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I Moved To Los Angeles To Work In Animation

Author : Natalie Nourigat
ISBN : 9781641441469
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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When artist Natalie Nourigat left her life in Portland to move to Los Angeles and pursue a job in animation, she realized that despite her research, nothing truly prepared her for the wild world that awaited in the studios of Southern California. This autobiographical how-to graphic novel explores the highest highs and lowest lows of pursuing a dream in animation. Brushed with a dose of humor and illustrated advice about salaries, studio culture, and everything in between, I Moved to Los Angeles to Work in Animation is the unique insider experience you won’t find anywhere else.
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Horton Escucha A Quien Horton Hears A Who

Author : Dr. Seuss
ISBN : 1930332351
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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A city of Whos on a speck of dust are threatened with destruction until the smallest Who of all helps convince Horton's friends that Whos really exist.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

So You Want To Work In Animation Special Effects

Author : Torene Svitil
ISBN : 0766027376
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Explains how current technology allows filmmakers to tell any story on the movie screen, and describes the working environment and salary of those working in animation and special effects.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Created And Produced By Total Television Productions

Author : Mark Arnold
Genre : Performing Arts
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In 1959, Buck Biggers, Chester "Chet" Stove, Joe Harris, and Treadwell D. Covington founded Total Television. Their goal was to create cartoon characters that encouraged kids to buy General Mills breakfast cereals and other products. Their animation series were produced from 1959-1969 using the "limited animation" technique, where minimal movements were synchronized with voice actor performances. Total Television produced: The King and Odie (1960–1963) The Hunter (1960–1963) Commander McBragg (1963–1966) Go Go Gophers (1966–1969) Klondike Kat (1963–1966) Tennessee Tuxedo and His Tales (1963–1966) The Beagles (1966–1969) The Sing A Long Family (1964–1967) Tooter Turtle (1960–1963) Twinkles the Elephant (1960–1963) Underdog (1964–1967) Gene Hattree (1964–1966) Cauliflower Cabby (1964) The Colossal Show (1964) Discover how Total Television evolved through rare production artwork and storyboards, as well as reminiscences from Total Television's founders. "Mark Arnold is the guy who the other authorities on comic books and animated cartoons turn to when they're stumped for an obscure tidbit of pop cultural information; he always delivers the goods." - Scott Shaw, cartoonist
Category: Performing Arts

3d Animation Essentials

Author : Andy Beane
ISBN : 9781118239056
Genre : Computers
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The essential fundamentals of 3D animation for aspiring 3D artists 3D is everywhere--video games, movie and television special effects, mobile devices, etc. Many aspiring artists and animators have grown up with 3D and computers, and naturally gravitate to this field as their area of interest. Bringing a blend of studio and classroom experience to offer you thorough coverage of the 3D animation industry, this must-have book shows you what it takes to create compelling and realistic 3D imagery. Serves as the first step to understanding the language of 3D and computer graphics (CG) Covers 3D animation basics: pre-production, modeling, animation, rendering, and post-production Dissects core 3D concepts including design, film, video, and games Examines what artistic and technical skills are needed to succeed in the industry Offers helpful real-world scenarios and informative interviews with key educators and studio and industry professionals Whether you're considering a career in as a 3D artist or simply wish to expand your understanding of general CG principles, this book will give you a great overview and knowledge of core 3D Animation concepts and the industry.
Category: Computers

California Video

Author : Glenn Phillips
ISBN : 0892369221
Genre : Art
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This illustrated volume focuses on 58 artists, from early video pioneers to established artists.
Category: Art

Movie Moguls Speak

Author : Steven Priggé
ISBN : 0786419296
Genre : Performing Arts
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In the film world today, there is extraordinary attention paid to actors, actresses and directors, yet the producers who gave many of them their first breaks and helped mold their careers have managed to remain outside the limelight. This work covers producers who gave early breaks to actors and actresses like Al Pacino and Demi Moore, directors like Steven Spielberg and Todd Haynes, and writers like Aaron Sorkin. These legends may never have become known if not for their producers' behind-the-scenes insight and ability to recognize talent. Interviewees include David Brown (Jaws, A Few Good Men), Martin Richards (Chicago, The Shining), Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson (Goldeneye, Die Another Day), Dino DeLaurentiis (La Strada, Hannibal), Michael Phillips (Taxi Driver, The Sting), Martin Bregman (Serpico, Scarface), Lauren Shuler Donner (You've Got Mail, X-Men), Robert Chartoff (Rocky, Raging Bull), Mace Neufeld (The Hunt for Red October, Patriot Games), Paula Wagner (Vanilla Sky, Mission: Impossible), and many, many more!
Category: Performing Arts

Pulling A Rabbit Out Of A Hat

Author : Ross Anderson
ISBN : 9781496822307
Genre : Performing Arts
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Who Framed Roger Rabbit emerged at a nexus of people, technology, and circumstances that is historically, culturally, and aesthetically momentous. By the 1980s, animation seemed a dying art. Not even the Walt Disney Company, which had already won over thirty Academy Awards, could stop what appeared to be the end of an animation era. To revitalize popular interest in animation, Disney needed to reach outside its own studio and create the distinctive film that helped usher in a Disney Renaissance. That film, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, though expensive and controversial, debuted in theaters to huge success at the box office in 1988. Unique in its conceit of cartoons living in the real world, Who Framed Roger Rabbit magically blended live action and animation, carrying with it a humor that still resonates with audiences. Upon the film’s release, Disney’s marketing program led the audience to believe that Who Framed Roger Rabbit was made solely by director Bob Zemeckis, director of animation Dick Williams, and the visual effects company Industrial Light & Magic, though many Disney animators contributed to the project. Author Ross Anderson interviewed over 140 artists to tell the story of how they created something truly magical. Anderson describes the ways in which the Roger Rabbit characters have been used in film shorts, commercials, and merchandising, and how they have remained a cultural touchstone today.
Category: Performing Arts

Dream Worlds Production Design For Animation

Author : Hans Bacher
ISBN : 9781136139574
Genre : Art
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A truly unique visual delight offering insight into the development of animation classics like Bambi, Beauty and the Beast, The Lion King, Lilo and Stitch as well as a tantalizing examination of unfinished Disney projects.
Category: Art