Art

Rick and Morty Character Guide

Author: Albro Lundy

Publisher: Dark Horse Books

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 160

View: 660

"An oversized full-color hardcover encyclopedia collecting new insights and hilarious trivia on the characters from a multitude of "in-universe" material! Collecting information on the whole cast of characters, this book is a must-have for any fan of the award-winning Adult Swim show!"--

Rick and Morty

Author: Nouman Coloring

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 102

View: 863

This coloring book includes high quality images of Sonic designed to entertain and engage. Featuring a variety of illustrations that are ready to color, this coloring book is sure to satisfy anyone who likes to color.8.5 x11 coloring book

How to Animate Advancing Your Animation Beyond the Basics

Author: Chris Derochie

Publisher: Cobblestone Media

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 170

View: 160

Did you learn the 12 Principles of Animation, thinking it would make you a great animator, only to discover that there was so much more still to learn after that? Have you been frustrated trying to find training on the internet other than just the same old basics? Is an animation school too expensive or difficult a prospect for you? Would you prefer not to spend tens of thousands of dollars? Are you already working in the industry but you're feeling like you will never improve? Do you wish that you could just download the brain of a veteran animator? This informative and easy to read book will teach you how to become a highly skilled professional animator - without having to spend a fortune going to school! By the end of the book, you will have a solid plan for success, including a description of the wide variety of skills you need to learn and how to find the resources to learn it all as inexpensively as possible. It covers ways of discovering your own personalized method of learning, daily training techniques, and a method for fast-tracking your learning to cut years off of your training time. How To Animate is the first of it's kind - a series of 26 books collecting everything I have learned so far in my 30+ year career. It contains all of the advanced techniques that would normally take a lifetime to master! The books are broken into three distinct groups - from techniques to specific challenges to career skills. The first book, Advancing Your Animation Beyond The Basics, is the gateway to all of the others. It will show you what skills you need to learn to become a great animator. The other books in this series will teach you those skills. It doesn't matter what style of animation you do - 3D, 2D, Traditional, Stop Motion - from cartoons to Visual Effects, the techniques, theories and mindset taught in these books directly relate to all of them. Advancing Your Animation Beyond The Basics will lay the foundation for your career in the industry by: * Introducing you to the 4 pillars of Learning Animation - the amazing 4 part system that will allow you to learn, absorb and internalize even the most complex animation skills! * Teaching you all of the important mental skills you will need and how to overcome the mental and emotional roadblocks that are holding you back. * Describing all of the important internal skills you need to clearly visualize your animation in your head - skills like acting, body language, cinematography, interpreting reference and much more. * Planning how you will learn these skills in the best possible method for you as an individual, based on the methods that you personally use to absorb information and skills best! There is no fluff here to pad out the pages and no "history of animation" or other subjects that have already been covered a thousand times in other books. Advancing Your Animation Beyond The Basics will give you the info you want quickly, in a way that you can absorb it and use it immediately. If you're like me, then when you read a book, you are constantly checking your progress to see how much longer it's going to take to get through it. This book is as concise as possible so they can pack as much useful info into as small a space as possible! What's stopping you from taking this one simple step that could change your animation career forever?
Motion picture actors and actresses

The Motion Picture Guide

Author: Jay Robert Nash

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Motion picture actors and actresses

Page: 12

View: 301

Juvenile Fiction

Thisby Thestoop and the Black Mountain

Author: Zac Gorman

Publisher: HarperCollins

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 336

View: 720

Surrounded by all creatures gruesome and grotesque, Thisby Thestoop, the gamekeeper for the Black Mountain Dungeon, is getting roped into another job—saving the princess’s skin—in the debut fantasy-adventure series by Zac Gorman, contributor to the hilarious Rick and Morty comic series. In the absurd land of Nth, Thisby Thestoop can be found within the forlorn walls of Castle Grimstone, down the precarious steps of the Black Mountain dungeon, up to her nose in griffon toenails, gnoll spittle, and troll meat (to give to them, not made of them). When the prince and princess arrive for a Royal Inspection, the much too good-looking Princess Iphigenia winds up lost in the tunnels of the dungeon—without her guards, her staff, or her younger twin brother—and it’s up to Thisby to guide the princess safely past the hoards of minotaurs, wyverns, ghouls, and who-knows-what-else that would love nothing more than to nosh the royal highness for dinner. Thisby Thestoop and Princess Iphigenia have a dangerous adventure ahead of them. If they’re going to a rescue the missing prince, stop a mounting war, and keep safe all the creatures who call the mountain dungeon home, they’ll have to learn how to trust each other. Don't miss the first book in this rollicking new fantasy-adventure series from debut author Zac Gorman!
Performing Arts

The Motion Picture Guide

Author: Edmond Grant

Publisher: Cinebooks

ISBN:

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 600

View: 188

"Few other sources are comparable...Any library with the parent set will want to get this annual supplement."--Booklist. "The MPG Annual is such a help to the film fan, collector, or serious researcher."--Big Reel. The ultimate one-stop guide to the year in movies, The Motion Picture Guide Annual 1999 provides a richly detailed account of every domestic & foreign movie released theatrically in the United States in 1998, as well as many titles released "straight to video." Each entry includes title, star rating, country of origin, running time, production/releasing company, color or black & white, genre, MPAA rating, parental recommendation, cast, & credit listings. Extensively cross-referenced, this unparalleled volume enables readers to find films by star rating, genre, parental recommendation, or an individual's name. You'll also find Academy Award listings, obituaries of film industry figures who died during the year, & a Master List to help you locate films reviewed in earlier editions.
Art

How to Draw Star Wars

Author: VIZ Media

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 68

View: 686

Draw your favorite Star Wars characters! Draw Yoda, Darth Vader, R2-D2, and more, with this fun and easy-to-follow illustration guide! Featuring all your favorite characters in a variety of styles and poses, these step-by-step instructions will have you drawing like a pro in no time!
Performing Arts

Writing for Animation

Author: Laura Beaumont

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA

ISBN:

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 248

View: 816

Animation is one of the fastest growing mediums in the film and television world – whether it's Frozen or Paw Patrol, Family Guy or Rick and Morty. This book is the definitive guide to storytelling for writers, directors, storyboard artists and animators. Suitable for both the student and the professional, it provides indispensable knowledge on the entire process of writing for animated movies, TV series and short films. The reader will be provided with all the tools necessary to produce professional quality scripts that will start, or further, their career in animation. Beginning with the fundamentals of 'why animation?' this book will lead the reader through a series of principles that will raise the level of their storytelling. These principles are tried and tested on a daily basis by the authors who have a twenty-year track record in the animation industry. Many people are trying to break into the world of writing for animation and a lot of the people who are 'already in' would like to get more work. The reality is that writing for animation is a very specific craft that can be learnt like any other craft. This book will give the reader both the basic and advanced techniques that will put them ahead of the rest of the field.
Juvenile Fiction

Steven Universe: Just Right

Author: Rebecca Sugar

Publisher: KaBOOM!

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 112

View: 940

Steven spends quality one-on-one time to tackle complicated emotions with a variety of fan-favorite characters from the hit Emmy Award-nominated Cartoon Network TV series! WE’VE ALL GOT EACH OTHER! After so much time defending the Earth, Steven and the Crystal Gems know the value of teamwork and asking for help. Join Steven on a series of one-on-one adventures with your favorite characters from around Beach City. Explore what it means to feel at home with Lapis and Peridot. See Greg relive his days as a rock star and join Garnet on a solo mission. Oh, and sneak out with Amethyst to join Jenny and Kiki at a concert! Writer Grace Kraft (Ornithia) and artist Rii Abrego (Rick & Morty) guide Steven and the Crystal Gems as they learn what it means to rely on one another in these all-new stories from Cartoon Network’s Steven Universe.
Language Arts & Disciplines

Writing for Animation

Author: Laura Beaumont

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA

ISBN:

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 248

View: 486

"Animation is one of the fastest growing mediums in the film and television world - whether it's Frozen or Paw Patrol, Family Guy or Rick and Morty. This book is the definitive guide to storytelling for writers, directors, storyboard artists and animators. Suitable for both the student and the professional, it provides indispensable knowledge on the entire process of writing for animated movies, TV series and short films. The reader will be provided with all the tools necessary to produce professional quality scripts that will start, or further, their career in animation. Beginning with the fundamentals of 'why animation?' this book will lead the reader through a series of principles that will raise the level of their storytelling. Many people are trying to break into the world of writing for animation and a lot of the people who are 'already in' would like to get more work. The reality is that writing for animation is a very specific craft that can be learnt like any other craft. This book will give the reader both the basic and advanced techniques that will put them ahead of the rest of the field. These principles are tried and tested on a daily basis by the authors, who have over three hundred screen credits to their name, including six animated features"--
Reference

Beetlejuice 196 Success Secrets - 196 Most Asked Questions on Beetlejuice - What You Need to Know

Author: Ashley Hewitt

Publisher: Emereo Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Reference

Page: 232

View: 378

Experience Beetlejuice in a whole new way. There has never been a Beetlejuice Guide like this. It contains 196 answers, much more than you can imagine; comprehensive answers and extensive details and references, with insights that have never before been offered in print. Get the information you need--fast! This all-embracing guide offers a thorough view of key knowledge and detailed insight. This Guide introduces what you want to know about Beetlejuice. A quick look inside of some of the subjects covered: Calypso (album) - Popular culture, Captain Kidd - Comics and animation, Michael McDowell (author) - His works, Takeshi's Castle - United States, East Corinth, Vermont - Geography, Beetlejuice (video game) - Original Game Boy, MPAA film rating system - Language, Burton, Tim - Beetlejuice, Tim Burton - Future projects, Beetlejuice - Theme park attractions, Motion Picture Association of America film rating system - Language, List of films set around Halloween - Children's/family, Overacting - Intentional, Beetlejuice - Reception, Fuck - Censorship, Rick and Morty - Critical reception, Cats Don't Dance - Plot, Sleepy Hollow (film) - Development, The Nightmare Before Christmas - Cast and characters, BAFTA Award for Best Special Visual Effects, 13 Nights of Halloween - Current programming, 61st Academy Awards, Michael Keaton - Later career, Catherine O'Hara, Breakfast Machine, List of programs broadcast by Nickelodeon - Animated, Fictional musical group - C, Dick Cavett - Other work, Sylvia Sidney - Career, Universal Studios Japan - Hollywood, Beetlejuice's Rock and Roll Graveyard Revue - Version 3.0 (2006-2014), Seth Grahame-Smith - Film, Beetlejuice's Rock and Roll Graveyard Revue - Version 3.0, Gothic subculture - 20th century influences, The Nightmare Before Christmas - Production, Beetlejuice (TV series) - Home video releases, and much more...
Television programs

Encyclopedia of Television Shows, 1925 Through 2007: A-E

Author: Vincent Terrace

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Television programs

Page: 1848

View: 479

"This work represents decades of research and television's entire history. While documentation regarding cast and personnel is now often found online, descriptions of the shows from authoritative sources are still not widely available. Terrace fills that gap with this work, which covers more than 9,350 shows and constitutes the most comprehensive documentation of TV series ever published"--Provided by publisher.
Music

MusicHound Soundtracks

Author: Didier C. Deutsch

Publisher: Music Sales Corporation

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 872

View: 206

Offers reviews of more than three thousand albums of film, television, and stage music
Juvenile Fiction

Steven Universe: Just Right

Author: Grace Kraft

Publisher: Boom! Studios

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 112

View: 350

After so much time defending the Earth, Steven and the Crystal Gems know the value of teamwork and asking for help. Join Steven on a series of one-on-one adventures with your favorite characters from around Beach City. Explore what it means to feel at home with Lapis and Peridot. See Greg relive his days as a rock star and join Garnet on a solo mission. Oh, and sneak out with Amethyst to join Jenny and Kiki at a concert! Writer Grace Kraft (Ornithia) and artist Rii Abrego (Rick & Morty) guide Steven and the Crystal Gems as they learn what it means to rely on one another in these all-new stories from Cartoon Network’s Steven Universe.