Did you learn the 12 Principles of Animation, thinking it would make you a great animator, only to discover that there was so much more still to learn after that? Have you been frustrated trying to find training on the internet other than just the same old basics? Is an animation school too expensive or difficult a prospect for you? Would you prefer not to spend tens of thousands of dollars? Are you already working in the industry but you're feeling like you will never improve? Do you wish that you could just download the brain of a veteran animator? This informative and easy to read book…mehr
Did you learn the 12 Principles of Animation, thinking it would make you a great animator, only to discover that there was so much more still to learn after that? Have you been frustrated trying to find training on the internet other than just the same old basics? Is an animation school too expensive or difficult a prospect for you? Would you prefer not to spend tens of thousands of dollars? Are you already working in the industry but you're feeling like you will never improve? Do you wish that you could just download the brain of a veteran animator? This informative and easy to read book will teach you how to become a highly skilled professional animator - without having to spend a fortune going to school! By the end of the book, you will have a solid plan for success, including a description of the wide variety of skills you need to learn and how to find the resources to learn it all as inexpensively as possible. It covers ways of discovering your own personalized method of learning, daily training techniques, and a method for fast-tracking your learning to cut years off of your training time. How To Animate is the first of it's kind - a series of 26 books collecting everything I have learned so far in my 30+ year career. It contains all of the advanced techniques that would normally take a lifetime to master! The books are broken into three distinct groups - from techniques to specific challenges to career skills. The first book, Advancing Your Animation Beyond The Basics, is the gateway to all of the others. It will show you what skills you need to learn to become a great animator. The other books in this series will teach you those skills. It doesn't matter what style of animation you do - 3D, 2D, Traditional, Stop Motion - from cartoons to Visual Effects, the techniques, theories and mindset taught in these books directly relate to all of them. Advancing Your Animation Beyond The Basics will lay the foundation for your career in the industry by: * Introducing you to the 4 pillars of Learning Animation - the amazing 4 part system that will allow you to learn, absorb and internalize even the most complex animation skills! * Teaching you all of the important mental skills you will need and how to overcome the mental and emotional roadblocks that are holding you back. * Describing all of the important internal skills you need to clearly visualize your animation in your head - skills like acting, body language, cinematography, interpreting reference and much more. * Planning how you will learn these skills in the best possible method for you as an individual, based on the methods that you personally use to absorb information and skills best! There is no fluff here to pad out the pages and no "history of animation" or other subjects that have already been covered a thousand times in other books. Advancing Your Animation Beyond The Basics will give you the info you want quickly, in a way that you can absorb it and use it immediately. If you're like me, then when you read a book, you are constantly checking your progress to see how much longer it's going to take to get through it. This book is as concise as possible so they can pack as much useful info into as small a space as possible! What's stopping you from taking this one simple step that could change your animation career forever?
The one question that Chris has a hard time answering is, "Where are you from?" He has moved nearly 30 times in his life so far and he has lived and worked in several countries around the world. Chris is a self-taught animator that began his career at age 17 and is still working at a furious pace 33 years later. He spent the first 15 years of his career in traditional hand-drawn animation, working for some of the biggest studios in the world and drawing iconic characters like Aladdin, Goofy and Thumbelina. He ran his own small animation studio in Ireland for 10 years before moving to Canada and entering the world of visual effects for film and television. Although he has worked on a multitude of high profile films like District 9, A Goofy Movie and the Twilight Saga, if you ask him what his proudest accomplishment is, he would tell you (with a nerdy glint in his eye) that he has worked on all three of the Stargate series. There's no better feeling than working on a show that you're already a huge fan of! Chris is currently a College Professor of Animation at Okanagan College in Kelowna, BC and was formerly the Supervising Animation Director at Bardel Entertainment's Kelowna branch, helping guide the animation teams that make some of the world's most popular tv shows like Rick and Morty, Teen Titans Go, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and several shows for Dreamworks. Chris has been writing "How To Animate" a series of 26 books on advanced animation techniques for over 19 years. He is also a novelist, currently working on a fantasy series. If you are interested in finding out more about Chris or would like to book him for speaking engagements or workshops, please follow this link to his Website, Vlog and animation training course! www.HowToAnimate.net
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