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Cartooning: Animation 1 with Preston Blair [Anglais] [Broché]

Preston Blair
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1 janvier 2003 How to Draw (Livre 1)
Let world-renowned animator Preston Blair introduce you to the magical world of cartooning and animation! Whether youÆre creating traditional or computer art, you'll find valuable information in this book, which covers the most important aspects of cartooning, such as working out layouts, planning scenes, and synchronizing mouth action. It also provides instruction on drawing a variety of believable animated characters, with tips on using lines of action to create realistic motion. Widely considered one of the best cartooning references available, this book is an essential library addition for every aspiring animator.

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  • Broché: 44 pages
  • Editeur : Walter Foster Publishing (1 janvier 2003)
  • Collection : How to Draw
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0929261518
  • ISBN-13: 978-0929261515
  • Dimensions du produit: 34,6 x 25,7 x 0,3 cm
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Ed 20 avril 2011
Par Ed
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Que dire : PRESTON BLAIR !
Le livre ressort quelques planches principales... sans aucun doute, PAS ASSEZ. Mais bon à ce prix, c'est bien sympa quand même.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The best animation book. 2 janvier 2001
Par Nancy Beiman - Publié sur Amazon.com
What more can I say about the Preston Blair book? Only that the trade paperback version is long overdue. This edition combines the two paperback versions into one and though it could have used some editing, you have everything at your fingertips. Blair's 1980 update of his 1942 classic was the better of the two books, and readers should be aware that some information in the book is contradictory, but otherwise this is without question still the best textbook on character animation yet published.
There are some weak spots. Be aware that Blair's 'guide to lipsync' has misled generations of animators and should not be taken as gospel. Synchronizing mouth action has more to do with the type of character you are working with and the type of acting you are performing; there are no 'formulas'. Once you know this, you can follow the instructions in theory without imitating the grossly overstated mouth actions in this book.
Layout and scene planning are handled cursorilly, though there is more information in the newer section. Teachers should supplement this work with other volumes. I have found it the best for Animation I students, with the more advanced ones proceeding to Shamus Culhane's ANIMATION FROM SCRIPT TO SCREEN.
Generations of artists have learned animation acting and timing from Preston Blair. It makes no difference if you use a computer or a pencil. If you are trying to create a living, believable character on screen, this is the best place to learn the basics.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Solid foundation for cartooning like the Golden Age 11 septembre 2008
Par Jesse Cline - Publié sur Amazon.com
I have been drawing cartoons and doodling for years and could never figure out why my flat drawings didn't look as good as the masters from the "golden age". (almost all comic strips nowadays look flat too, so people just accept that it's how they are supposed to be). Well taking the advice from John K's blog, I bought this book and basically started over from scratch. The basis of Preston Blair's technique is starting with an egg or circle with 2 lines in it and making the characters face from there. You wouldn't believe how it makes the images pop out, and how much easier it is to draw them from different perspectives all the while keeping your characters consistent. Other techniques are how to draw cartoon hands, facial expressions, and body positioning. If you are an amateur cartoonist looking to refine your work, buy this book now. Best 8 dollar investment you will ever spend.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 An absolute must-have! 3 février 2008
Par Richard Black - Publié sur Amazon.com
The book is arranged like this: Drawing principles, character design, then animation. The principles are about constructing forms and wrapping guidelines & features around them properly, facial expressions, building a simple skeletal foundation, how bodies can be drawn, and hands!

The character design section is small, but brilliant. There are great example drawings to work from and trust me when I say the characters are pleasing to look at.

As for the animation section, it's got the essentials for walks, runs, understanding squash & stretch and line of action in movements. It might not have enough movements as one may want, but really, using what you learn here to analyze actions from life will enable you to learn how any movement can be strengthened for animation. I actually haven't started animating yet (still doing the drawing sections), but I know I'll be perfectly fine with just this. Harold Whitaker's "Timing For Animation" does seem like it could be a perfect supplement to this though, so you might wanna check that out as well.

Other pages include things about dialogue phonemes, takes (when's the last time anyone's seen a Tex-Avery-style reaction in a cartoon? learn this and bring it back!) pointers on animation, and, best of all, TONS of characters to practice from.

The book is only eight bucks and, being from Preston Blair, a genius from the golden-age era of animation, you can't go wrong. Buy it, follow everything that he says, draw from each drawing in the book until the concepts seep in, and make some cartoons. Even if you wanna draw comic strips and/or comic books, get this now!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Good basic introduction to animation 19 octobre 2009
Par Jonathan Politi - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Animation 1: Learn to Animate Cartoons Step by Step lives up to its title. It's a good introduction to the concepts and techniques in animation "old school" style. Don't look for techniques in CGI like Maya and Blender or for 2D animation using Photoshop or Toonz or Anime Studio or ToonBoom Animate. This is "nuts and bolts" take out the pencil and paper and draw. Liked the book - relatively inexpensive and the lessons were good and straightforward.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Great book 4 novembre 2011
Par Ms. N. Masud - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I got this book through the post in a large box. I thought the book was smaller than what it was. It is actually A3 sized and quite slim. I won't expect this not to get damaged as I already have a few kinks in it. The content is great and I understand the reason for the size as this is normally the size paper animators use. Absolutely brilliant for any one who is a fan of cartoons like Tom and Jerry, Tex avery cartoons (Droopy etc) and of course disney.
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