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  Hybrid animation : integrating 2D and 3D assets

O'Hailey, Tina
Language : EnglishAmsterdam [etc.] : Focal, copyright 2010X, 281 orrialde : koloretako eta zuri-beltzeko irudiak ; 24 cm(Ikus) Testua: bitartekorik gabeISBN : 978-0-240-81205-2 .Computer animation |
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Imaginations continue to grow and stretch the boundaries of traditional animation. Integrating 2D with 3D assets in a single project blasts away the limitations of a specific animation medium, software package, or workflow process.
Enhance a poignant scene by choosing to animate the scenic background in 2D while the main character is brought to life with 3D techniques. Balance the budget demands of a project by integrating 2D and 3D assets to save time and expense. Choose which medium lends itself best to the artistic and narrative direction of a project. With Hybrid Animation, learn how to develop 2D and 3D animations and troubleshoot issues, saving you time and money. Insight and inspiration is at your fingertips with exercises, step by step tutorials and features interviews with Todd Redner, Supervising Animation Director, Radical Axis Inc. and Marty Altman, former CGI Technical Director, Walt Disney Feature Animation.
- Achieve 2D and 3D character interactions and learn to animate beyond the mediums of classical animation with class exercises, projects and step by step tutorials for students and advanced animators.
- Produce high-quality 2D and 3D narratives, regardless of the software you use; featuring Photoshop, Corel, Flash, After Effects and Maya, Shake, Houdini, and Toon Boom Workflows.
- Think critically about visual styles, the effects of 2D/3D overlaying in animation creation and the entire pipeline from start to finish.
- Explore hybrid animation techniques and insider tricks with the global animation community with an online forum and companion website:

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