How to Make a Cartoon
by M. Usman and John Davidson and Mendon Cottage Books


Overview - Table of Contents Preface Chapter # 1: Creating Cartoon Characters Have an Idea of How the Character Will Look Draw It Don't Ignore Colors Give it a Personality - Give it a Background Get Feedback Revise Chapter # 2: Writing for Your Animation Define Your Objective Write a Storyboard Write a Script Tips to Enhance Your Story Your Characters Must Overcome Impossible Challenges - Emphasize Emotions Chapter # 3: Understanding Your Audience Knowing audiences previous knowledge You Will Know What Language to Use You Will Know What Style They Prefer You Will Understand How to Reach Them Chapter # 4: Tools You Will Need to Make Cartoons Computer Tablet Microphones Speakers Software Chapter # 5: Methods of Creating Cartoons 2D Cartoons 3D Animation Chapter # 6: Softwares to Use When Making Cartoons Maya Blender Adobe Flash Anime Studio CreaToon Chapter # 7: An Introduction to Sound Effects It Reinforces Emotions Sounds Draw Attention Create Anticipation Sounds Make Your Movie Come to Life Where to Get Sounds Chapter # 8: Recording Voices for Your Animation Choose a Room Have a Good Mic Have Recording Software Use a Pop Shield Have Headphones Stand up When Recording Put the Script on a Stable Surface Voice Must Match Lip Movements Chapter # 9: Promoting Your Cartoons Have a Website Don't Ignore Social Networking Submit to Local TV stations - Have a Stunning Trailer Ask People to Share Your Cartoon Chapter # 10: Making a Living as a Cartoon Maker Aim High Perfect Your Skills Make Demos Read and Learn Conclusion Author Bio Publisher Preface You definitely have some cartoons you enjoy watching.  Read more...

 
In Stock.

This item is Non-Returnable.
FREE Shipping for Club Members
 
> Check In-Store Availability

In-Store pricing may vary

 
 
New & Used Marketplace 2 copies from $10.70
 
 
 

More About How to Make a Cartoon by M. Usman; John Davidson; Mendon Cottage Books
 
 
 
Overview
Table of Contents Preface Chapter # 1: Creating Cartoon Characters Have an Idea of How the Character Will Look Draw It Don't Ignore Colors Give it a Personality - Give it a Background Get Feedback Revise Chapter # 2: Writing for Your Animation Define Your Objective Write a Storyboard Write a Script Tips to Enhance Your Story Your Characters Must Overcome Impossible Challenges - Emphasize Emotions Chapter # 3: Understanding Your Audience Knowing audiences previous knowledge You Will Know What Language to Use You Will Know What Style They Prefer You Will Understand How to Reach Them Chapter # 4: Tools You Will Need to Make Cartoons Computer Tablet Microphones Speakers Software Chapter # 5: Methods of Creating Cartoons 2D Cartoons 3D Animation Chapter # 6: Softwares to Use When Making Cartoons Maya Blender Adobe Flash Anime Studio CreaToon Chapter # 7: An Introduction to Sound Effects It Reinforces Emotions Sounds Draw Attention Create Anticipation Sounds Make Your Movie Come to Life Where to Get Sounds Chapter # 8: Recording Voices for Your Animation Choose a Room Have a Good Mic Have Recording Software Use a Pop Shield Have Headphones Stand up When Recording Put the Script on a Stable Surface Voice Must Match Lip Movements Chapter # 9: Promoting Your Cartoons Have a Website Don't Ignore Social Networking Submit to Local TV stations - Have a Stunning Trailer Ask People to Share Your Cartoon Chapter # 10: Making a Living as a Cartoon Maker Aim High Perfect Your Skills Make Demos Read and Learn Conclusion Author Bio Publisher Preface You definitely have some cartoons you enjoy watching. And you surely have thought of making such cartoons yourself. The imagination of bringing lifeless characters to life is fascinating, and so is the idea of creating worlds you can only explore in your dreams. Producing all this, however, may seem like an impossible task. You can tell that you will need to make huge investments just to get started. Fortunately, this is not the case anymore. Advancements in technology have made the process of making cartoons easy. A computer and some special softwares are all you need to get your feet in the industry. In this book, I will show you how you can make cartons without breaking the bank. You will find tips on creating characters, promotion, recording voices, and more. I'm sure you will like the book. Enjoy the reading.


This item is Non-Returnable.

 
Details
  • ISBN-13: 9781518777233
  • ISBN-10: 1518777236
  • Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publish Date: October 2015
  • Page Count: 48
  • Dimensions: 9.02 x 5.98 x 0.12 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.23 pounds


Related Categories

Books > Art > Techniques - Cartooning

 
BAM Customer Reviews