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Hybrid Animation: Integrating 2D and 3D Assets
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I've animated for 20 plus years atShader Joe's and find Tina's book timely and packed with practicaladvice you won't find integrated this way anywhere else. One ofthese supposedly expert reviewers dings her for mentioning Shakeinstead of After Effects or Nuke, and doesn't seem to understandthe difference between animating, rendering and compositing. Onpage 81 O'Hailey clearly explains the difference between theseprograms and does mention Nuke. If I have a criticism, it is thatI'd like to see more explanations of codecs and media choices basedon technology, not just line mileage. For example, Tina explainsmedia choices based on the artist's visual targets anddistinguishes between paint, line and other styles , but doesn'tinclude the very key variables of photorealistic rasters vs.