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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A Century of Stop-Motion Animation: From Melies to Aardman
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Quoting from the inside cover, “Ray Harryhausen and his co-author Tony Dalton trace the history of stop-motion animation from the almost accidental discovery that inanimate objects could be brought to life on screen to movies such asJurassic Park, which combined stop-motion animation with computer-based techniques to bring a new generation of prehistoric creatures into film.
Show More Show Less. Tony Dalton has known Harryhausen for more than thirty years. The insights of Harryhausen, the 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. To see what your friends meliee of this book, please sign up. A Century of Model Animation: It is pages cemtury length. John Lowndes rated it it was amazing Feb 21, Ray HarryhausenTony Dalton.
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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.
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His previous book, also co-written with Harryhausen, is Ray Harryhausen: The book also mentions quite a few neat sounding movies I’d never heard of.
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A Century of Stop-Motion Animation
A Century of Stop Stop-motin Animation: 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. No eBook available Amazon. There are also some fun stories about the production of various movies.
A Century of Stop-Motion Animation: What does this price mean? 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. From crude model animations in the s, fgom the first animated feature and fromm 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.