Animation Art in the Commercial Film


 

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Description

A serious in-depth look at the making of a one-minute animated TV commercial by the animation director Eli Levitan. With the storyboard process, timing sheets, animation, etc. all described and illustrated. With a mopey walk cycle flipbook in the upper corner.

From IMDB.com:

Eli L. Levitan (1916-2003) began his carrer at Max Fleischer Studios. He stayed for 17 years drawing Popeye the Sailor, Betty Boop and other screen favorites. When he left he was Director of Animated Cartoons. During WWII he worked for Paramount Studios and did extensive work in developing training films for the military. In 1949, when television emerged on the scene, he went to work in commercials. He wrote six books on animation. "Animation Art in the Commercial Film", published in 1960, became a standard work in the field and was found in the working libraries of art directors, artists, photographers, writers and account executives and has been used as a textbook.

Features

Eli Levitan

Condition & Attributes

Near Fine (light shelf wear)

Creators

Eli
Levitan

Publishing Information

New York
Reinhold
1960
1st

Physical Description

10.6 inches
8.6 inches
128 pages
over 250 black & white illustrations
hardcover
cloth
English