Section 4
Section 3
Section 1:
The MagaZine
Totally Cool
The Magazine
outtakes and misc.
Stay Tuned. On the road
of what you relate to ...
Richard Renda
Editorial Director
"The Official Editorial Authority"
copyright 2003
All rights reserved.
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A Song. Wait. And adjust
... your volume.
A Magazine Alive
Laurie S. Schechter
"World's First Vogue Style Editor"
Editorial Music Credit:
I'm In A Bind
Rhian Benson
Sugarbread Music

This is the 3-D Animation character "Gromit." He's leaving home. For the rain scene
in The Wrong Trousers, the animators super imposed live-action rain. The water
running down Gromit's coat is actually tiny blobs of glycerine which were animated
frame by frame.
Since The Books Are Open -- Create.
On a rainy day what you need is a good book.
But there are numerous people who do not like
to read. That problem is easily solved. All they
need then is a book with pictures that makes a
person want to read. A moving story could be
viewed, seen as ... a 3-Dimensional World.
This book is chock filled with visuals. A good read
that spans the range from Basic Needs to Making A
Film, from camera to storyboard. Chapters include
the 2 simple techniques -- Clay Animation and Object
Animation. Along with Models and Modelmaking, Set
Making and Set Design, and Animation Performance.
If you have a bored or restless child that has a video
camera, give them a book ... and they will Create.
3-D Animation sold in fine bookstores.
Creating. A 3-D Character.
For experienced and novice filmmakers alike, "3-D Animation" by Peter Lord and
Brian Sibley provides clear step by step instructions for making both simple and
sophisticated animated films.
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