Borrowed the latest edition with DVD from library and bought an used copy. Fun to read from many points of view. Explained keys aspects and thoughts behind the curves and colors.Published on Dec 12 2012 by Kong Yar K Kao
An inspiring breakdown of animation for any great aspirations. Yes. YES! YES!!!! OH YEAH!!!!! YEEEEAH!!!! YEA-YUH!!! H'OH YEAH!!!! GIT R' DONE!!!!Published on Oct. 17 2012 by iBuyThings
I took a course of 3D and 2D animation and this book was on my shopping list. The price in the stores was ridiculous! I couldn't afford this book! Read morePublished on March 6 2012 by Alexandra
If you want to become either a 2d or 3d animator, this book is a must read.Published on Nov. 7 2009 by Y. Leclerc
I have been looking for a book like this for over a decade.
The detail is excellent.
The "fun to read" and "easy to understand style" of this book, is... Read more
When I bought this book I wasn't to sure how many times I was going to open it.. I have had this book for a few months now.. and it is one of the most used books in my library. Read morePublished on Feb. 25 2004 by Genevieve
I've only read through about 50 pages of this book so far, but... omigod what an awesome book! Definitely should be on the shelf of anyone serious about character animation,... Read morePublished on Oct. 17 2003 by Brett McCoy
This book shows would-be animators ALL of the basics that they should now!
If you want to be an animator - regardless of the medium (paper or digital) - then this is the book... Read more
This book is at the level of importance as that of Thomas and Johnston's "Disney Animation: Illusion of Life" and Preston Blairs how to books. Read morePublished on May 1 2003 by T. Schott