1-2-3 Draw Cartoon Sea Critters: A step-by-step guide by Steve Barr

By Steve Barr

I bought this for my 10 yr previous nephew who loves artwork - it isn't too difficult and but it's fascinating

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Ing of his role as an animator. In an interview he defined his job Sound gave cartoons a dimension that was not possible in silent thusly: “An animator is like an actor going before the camera, only form. It enabled animators to create better stories, more lifelike he has to act out his feelings and interpret the scene with that characters and fuller animation. The process did not come cheaply, pencil. Also he has to know how to space characters because the however. Production costs skyrocketed from the normal $6,000 spacing of their movements determines the tempo; he must know budgets for silent cartoons, yet the all-around quality improved expression; he must know feeling; he has to know the character, and was worth the price.

War- and believability on screen. Bill Scott, a former UPA animator, ner Bros. ” animated training films, namely Private Snafu, first directed by Economically, the new system of animation made sense, as the Frank Tashlin, the noted comedy film director, and Hook, which cost to produce fully animated cartoons had become more and dealt with the misadventures of a navy sailor. more prohibitive. As costs rose, many of the major cartoon pro- While the war proved to be a timely subject, Hollywood ani- ducers would adopt this method of animation.

Books like this one were were always more comics at the candy store! I still watched car- invaluable and I could never get enough of them. Many seemed to toons, but the pulp adventures of Spider-Man, Thor, Hulk and cover the same ground, but I read them all in search of any new countless others had won me over. Comics took the pulp adven- grain of information. In the spring of my senior year, I was ture to a new level, just as the animated superheroes on TV were accepted at CalArts. becoming less superheroic and more, well, super friendly.

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