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Exploring Drawing for Animation (Anglais) Broché – 31 octobre 2003


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13 internautes sur 16 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Excellent, fun treatise on animation drawing 30 juin 2005
Par H. Douglas - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I have worked as an animator, teacher and fine artist for over 30 years and this is the first art text I have ever seen that discusses how solid drawing skill relates to creating drawings for character designs and 2D animation. Most animation `how-to' books include some drawing instruction but do not address the important bridge between drawing and animation.

The authors present an entertainingly written book in an easy-to-read conversational tone along with illustrations that show the well-honed professional drawing and painting skills of this book's creators. It is obvious to the reader that the authors are seasoned artists and educators.

While this book is predominantly for learners of beginning to intermediate levels, anyone with an interest in the interdisciplinary issues within animation and drawing would benefit from picking up this gem of a text. Unfortunately, the title of the book suggests that it covers the technique of 2D animation in-depth, but this is a misnomer. Fortunately, 2D animation is commented on in a more important context: the development of effective observational drawing skills that will produce better animation drawings.
6 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Good for starters 10 décembre 2006
Par Pat A. Marconett - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I bought tis book a few years ago. It has some good stuff of how drawing relates to animation. It also sheds more light on to the process than a lot of books. However, after a few years of animation art school, I realized how bad the drawings were. If you want to learn about drawing for animation, check out Glen Vilppu's books. (he worked as a drawing instructor/trainer at some of the bigger studios in L.A.)
15 internautes sur 20 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
It's a nice overview for beginners, but not for pros 31 mars 2005
Par S. Yellin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I admit I bought this book sight unseen (something I do a lot, kind of a crap shoot, I know), and while the cover and the few images I had seen were well done, overall the authors of the book, while probably excellent educators, wouldn't be qualified to give advice to industry professionals on every section of production that is addressed within. I myself have taught animation and advanced drawing at the college level, as well as worked on TV/Film animation for many years (as key animator and storyboard artist). While I don't want to trash the book, as it is a nice over view, I do regret purchasing it. THe character designs are barely above what I would expect from my students, and while the life drawings too are nice, I would expect an industry pro to be capable of much better, should they choose to write a book dealing with the subject. Again, a nice overview book, and many students or people simply interested in animation will find it helpful, but if you have a solid background in drawing, animation, design, or are already employed within the field (and obviously possess a degree of skill), spend your money on books that focus more acutely on a smaller aspect of film making (whether animation timing/staging, drawing, or even layout/design).
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Lackluster 12 novembre 2007
Par Grant Beaudette - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book has very little to do directly with animation.

Plenty of the drawing principles explained are quite valuable to an animator. Rules of proportion, anatomy, perspective, etc... that are the foundation of most any form of drawing, This book is a decent primer in these principles, although there are plenty of other books that cover them better.

But if you thought you were going to learn the about drawing in the manner & style of 2D animation, think again. Clean-up style linework is only covered briefly and most of the examples of it aren't that great. Most of the art in this book is too rough to be suitable for animation, which is fine for life drawings, but the rest can be little more than conceptual work, which can come from any style of art, really. There's not enough structure taught to create usable artwork for characters, backgrounds or even layouts for animation.

There's definitely things you can learn from this book, but you're better off finding them somewhere else.
Boring textbook 22 juin 2013
Par Treefox - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I got this book because it was required for a class. It's long and dull to read. The example drawings are too complex for animation. Don't waste your money on this book. Teachers need to stop using this book as a basis for your classes.
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