Directing for Animation: Behind the Scenes with Animation Greats (英语) 平装
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美国亚马逊： 16 条评论
Servanthood a great start2015年2月11日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
Its about time someone released a book with an exclusive focus on animated movies. It does fall short in some subjects that are relevant to the medium however the author does give insight to inner workings of Disney. Bancroft is a character animator who was appointed as character animator for Iiago in Aladdin, then as a result was tapped as part of a duo for Mulan. Right now I am reading it and will give a follow up to finishing the book. Most significant point of book was the opening: A director may sound great to be in charge of the film, however first and foremost despite all the news headings and what you see. A director is a servant first off to his crew, and then you know the studio. You are the crosswinds of communication for the entire production. You have to have open communication with everyone, and as well as respect. Learning a lot stay tuned for more a review.
For animators, video game and VFX artists, and people in genral2019年12月29日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
This is a great book if you are in the industry and looking to better understand directing or supervising/leadership, this is your book. While written for animation it has application to managing games and VFX or management in general. It is a very easy read and enjoyable. One of the better books I have read on the subject.
A Great Book for Management2014年1月26日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
Managers everywhere can benefit by reading the sage words of Tony Bancroft. I work directly with Tony and initially bought his book just to have. It is a highly insightful and enjoyable read and it explains to me exactly why this magnetic personality is such a good director and a good boss. Life in a production studio is very interesting, and being in charge of such an "interesting" group of people can be equated to herding cats. Tony does it masterfully. Other directors come to our studio to work for him. I don't think I'll ever be a director, but that doesn't change the fact that this book is one of my favorite in my library.
Understanding the Politics and People Management of Being an Animation Director.2013年11月30日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
Tony Bancroft does a great job at introducing the concept of being a studio animation director and the politics involved in the job. The interviews with animation directors like Dean Deblois, Pete Docter and Eric Goldberg also provided interesting insights into the job of being an animation director in a studio. I would recommend this book to students or young professionals who are considering becoming an animation director and interested in learning insights about the political and people management side of the business.
Great Introduction to Directing Animation2013年11月3日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
Tony Bancroft has crafted a refreshingly honest and insightful look at the work of Directing for animation. It is filled with great stories, interesting interviews with industry leaders, and sage wisdom. Bancroft's story about directing the voice session with Eddie Murphy alone is worth the price of admission. Bancroft pulls few punches with frank talk about creative road blocks, failures and triumphs, complicated producer relationships, and more. Bancroft speaks with authority as a creative who started as an animator and climbed to prominence in the heyday of modern Disney animation. Any friend of Pumbaa is a friend of mine. Highly recommended.