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Animation and 3d Modeling on the Mac by Don…

Animation and 3d Modeling on the Mac

by Don Foley

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0201884208, Paperback)

The world isn't flat. Your animations needn't be, either. This visual, instructional volume guides experienced and novice animators through the exhilarating but complex challenge of designing in 3D. More than 750 striking, full-color illustrations demonstrate work from the world's best modelers and animators. Plus, you'll learn the software you need most, including Director, Photoshop, Premiere, Infini-D, ray Dream Designer, KPT Bryce, and more.

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