Art of Animation Drawing (英語) ペーパーバック – 2005/5/24
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A guide to animation drawing provides information on such topics as the process of designing characters, adapting characters to a script, directing performances, and the rhythm of movement.
Shows how to give a more flare like movements to your drawings,
For drawing on twos or even ones when dealing with 24 frames of Film. Really for theatrical projects, and
not the teachings of limited TV crap. [ Hold on one drawing for 4, 5, or even 6 frames to save money]
Even tells how the dreadful exposure or X-sheets work... Whatever field of animation your into, this book well help a lot.
This book also goes a bit in to story-boarding. Which for fans of Dragon's Lair makes this a really neat book, since it contains storyboards from an entire scene of the unmade DRAGON'S LAIR movie. I really wish it would get made someday. :(
All in all, it's a good book, a bit underwhelming (even as a fan, I can understand why it would sell for $5 and under here on Amazon), but a good purchase none the less.
As an animator enthusiast, i really find this book inspiring. Its more like a motivation book than a textbook.
It explains really well the basics of animation and it also includes thins like the musical score and voice recording.
I really recommend it if you want to read something that its not just a animation textbook.