The Complete Kodak Animation Book

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  • Paperback
  • 192 pages
  • The Complete Kodak Animation Book
  • Charles Solomon
  • English
  • 11 April 2019
  • 9780879853303

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    The Complete Kodak Animation Book is a rather dated history and how to book of film animation The 1983 technology is of course hopelessly out of date, although it gives a good grounding in the history and standard practices of animation up to then.The book has a late Cold War aesthetic that it clearly thinks encompasses everything It focuses on Disney type big studio animation, Hanna Barbera type cheap popular animation, and avant garde animation, with a dazzled, if narrow, view of the emerging field of computer animation which it does not touch upon at all as far as techniques.However, what I find interesting, and weird, is a large section, International Animation An Overview I can t speak for other countries, but in its view of Japan it completely missed the boat It speaks of Japanese avant garde animation involving bunraku puppets and popular TV shows like Sazae San, which is sort of the equivalent of The Flintstones in animation It shows images from films about Greek gods and teddy bears and Japanese family life.What it does not do is acknowledge anime, the single most popular and powerful animated art form to come out of Japan, which even in 1983 was a major force in animation.Oh, it mentions it briefly in the form of toy robot merchandising based animation which enjoys an enthusiastic following in the United States But that is all this book has to say about it There are decidedly no images of any of the popular or influential anime among its images of Japanese animation.In other words, it gives a history of Japanese animation without once naming or showing anime.Leaving anime out of a history of Japanese animation is like telling a history of music in the United States without mentioning rock and roll.In part it s a historic artifact and in part famous last words When this book was published in 1983, the author confidently asserted that There has been no Japanese Disney to establish a strong tradition of full animation A year later, in 1984, Hayao Miyazaki and his Studio Ghibli would release the first of their many epic films, Kaze no Tani no Naushika Nausica of the Valley of the Wind , which were to become international blockbusters and establish them very solidly as the Japanese Disney I really can t speak for the rest of the world, but such an oversight on its history of Japanese animation makes me wonder about what it has to say about the rest of the world Was Eastern European animation in the 1980s was really as avant garde as this book presents it This book feels like a period piece It is narrower and less thorough than The Animation Book A Complete Guide to Animated Filmmaking From Flip books to Sound Cartoons, which even in its 1979 printing remains a useful guide.

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