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2. He puts exercises throughout the book to make you apart of the learning experience. You not only get the information, but you apply it right away

2. You not only get the information, but you apply it right away. so when you get to your own projects, you've already done half the battle of exploring and experimenting with rough work. You can make mistakes with his exercises rather than big mistakes on your own projects.

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A glimpse into the journey of getting a script onto the big screen.

Animation contains more than 130 illustrations, from the work of leading animators worldwide (including the author himself) to sketches that teach and graphic exercises for hands-on experience for the novice. Animation from script to screen. This is basically a text for the tyro animator. Culhane, for many years with Walt Disney, discusses the role of each member of an animation team and the uses of computers, storyboarding, and music.

Read writing about Animation in Script To Screen. Script to Screen (STS) is a monthly blog on the Art and Business of Animation, and general thoughts on the animation industry at large. Formerly the official blog of the animation studio, Echo Bridge, STS, is now its own independent platform.

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If you want to write movie screenplays, you need to read movie screenplays – it’s just as essential as batting practice for professional baseball players.

Shamus Culhane, the animator who made the dwarfs in Snow White, achieves something few are able to: He makes it possible to learn a concrete skill from a book. Covering every aspect of film animation, from basic mechanics to giving creativity full play,and including writing, recording, acting, dialogue-even how to mange an animation studio of one's own, Culhane fulfills the promise of his title-"from script to screen."Animation contains more than 130 illustrations, from the work of leading animators worldwide (including the author himself) to sketches that teach and graphic exercises for hands-on experience for the novice.
  • Nkeiy
Mr. Culhane's book is a must and has been for a while on the shelves of most of the past and presents animators and students. He is one of the only ones that has taken the time to express what it takes if one cannot garner experience, connections, and a portfolio through traditional schooling. It is highly recommended, but anything is possible! He goes through a briefing of the entire process, and this is probably one of the great touches of script writing that is available from an artist.
  • Flower
Great insight to animation pipeline of the days passed, still this has core concepts still used today.
  • Rexfire
It's a little beat up, but I knew that the book was used anyways, so I wasn't disappointed. When it comes to books, the most important thing is what you learn from the book. And this book is really great (a little dated, but the concepts still apply) and has a lot of information.
  • Andronrad
Loved it...!!! A very informative book.
  • NI_Rak
this book would great if they would updat it. However, it's a must have for anyone starting out in animation. I have a few reasons why I think this book is great.

1. it's an easy read. Some writer's try to make animation more complicated by writing boring and complicated books. Half the time you don't understand their point. This book however got to the point in a clear and enjoyable way.

2. He puts exercises throughout the book to make you apart of the learning experience. You not only get the information, but you apply it right away. so when you get to your own projects, you've already done half the battle of exploring and experimenting with rough work. You can make mistakes with his exercises rather than big mistakes on your own projects. You can start out your own projects with a more polished style.

3. For less than $15 you can learn what they teach you in an animation class. Unless you need the credit for school, save your money and start with this book.

4. Great, Great book for the beginner.

5. Overall it's worth the money. I will refer to this guide often as I continue to learn and work in animation.
  • Mautaxe
Shamus Culhane's book is very good if you are a serious about learning the process of animation. It isn't filled with a lot of pretty pictures but it gives one of the best overviews of the entire animation process. It also encourages you to do drawing excercises which are very necessary to becoming an animator. The one minute sketches in particular are very hard for some people to work on if you like making pretty pictures. They might be a good indicator of whether you are suited to doing animation as a career. I wouldn't classify this book for someone who just enjoys animation and is kind of thinking about what it would be like to be an animator. Chuck Amuck and Illusion of life are better for entertainment and pictures. If you are not willing to participate with the book you will not benefit from it though you may enjoy some of the history and learning what goes into a production. However this book is really for someone who really really wants to be an animator. If that describes you than this is one of the better books out there and certainly one of the books you should peruse on your journey.
  • Thetalas
Excellent book for a beginning animator. He presents the trials of animation as a profession and the dedication necessary to create animation that is layered, stylish, and believeable. It's not so much a step by step, technical book, as an inspirational guide book for aspiring studio animators possibly working as PAs or independently, trying to break into the studio system.
This book is a must for anyone who wants to be serious about animaton. It covers in tiny details every possible step for a movie, be it a full feature or a 30 seconds advertising. Even tho it was written before the "digital revolution", its advice still matters a lot. Strongly recommended.