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Force: Animal Drawing: Animal locomotion and design concepts for animators (Anglais) Broché – 14 juin 2011


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Praise for Previous Force Titles:

" I have been illustrating professionally for 15 years. I am self taught, meaning I rely upon books and advice from peers. I've always noticed there was some elusive thinking or missing steps from my figure drawings that made them less dynamic. Burne Hogarth's books were very helpful but they didn't teach me how to get into the flow, how to the images Go Pow! This book gives you the direction to feel out these forces and shapes. I used to think that these things couldn't be taught. When Mr. Mattesi's lessons click in your brain, you are truly feeling this power. For me, as an animator, it makes all the difference in the world. " Brian Leblanc

Présentation de l'éditeur

Many artists are unsure how to bridge the gap between the many basic 'how to draw' books and the more advanced ones dealing with the esoteric details of composition, perspective and anatomy. Force: Animal Drawing is the comprehensive guide to developing artistic animals that are creative, dynamic and anatomical, bridging the gap between foundational art and advanced techniques. Artists and animators alike all find animal inspiration when animating characters- be they human or inhuman. For a unique 'larger than life' character, readers will learn to apply the unique facets of animal movement, locomotion, expressions, facial features, physical build and personality to their traditional and digital art. Readers will also adapt key industry tricks and techniques to personify animal animations with key characteristics of a human's face. Explore the practical application of force theories and learn from today's leading character designers with the included artist interviews and an extended video tutorial via www.drawingforce.com. 

 

 

 

 

 

 



  • Find inspiration in observation, and explore the artistic connection between a overzealous dog or dictatorial cat and your animations. Adapt key industry tricks and techniques to personify your animal animations with key characteristics of a specific person's face.
  • Reach new heights of dramatic and visual impact by applying locomotive animal anatomy as it relates to an animating and drawing with a specific focus on force, form and shape.
  • Gorgeously illustrated with both traditional and exaggerated observational life-drawing models, learn to apply the unique facets of animal movement, locomotion, expressions, facial features, physical build and personality to your animations.
  • Apply abstract force theories with practical techniques, artist interviews and real world experience with a hands-on video tutorial, created specifically for animating animal movement, form and personality.  


Détails sur le produit

  • Broché: 224 pages
  • Editeur : Focal Press (14 juin 2011)
  • Collection : Force Drawing Series
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0240814355
  • ISBN-13: 978-0240814353
  • Dimensions du produit: 27,4 x 21,3 x 2 cm
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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0 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Florent Cote le 23 mai 2013
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Tel que "Force : Techniques de dessin dynamique pour l'animation" pour les humain, mais l'attention est maintenant portée sur les animaux et les différentes façon d’exprimer le mouvement et la puissance dans leurs mouvements.
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6 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Don't hestiate; just buy it. 16 mai 2011
Par Grant Beaudette - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
The original Force and its sequel on character design stand out on my shelf as a pale blue stripe of fantastic drawing instruction. I was excited to see that stripe would be getting a bit wider as Mike Mattesi uses his dynamic approach to drawing to tackle the broad and difficult subject of drawing animals.

The author's approach is to translate his method for drawing humans into drawing animals rather than starting fresh. Mattesi's basic principles of hierarchy and forceful drawing are outlined in the opening pages, but I'd recommend you read the original Force before taking on this one.

The variety of animals depicted is quite good, especially for a book focusing more on basic forms rather than specific details. The book is divided into the three major structural groups; starting with plantigrade animals, which are built most like humans, following to digitigrades and ungulates.

The book is very mammal-centric, however there is a fair sized section on birds and a sole drawing of a lizard gets thrown in for good measure. The drawings range from realistic to exaggerated in design, while all in the dynamic style of the series. The book ends with a gallery of the author's more artistic examples and even has color plate versions in the back.

Mattesi's books are a must-have for anyone who wields a pencil. I'd love to have a shelf full of these blue books handling the various aspects of forceful figure drawing. This third book in the series is a big step in that direction.
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Two paws up 6 janvier 2012
Par Parka - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
The is the third book in the Force series, the other two being Force: Dynamic Life Drawing for Animators and Force: Character Design from Life Drawing.

The two earlier books were on drawing humans. In this book, the similar concept of understanding and using force is used, this time for the goal of making animal drawings lively and natural.

The book is theory based. It aims to give readers a broader understanding of how force works in animals. With some simple rules, the knowledge can be transferred to drawing other animals.

The animals covered are arranged based on their speed, Plantigrades (slow land animals), Digitigrades (intermediate-speed land animals) and unguligrades (fast land animals). Only mammals are covered. There are bears, raccoons, kangaroos, dogs, cats (big ones also), elephants, horses, deers and many more. The section on birds is just a few pages.

Mike Mattesi's examples featured are great, you can feel the energy of animals just by looking at their poses and gestures. I would actually recommend getting the first Force book as well to understand the concept of force better.

This is a great book for artists who love drawing animals.

(There are more pictures of the book on my blog. Just visit my Amazon profile for the link.)
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Splendid Drawings! 1 août 2011
Par F. S. L'hoir - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
The arrival of this book in the mail came as a complete surprise from Amazon Vine, since I had selected a book on Apple's Aperture program. I read and studied "Force Animal Drawing", though, from cover to cover, and found it to be utterly fascinating. I am, however, approaching the book as a layman (with a background in art history).

"FAD" is not so much a 'how to draw' book as it is a manual of applied theory. Mr Mattesi's copious annotated illustrations demonstrate how gravity, energy, and direction affect the anatomy of an animal's body (His cover illustration of a galloping horse, about to change course, conveys not only speed but also energy and power.). He divides the book into three essential sections: 1) plantigrades (animals, from bears to mice, that walk on the flat of their feet); 2) Digitigrades (animals, from lions to cats--and some large birds--that walk on their toes); 3) Unguligrades (hoofed animals). Each section gives examples of anatomy, motion; diagrammatic arrows illustrating directional and applied force; and comparisons of the skeletal frame between animals and humans (although the human points of reference in the case of ungulates become somewhat abstract and require a stretch of the imagination).

The fluidity of Mr Mattesi's drawings is remarkable, and I was not surprised to see that the great German pen-and-ink editorial cartoonist, Heinrich Kley, was listed in his bibliography of favourite artists. I would judge that this book is intended for the advanced artist who is keen on the process of animation, since (and this is my one criticism of the book) Mr. Mattesi assumes that readers are familiar with the abstract theory of force, which he does not define. Nevertheless, on the merit of its splendid drawings, "Force Animal Drawings: Animal Locomotion and Design Concepts for Animators", represents a significant addition to the library of anyone who is interested in the applied arts.
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Another great add to the method of "Force" 7 juin 2011
Par Daddy B Me - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I picked up the original force book and I was thoroughly impressed. Understanding how energy and line travel through a sketch was a lesson i could learn again and again. Since I am just starting to dip into the world of creature creation ( concept art) this was a natural add to the ole' reference library. Thanks for putting this out there into the mix of buddies in my reference library! Such beautiful sketches. Cool...
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Perfect for Animators 20 juin 2012
Par RebeccaANelson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Just as it was with the other Force drawing books, this focuses on how to get rhythm and flow of a drawing to portray the movement needed to capture a gesture. In addition it also captures the design aspects like in Force's Character Design from Life Drawing. It is a great addition for those who've enjoyed the other Force books and it is a must for animators looking to bring animals to life.
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