal library. The art of hand drawn cel animation is a dying art, in today's production world of computer animation. But the principles of cel animation are important for any animation artist.
While there are many books which focus on the technical aspects of animation, there are very few which focus on the principles which make it an art. If your want to learn and understand what can make animation great, then you will find some valuable things in this book.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5Looney Goodness31 août 2005
Par Eric J. Reiter - Publié sur Amazon.com
Who better to write a book about Looney Tunes animation than the man responsible for bringing them back to the forefront (though some may debate Space Jam as being one of their less-than-stellar big screen moments...), Tony Cervone? In this book (an oversized, almost poster-book paperback), Tony & friends go through the fundimentals of animating the Looney way - with an emphasis on FUN. The commentary throughout is thoroughly entertaining, and the dredging up of model sheets and production drawings is fascinating!
Almost every "classic" Looney Tune is featured within the book, with tips on personality, various physical traits, and usually an official WB model sheet or two to compliment what's been written. Of course, an emphasis has been placed on Daffy, Bugs & Sylvester, however there are wonderful tips that are able to be applied to ANY of the characters (i.e. "blur" techniques, exaggerated takes, etc.)
At the price Amazon offers it for, it's a STEAL! Buy it in a bundle with the recently released "Draw the Looney Tunes: The Warner Bors. Character Design Manual" and open up your own animation studio! This isn't to be passed up!