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Cartoon Animation (How to Draw and Paint Series)
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am 12. April 2017
Ich mache überhaupt keine Animationen, habe aber ein Buch gesucht, in dem man Cartoon-Figuren in verschiedenen Posen finden kann. Ganz wichtig war mir dabei zu sehen, ob z. B. der Fuß bei einer bestimmten Stellung der Figur nach links oder nach rechts zeigen muss. Neben der Gestik war mir auch die Mimik sehr wichtig. All das und noch einiges mehr habe ich hier gefunden. Die Figuren sind nicht nur sehr süß, sie sind, dank der guten Anleitungen, auch sehr einfach nachzuzeichnen, bzw. kann man schnell und einfach eigene Figuren damit entwickeln. Anhand von einigen Beispielen wird auch gezeigt, was man falsch machen könnte.

Für mich ist dieses Buch eine wertvolle Hilfe mit der ich meine Skizzen schnell und einfach erstellen und dann in Illustrator als Grafik umsetzen kann. Daher kann ich das Buch auch Leuten empfehlen, die keine Animationen machen sondern wie ich einfach nur zeichnen möchten.
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am 21. Dezember 2016
This is an absolute must-have for any animator, or anyone striving to become one. A compilation of the incredible Preston Blair animation series all in one volume, it explains all the basics of hand-drawn animation simply and thoroughly, with great illustrations.
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am 22. November 2016
Tolles Buch jeden Cent wert. Daher auch die Empfehlung.
Super gemacht schöne Beispiele. Da bekommt man gleich Laune was selber zu machen.
Grundlagenwerk von einem der Meister seines Faches.
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am 13. August 1999
I've been in or near the cartoon business for 50 years and Preston Blair's "Cartoon Animation" played a big role in my education. In fact, most of the professional cartoonists I've known or worked with had a copy of this book in their desks-- I just bought another copy (that makes about 30 in my lifetime-- I used it as a text book in cartoon workshops at the Univ, of Wash. and Ohio State Univ.)
When studied as a text, this book teaches us how to bring characters to life, whether you are in the animation field or drawing for print media. The pages on "follow-through" and "stretch'n'squash" are the most important lessons a young cartoonist can learn--
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am 5. Mai 1999
This is an absolute must-have for any animator, or anyone striving to become one. A compilation of the incredible Preston Blair animation series all in one volume, it explains all the basics of hand-drawn animation simply and thoroughly, with great illustrations. These rules of motion hold true in all mediums, so this information can be applied to computer and stop-motion animation techniques as well as the traditional pencil and paper method. Here at work we call it The Animator's Bible, and few desks are without a copy (see The Illusion Of Life by Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston for the ten commandments).
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am 27. Juni 1999
I first found this book several years ago after reading the excellent Disney Animation- The Illusion of Life (Now called The Illusion of Life: Disney Animation) by Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnson. This book covers several topics that the Disney book doesn't, such as lip-syncing. An animation teacher at DeAnza College in Cupertino has made this book a requirement, and I understand why. Don't think of this book as the only instruction you will need to become an animator, but buy a copy of it so you can have helpful reminders about important animation techniques without having to flip through hundreds of pages. This book is an excellent companion to the Disney book.
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I ran across Preston Blair's Advanced Animation in the Walter Foster "how-to" series many years ago. I'm not an animator, but the book was a great influence on my 30-year newspaper career. Every print cartoonist can learn from Blair-- especially the principles of "stretch & squash" and "follow-thru".
I recommended the book to hundreds of beginning cartoonists and used "Advanced Animation" as a textbook in cartoon workshops at the Univ. of Washington, Western Wash. Univ. and Ohio State Univ. I also recommend Preston Blair highly on my present cartoon website.
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am 3. August 1999
This is a 5 out of 5 star book...If you want to learn the basics (as well as the finer points) this book is numero uno!
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