The Advanced Art of Stop-Motion Animation Paperback – 17 Jun 2010
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Introduction. 1. History of Stop-Motion Feature Films. 2. An Interview with Screen Novelties. 3. Building Puppets. 4. Digital Cinematography. 5. An Interview with Pete Kozachik, ASC. 6. An Interview with Trey Thomas. 7. Character Animation. 8. An Interview with Bronwen Kyffin. 9. Visual Effects. 10. An Interview with Larry Bafia and Webster Colcord. 11. An Interview with Marc Spess. 12. An Interview with Ryan McColluch. 13. An Interview with Justin & Shel Rasch. Bibliography. Index.
About the Author
Ken A. Priebe has a BFA from University of Michigan and a classical animation certificate from Vancouver Institute of Media Arts (VanArts). He teaches stop-motion animation courses at VanArts and the Academy of Art University Cybercampus and has worked as a 2D animator on several games and short films for Thunderbean Animation, Bigfott Studios, and his own independent projects. Ken has participated as a speaker and volunteer for the Vancouver ACM SIGGRAPH Chapter and is founder of the Breath of Life Animation Festival, an annual outreach event of animation workshops for children and their families. He is also a filmmaker, writer, puppeteer, animation historian, and author of the book "The Art of Stop-Motion Animation." Ken lives near Vancouver, BC, with his graphic-artist wife Janet and their two children, Ariel and Xander.
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on 6 March 2012
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I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in stop motion animation. It is informative and very interesting and helpful to read. I found it extremely helpful in trying out a new technique for making a mould and cast and slush casting. It is packed full of useful information and tips, well written and designed with beautiful colour images. It is easy to read and is one of the best Animation books I have ever read. I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in Animation and it is well worth the money. It is written by professional people and it is one the best and most useful animation books I have ever bought.
on 23 February 2014
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The book cover all parts of stop-motion animation and in any chapter it goes deep and explain everything. If you are a little experienced in this art i really recommend you this book. It is not for begginers but for people how are looking for more information about puppet building, silicone casting, mold making, lipsynch and much more...
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