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Animators Survival Kit  - Animated DVD Box Set 16 volumes

Animators Survival Kit - Animated DVD Box Set 16 volumes (Books)

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CARTOON BREW's number 1 recommended Christmas Gift! Animation is one of the hottest and most creative areas of film-making. The master animator who bridges the gap between the golden age of animation by hand and the computer animation successes is Richard Williams, triple Oscar winner and Director of Animation of Who Framed Roger Rabbit? Williams has now combined his best-selling book, The Animator's Survival Kit, with his legendary Masterclasses to produce this 16-DVD box. Filmed over four days a Blue Sky Studios in New York, the Masterclass is intercut with over 350 specially animated examples. During his 50 years in the business, Williams has been one of the true innovators. Dedicated to passing on his knowledge to a new generation of animators so that they in turn can push the medium in new directions, here he reveals the secrets of the masters, distilling his experience into a working system that makes animation better and easier to do. You've read the book - now see it filmed in exquisite detail.



Film, TV & DramaFilms, cinemaAnimated films Publisher: HOUSE CODE Publication Date: 25/11/2008 ISBN-13: 9786000500597  Details: Type: Books Format: Books
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