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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0810919966, Hardcover)What do Wallace and Gromit, Godzilla, and Gumby have in common? They're all examples of 3-D animation. From Aardman Studios in Bristol, England, winner of three Academy Awards, comes a thorough book on the subject and one of the first to include complete instructions for making a 3-D animated film. 478 illustrations, 450 in color.
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"Creating 3-D Animation, originally published in 1998, has become required reading for animation courses around the world. Now, this revised and expanded edition brings Aardman's ever-evolving technology and new achievements up to date for fans and students of this innovative animation studio." "Authors Peter Lord and Brian Sibley go behind the scenes in the making of the extraordinarily successful Chicken Run (1999), the studio's first feature-length film and the third highest-grossing English film ever released in the United States. Also explored here is the studio's increasing use of CGI, or computer generated imagery. This vastly important application of digital technology was only beginning to impinge on Aardman's work in 1998 - today it is all-pervasive." "With 32 new pages that offer expert advice by one of the world's leading animation studios, this fully illustrated history of Aardman and step-by-step guide to making your own animation film, is a must-have for all animators and animation junkies."--BOOK JACKET.
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