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SpongeBob Squarepants - Halloween - DVD
The character-driven toon chronicles the nautical and sometimes nonsensical adventures of SpongeBob, an incurably…
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5 Spooky Sea Tales, plus 5 Bonus Episodes Join SpongeBob, Patrick, Squidward, Mr. Krabs and Sandy for the over-the-top…
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Animated Performance: Bringing Imaginary Animal, Human and Fantasy Characters to Life
“Animated Performance” guides you through the fascinating process of bringing animated characters to life. Throughout the book, Nancy Beiman demonstrates how animated characters need not be constrained by the limitations that restrict human actors and shows how species, weight and design affect character actions. You will also discover the many ways in which a character's movements will vary according to the emotional or narrative context of their situation. The many tips, examples and exercises will help you harness the flexibility of animation to portray an almost unlimited variety of characters and ensure that no two performances are ever alike. In addition, more than 200 illustrations show how animal and fantasy characters can live and move without losing their non-human qualities and interviews with Disney animators Art Babbitt, Frank Thomas, Ollie Johnston and Ellen Woodbury make this a unique insight into bringing a whole world of characters to life.
“Basics Animation: Stop-motion” explores how all the elements of film-making camera work, design, colour, lighting, editing, music and storytelling come together in this unique art form. Students will learn to use and exploit the particular types of movement, characters and stories that characterise stop-motion. The book is packed with tips and suggestions to help you get the most out of your own stopmotion films, accompanied by full-colour illustrations and case studies demonstrating how film-making masters through the years have used it in feature films, short films and TV series. “Basics Animation: Stop-motion” also examines the evolution of stopmotion, from its almost accidental beginnings to a much-loved form of storytelling in its own right one that continues to push boundaries after 110 years.
The Art of Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa
Would you trust a squad of trash-talking Penguins to fly a plane? Probably not, but for Alex the lion, Marty the zebra, and Melman the giraffe there isn't much choice if they ever hope to see the Central Park Zoo again. Join your favorite Manhattan menagerie in “The Art of Madagascar ”for a look into their wild ride from their first trip to the island paradise to their venture into the African savannah in the upcoming sequel “Madagascar: the Crate Escape.”“The Art of Madagascar ”explores how the zoo comes to life featuring an untamed look into the visual effects and development from the Dreamworks team that brought you “Shrek ”and “Shark Tale.” Discover how animators incorporated animal idiosyncrasies into each character, how digital avatars were tailored to voice actors, and the inside scoop on those darn penguins. The abundance of behind the scenes visuals, information, and special features in the “The Art of Madagascar ”is sure to drive kids and anyone's creative curiosity wild.
The Astro Boy Essays: Osamu Tezuka, Mighty Atom, and the Manga/Anime Revolution
The pioneering genius of Japan's “God of Comics,” Osamu Tezuka (1928-89), is examined through his life's masterwork: “Tetsuwan Atomu, ” also known as “Mighty Atom” or “Astro Boy,” a comic series featuring a cute little android who yearns to be more human. The history of “Tetsuwan Atomu” and Tezuka's role in it is a road map to understanding the development of new media in Japan and the United States. Topics include Tezuka's life, the art of animation, the connection between fantasy robots and technology, spin-offs, and “Astro Boy”'s cultural impact.Frederik L. Schodt is a translator and author of numerous books about Japan, including “Manga Manga ” and “Dreamland Japan.” He often served as Osamu Tezuka's English interpreter. In 2009 he was received the The Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Rosette for his contribution to the introduction and promotion of Japanese contemporary popular culture.
Pocket Essentials is a dynamic series of books that are concise, lively, and easy to read. Packed with facts as well as expert opinions, each book has all the key information you need to know about such popular topics as film, television, cult fiction, history, and more. Clint Eastwood was catapulted to film stardom as “The Man With No Name” in Sergio Leone's spaghetti westerns. Once established as a star, he became the John Wayne of his era, an American icon whose box-office drawing power remained undiluted three decades later, despite unfriendly critics, unfavourable gossip, and unspectacular forays into politics. Uniquely, Eastwood used his new-found star status to launch a second, and arguably more successful career as a director. This book analyzes all of Eastwood's films as a director, and includes information about his acting career, particularly those films directed by members of his “stock company,” as well as tracing the influences of his work.
Land of a Thousand Balconies: Discoveries and Confessions of A B-Movie Archaeologist
An exploration of low-budget cinema.
Character Animation Crash Course! [With CDROM]
Character Animation Crash Course is a veritable Genie's lamp stuffed with everything the aspiring animator could wish for Renowned animator Eric Goldberg's detailed text and drawings illuminate how to conceive characters “from the inside out” to create strong personalities. Classic animation techniques are analyzed and brought to life through this unique book and its accompanying CD that offers readers animated movie examples that show, in real time or frame-by-frame, the author's principles at work. Add to this Goldberg's discussions of classic cartoons and his witty, informative observations based on the wealth of knowledge he's gained during his 30-plus years in professional animation, and you have a tour-de-force guide to character animation with the classic touch. Includes a CD of animated movie files.
Art of the Adventures of Tintin
The artists at Weta Digital and Weta Workshop were thrilled to get the opportunity to work with Steven Spielberg to bring Herge's wonderful characters to the big screen in The Adventures of Tintin. They spent five years working on this movie. This book tells the story of how the film makers started with the original Herge artwork and books and ended up with what is seen on screen. It features early concept drawings, previs sequences, models, costume designs and final stills from the film. The book focuses on the creative process, showing the many designs that made it into the movie and others that didn't. It highlights the attention to detail, skill and creativity of all the artists involved in the making of the movie. The story is told by the artists themselves, who talk about their inspirations, techniques and experiences. Through them we gain a true insight into the creative thinking behind this ground-breaking feature film.
Pure Animation: Steps to Creation with 57 Cutting-Edge Animators
information, including creative processes and technical details for each
Art of How to Train Your Dragon
From the studio that brought you “Shrek”, “Madagascar” and “Kung-Fu Panda” comes “How to Train Your Dragon” - an adventure comedy set in the mythical world of burly Vikings and wild dragons, based on the book by Cressida Cowell. The story centres around a Viking teenager, who lives on the island of Berk, where fighting dragons is a way of life. Initiation is coming, and this is his one chance to prove his worthiness to his tribe and father. But when he encounters, and ultimately befriends, an injured dragon, his world is turned upside down. The Story: Launched from the youth-targeted original book by Cressida Cowell, “How to Train Your Dragon” has grown up into a feature length action film which takes the original concept of the book and ages it up to the level of a fantasy adventure film, with real world stakes, exciting action sequences, and more mature character interactions and themes. In the film, Dragons and Vikings do not yet coexist (as they do in the book) but merely terrorize and antagonize each other, until Hiccup a scrawny teenaged Viking meets up with the injured dragon Toothless, which eventually leads to a more peaceful Viking/Dragon relationship.The story centers around Hiccup Horrendous Haddock the Third, who lives on the island of Berk in the North Sea. He belongs to the tribe the Hairy Hooligans, Hiccup wants to make his father, the Hooligan's chief, Stoick the Vast, proud of him. Initiation is coming, and this is his one chance to prove his worthiness to his tribe and father. When Hiccup encounters and ultimately befriends an injured dragon, his world is turned upside down. The Cast: Gerard Butler (“The Ugly Truth”) as Stoick the Vast, Hiccup's father and chief of the tribe, Jonah Hill (“Superbad”) as Snotlout, a bully who thinks he should be the next chief Jay Baruchel (“Tropic Thunder”, “Knocked Up”) as the teenage Hiccup Horrendous Haddo
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