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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Selby, Andrew.
Format: eBook
Published: London : Laurence King Pub., 2013.
Series:Portfolio (Laurence King Publishing)
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction
  • The significance of animation
  • The defining principles of animation
  • The animation pipeline
  • About this book
  • An animation timeline
  • 1. Preproduction
  • planning and scriptwriting: The animation pipeline in preproduction; Scriptwriting; The vocabulary and language of animation; Approaches to scriptwriting; Genre in animation; Script development; Analyzing a script; Conclusion
  • 2. Preproduction
  • concepts, ideas, and research: Concepts and ideas; Research; Conclusion
  • 3. Preproduction
  • development: Storyboarding; The art of storyboarding; Style guides; Layouts and scenes; Development drawings; Character design; Conclusion
  • 4. Preproduction
  • sound: Understanding sound; The importance and use of sound; Stems of sound; The working sound studio; Conclusion
  • 5. Production: The animation pipeline in production; Introduction to basic techniques; Cel animation and traditional 2D processes; Stop-motion animation; 3D computer-generated images; Unorthodox animation; Sound in production; Conclusion
  • 6. Postproduction: The animation pipeline in postproduction; Preparing the production; Visuals; Sound in postproduction; Release and distribution; Conclusion
  • 7. Animated futures: Education, knowledge, and understanding; Skills for future employment; Skills; Promotion; Gaining experience; Opportunities, applications, and interviews; Representation; Making it! Conclusion
  • Glossary
  • Further reading
  • Resources
  • Acknowledgments.