Richard Williams: The Animator's Survival Kit

CONTENTS

001 WHY THIS BOOK? / MI EZ A KÖNYV?

011 DRAWING IN TIME

023 TIME TO DRAW / A RAJZOLÁS IDEJE

035 IT'S ALL IN THE TIMING AND THE SPACING

041 LESSON 1

046 ADVANCING BACKWARDS TO 1940
047 History of the Chart and Inbetween
048 Extremes and Breakdowns
057 Keys
061 Three Ways to Animate
068 Testing, Testing, Testing
070 The X-Sheet
075 Came the Dawn...
076 The Best Numbering System
078 The Great Ones and Twos Battle
080 The Top and Bottom Pegs Battle

084 MORE ON SPACING
088 Classic Inbetween Mistakes
090 Watch Your Arcs
092 Getting More Movement Within the Mass
096 The Elongated Inbetween
099 The Major Beginner's Mistake
099 The 'Ruff' Approach
101 How Much Do We Leave To the Assistant?
101 Take the Long Shot Cut

102 WALKS
106 Getting the Weight
109 Set the Tempo
111 The Passing Position or Breakdown
115 Two Ways to Plan a Walk
118 The Double Bounce
120 Loosening it Up
128 Digging Deeper into Walks
135 There's Nothing Like Trying It
136 The Heel
136 Foot Action
142 Normal Walk Spacing
146 Weight Shift
147 The Belt Line
148 Arm Movements / Kar mozgások
156 Counteraction
163 The Recipe
167 Sneaks
173 The Tip Toe Sneak

176 RUNS, JUMPS AND SKIPS
189 The 4 Drawing Formula Run
192 The 3 Drawing Run
195 The 2 Drawing Run
200 The Recipe
201 Run, Jump, Skip and Leap
209 Skips
212 Jumps
213 Weight on a Jump

217 FLEXIBILITY
218 The Breakdown
223 Simple Overlap
226 Overlapping Action
230 Simple Counteraction
231 Breaking Joints to Give Flexibility
246 Flexibility in the Face
249 Overlapping Action in the Face
251 Instant Read - Profiles for Readability

256 WEIGHT
262 Pressure and Weight
264 How Much Effort Do We Have To Expend?
269 Dancing
272 Rules of Thumb On Synchronising Action

273 ANTICIPATION
282 Surprise Anticipations
283 Invisible Anticipations

285 TAKES AND ACCENTS
295 A Hard Accent Bounces Back
295 A Soft Accent Continues

297 TIMING, STAGGERS, WAVE AND WHIP
297 Stagger Timings
299 The Side to Side Vibration Formula
301 Whip Action
301 Wave Action

304 DIALOGUE
305 Phrasing
310 Picture and Sound Sync
311 Accents
314 Attitude
314 The Secret

315 ACTING
320 Change of Expression
321 Look for the Contrast
323 An Acting Point
324 Body Language / Testbeszéd
324 Symmetry or 'Twinning'
325 Steal It!
325 Eyes

327 ANIMAL ACTION
328 Live Action Reference
330 Basic Animal Walk Pattern

333 DIRECTING
334 The Brief
334 The Leica Reel
334 separate the Characters
335 Best Foot Forward
335 Casting Animators
335 Making Changes
335 'Say! Say!'
335 Voice Recording
335 Hook Ups
335 Research
335 Editing
335 Believe in Your Material

338 REVIEW
338 The Procedure
339 The Ingredients
342 Acknowledgements

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