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Creating Characters with Personality: For…
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Creating Characters with Personality: For Film, TV, Animation, Video…

by Tom Bancroft

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From Snow White to Shrek, from Fred Flintstone to SpongeBob SquarePants, the design of a character conveys personality before a single word of dialogue is spoken. Designing Characters with Personality shows artists how to create a distinctive character, then place that character in context within a script, establish hierarchy, and maximize the impact of pose and expression. Practical exercises help readers put everything together to make their new characters sparkle. Lessons from the author, who designed the dragon Mushu (voiced by Eddie Murphy) in Disney's Mulan—plus big-name experts in film, TV, video games, and graphic novels—make a complex subject accessible to every artist.

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Featuring practical, step-by-step exercises created by Disney and Big Idea productions animator Bancroft, this book shows artists how to create a distinctive character, place characters in context within a script, establish a hierarchy, and maximize the impact of pose and expression. For mature readers. Ill., some col. 144pp. BRODART CO., c2006.

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