Academy Award-winning Aardman Studios in Bristol, England, one of the most successful and innovative animation studios in the world, shows you how to make your own 3-D animated film. This practical, fully illustrated step-by-step guide is the most complete book available on the subject. Peter Lord, co-founder of Aardman, takes you through the 3-D animation process from model-making and planning sets to the nuts-and-bolts of editing and the addition of sound. Hundreds of animation examples, including some created specially for this book, cover such basic elements as cameras, lighting, and studio set-ups, simple forms of clay animation, special effects, and how to make believable movements and expressions.
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Peter Lord, with partner David Sproxton, founded Aardman Animation in 1976. He has received several Academy Award nominations for his work on Wallace and Gromit, Chicken Run, and Creature Comforts. Brian Sibley is a writer and broadcaster who has written extensively about Aardman, including Abrams' Chicken Run: Hatching the Movie. Nick Park joined Aardman in 1986. His Oscar-nominated A Grand Day Out (1989) introduced the world to Wallace and Gromit.
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