Animation in Context is an illustrated introduction to cultural theory, contextual research and critical analysis. By making academic language more accessible, it empowers animators with the confidence and enthusiasm to engage with theory as a fun, integral, and applied part of the creative process.
Interviews with contemporary industry professionals and academics, student case studies and a range of practical research exercises, combine to encourage a more versatile approach to animation practice Â? from creating storyboards to set designs and soundtracks; as well as developing virals, 3D zoetropes and projection mapping visuals.
Mark Collington focuses on a core selection of theoretical approaches that shape animation narrative, supported by a broader set of shared theoretical principles from the worlds of art, design, film and media studies. This discussion is underpinned by cross-disciplinary thinking on a range of topics including genre, humour, montage and propaganda.
These are applied to the analysis of a range of animated films and projects from Disney and AnimÃ©, to independent artist-filmmakers such as Wendy Tilby, Amanda Forbis and Jerzy Kucia. These ideas are also applied to other uses of animation such as advertising, sitcom, gaming and animated documenta
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|Size: ||71.5 MB|
|Publisher: ||Bloomsbury Visual Arts|
|Date published: || 2017|
|ISBN: ||9781350033894 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|