Animation : from concept to consumer
|Format:||Print Book 2015|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 1 of 2 copies|
Some of today's most fascinating careers revolve around the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). With this exciting new series, readers can get a close look at how people in these careers are helping to build our future. They will also discover how workers have used STEM skills to solve problems and innovate throughout history.
From early successes such as Steamboat Willie and the Merrie Melodies series to modern masterpieces such as WALL-E and Spirited Away , the world of animated film and television has come a long way since its beginning. Readers will trace the history of animation from its earliest roots to its most recent successes and beyond. They will also learn about the different types of artists, engineers, and filmmakers who have made this incredible blend of art and technology possible throughout the decades.
FeaturesDiagrams, graphs, and charts help to clarify complex subjects Unique visual designs draw readers in and encourage them to invest Interviews with real-life workers give readers an up-close look at their jobs Helpful statistics assist readers in planning their future careers
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|Series||Calling all innovators : a career for you?|
-- Vocational guidance
-- Juvenile literature.
Animation (Cinematography) -- Vocational guidance -- Juvenile literature.
Animated films -- Vocational guidance.
Animation (Cinematography) -- Vocational guidance.
|Publisher|| New York :2015
64 pages : color illustratons ; 24 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|ISBN||9780531206133 (library binding)
0531206130 (library binding)