John Kundert-Gibbs, Kristin Kundert-Gibbs's Action!: Acting Lessons for CG Animators PDF

By John Kundert-Gibbs, Kristin Kundert-Gibbs

As a way to convey a personality to existence, it really is helpful for animators to have an exceptional realizing of performing ideas, and this ebook examines the $64000 talents at the back of the artistry of making lively characters. With a specific emphasis on a character’s motions and stream, this specific source covers the fundamental parts of appearing for CG animation after which progresses to extra complicated issues equivalent to inner purpose and motivation.

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After several dozen to several hundred poses are photographed, each differing only slightly from the last, the photos are combined in a linear sequence, either on a film strip or in some digital playback format (like Apple’s QuickTime container), and played back for an audience at several frames per second. Our ability to perceive a number of individual photos, drawings, and renderings as a form of motion is related to a human feature (or, some would say, defect) called the persistence of vision.

Why Animate? Animation is hard, plain and simple. It is far easier to get a friend to go outside and do a cartwheel for you while you videotape him than it is to create a model, rig the model, and go through the long, painstaking process of animating said model to re-create that cartwheel. So why on earth do people go to the trouble to animate? The reasons are numerous, but the best of them share a common thread: to create something we can’t easily see otherwise. Flying dogs and talking pigs are obvious examples of this (and yes, the pig in Babe and the dog in Underdog are animated, even if they’re in a live-action movie).

Lights by Michael O’Connell. Costumes by Lindsey Goodson. Direction by Kristin Kundert-Gibbs. Most actors develop their own method of acting. Many of them (especially stage actors) have gone through formal training and take bits and pieces from different teachers and different techniques that they have studied. Film and television actors who aren’t as likely to have formally studied the art often learn by trial and error as well as by watching other actors work. Ultimately every actor is an individual and will discover his or her own process for creating his or her art.

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