Animation Writing and Development: From Script Development to Pitch
  • Animation Writing and Development: From Script Development to Pitch
  • Animation Writing and Development: From Script Development to Pitch

Animation Writing and Development: From Script Development to Pitch

by Jean Ann Wright
     
 

ISBN-10: 0240805496

ISBN-13: 9780240805498

Pub. Date: 01/24/2005

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

The art. The craft. The business. Animation Writing and Development takes students and animation professionals alike through the process of creating original characters, developing a television series, feature, or multimedia project, and writing professional premises, outlines and scripts. It covers the process of developing presentation bibles and pitching

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Overview

The art. The craft. The business. Animation Writing and Development takes students and animation professionals alike through the process of creating original characters, developing a television series, feature, or multimedia project, and writing professional premises, outlines and scripts. It covers the process of developing presentation bibles and pitching original projects as well as ideas for episodes of shows already on the air. Animation Writing and Development includes chapters on animation history, on child development (writing for kids), and on storyboarding. It gives advice on marketing and finding work in the industry. It provides exercises for students as well as checklists for professionals polishing their craft. This is a guide to becoming a good writer as well as a successful one.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780240805498
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publication date:
01/24/2005
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
354
Sales rank:
776,148
Product dimensions:
0.74(w) x 9.25(h) x 7.50(d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements
An Introduction and User's Manual

1. Introduction to Animation
2. The History of Animation
3. Finding Ideas
4. Human Development
5. Developing Characters
6. Development and the Animation Bible
7. Basic Animation Writing Structure
8. The Premise
9. The Outline
10. Storyboard for Writers
11. The Scene
12. Animation Comedy and Gag Writing
13. Dialogue
14. The Scripts
15. Editing and Rewriting
16. The Animated Feature
17. Types of Animation and Other Animation Media
18. Marketing
19. The Pitch
20. Agents, Networking, and Finding Work
21. Children's Media

Glossary
Index

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