A pioneer shares his memories and insights on the technique he defined • Completes the best-selling trilogy that began withRay Harryhausen: An Animated . A century of stop motion animation: from Méliès to Aardman / Ray of this film genre, from its origins in feature animation in the s through the present day, . NPR coverage of A Century of Stop Motion Animation: From Melies to Aardman by Ray Harryhausen and Tony Dalton. News, author interviews, critics’ picks and .
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This technique was the most successful way of creating cinematic monsters and fantasy creatures before the advent of computer-generated imagery CGI. Anthony Pinder rated it it was amazing Aug 23, In this book Ray Harryhausen and his co-author Tony Dalton trace the history of the genre to which Ray devoted the whole of his working life, from the almost accidental discovery that inanimate objects could be brought to life on the screen to movies such as Jurassic Park, which combined model animation with computer-based techniques to bring a new generation of prehistoric creatures to life.
A film historian and writer, he runs his own archive research company. He received an honorary Oscar in and a star on the Hollywood walk of fame in Jan 23, Jesse Bray rated it it was amazing. In doing so he gives his readers a fascinating insight into the patience and ingenuity of the animators, explains the development and refinement of the technology, especially that which enabled actors and animated models to interact on the same screen, and gives us tantalising glimpses of the many abandoned projects which litter the history of model animation.
I’d rather read a history with more attention paid to othe The writing in this book is actually pretty bad, but the book was obviously put together with a lot of love. I’ll lose myself in it for hours. I’d rather read a history with more attention paid to other artists Harryhausen is fun, but I centugy he gets a disproportionate amount of attention.
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Aurum- Animated films – pages. The insights of Harryhausen, the pioneer wnimation name is indelibly linked with stop-motion, add a rich extra dimension to this history, packed with cinematic monsters, fantasy creatures, the imaginings of Tim Burton and Aardman, and much more.
The insights of Harryhausen, centudy pioneer whose name is indelibly linked with stop-motion, add a rich extra dimension to this history, packed with cinematic monsters, fantasy creatures, the imaginings of Tim Burton and Aardman, and much more.
The price may be the seller’s own price elsewhere or another seller’s price. A Century of Model Animation: From animaiton model animations in the s through the first animated feature and into the computer age, Ray Harryhausen and his co-author, Tony Dalton, reveal the patience and ingenuity of animators and explain the development of the technology.
A Century of Stop-Motion Animation: From Melies to Aardman by Ray Harryhausen
Never-before-published stills and photos of the artists at work, sketches and storyboards for projects both realized and abandoned, and a host of recently unearthed memorabilia make A Century of Stop-Motion Animation a must-have for all fans of animation and film. This item doesn’t belong on this page.
Watson-Guptill Publications- Performing Arts – pages. A comprehensive, well researched guide to a history of stop motion supported by clear, detailed photographs and images.
The technique of stop-motion model animation — bringing models to life by filming them one frame at a time — was the most important way of creating cinematic monsters and fantasy creatures before the advent of computer-generated imagery. Barry Harding rated it really liked it Apr 02, My library Help Advanced Book Search.
A Century of Stop-Motion Animation: From Melies to Aardman
From crude model animations in the s, through the first animated feature and into the computer age, Ray Harryhausen and his co-author, Tony Dalton, reveal the patience and ingenuity of animators and explain the development of the technology. My brother gave this hard cover edition to frm as a gift.
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