Cartooning Animation 1 With Preston Blair
Learn to Animate Cartoons Step by Step
Paperback ISBN: 0929261518
Provides instructions on cartoon animation, describing how to develop a character's personality, shape, features, and mannerisms; create movements; and construct dialogue to coordinate with movement.
Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain
A Course in Enhancing Creativity and Artistic Confidence
Paperback ISBN: 0874775132
Helps the reader gain access to right-brain functions, which affect artistic and creative abilities, by teaching the skills of drawing through unusual exercises designed to increase visual skills
I Never Saw Another Butterfly
Children's Drawings and Poems from Terezin Concentration Camp 1942-1944
Paperback ISBN: 0805210156
A selection of children's poems and drawings reflecting their surroundings in Terezâin Concentration Camp in Czechoslovakia from 1942 to 1944.
The Creative License
Giving Yourself Permission to Be the Artist You Truly Are
Paperback ISBN: 1401307922
A handwritten and fully-illustrated guide offers an approach to reconnecting with one's own creative energies--using drawing as an example--that ultimately leads to self-expression and creativeness without fear. Original.
Paperback ISBN: 1560520655
This spontaneous and creative approach to the drawing process focuses on careful observation and personal discovery rather than rules, increasing visual perception in simple steps. This spontaneous and creative approach to the drawing process focuses on careful observation and personal discovery rather than rules, increasing visual perception in simple steps.
Hong Kong Comics
A History of Manhua
Paperback ISBN: 1568982690
Asian comics are increasingly popular in the West, where comic and illustration enthusiasts prize them as objects of cultlike devotion. The growing interest in Japanese manga and Chinese manhua-broad terms that refer to cartoons, comics, and picture story books-stems equally from a desire for exotic forms of entertainment and an ever-increasing interest in the artistic, cultural, and political traditions of their originating countries. Wendy Siuyi Wong's voluminously illustrated book Hong Kong Comics examines the history of this genre from its beginnings in the early twentieth century to its most influential contemporary practitioners, and in the process traces the origin of a unique Hong Kong style. Over one thousand color manhua (each with English annotation) introduce the reader to this rich and varied form of Chinese popular culture. Wong examines a wide range of comic types, from political cartoons, to 'lighthearted' humor comics, children's stories, and violent kung fu fighting works. Hong Kong Comics is the first comprehensive illustrated survey of the diverse and fascinating world of Hong Kong manhua.