This is a very basic how to guide by Zoran Perisic on producing an animation film and the author begins by addressing the different kinds of animation from cel animation to cut outs and cycles. Once that is established, the author then writes at length about the technical aspects of camera, lighting and attachment equipment before moving on to special effects. One such effect is rotoscoping - used to great effect in Richard Linklater's 'A Scanner Darkly'. Also included are sections on live action, slit-scan, space shots, and travelling mattes, as well as using a rostrum camera to film animation scenes.
|Dimensions||height 215mm; width 140mm; depth 10mm|
|Country of origin||UK|
|Related people||Zoran Perisic (author)|
Part of the Roy Fowler Collection