Writing for animation, comics and games / Christy Marx.
By: Marx, Christy.Material type: TextPublisher: Amsterdam : Elsevier, 2007Description: xxi, 226 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 0240805828.Subject(s): Animated films -- Authorship | Comic books, strips, etc. -- Authorship | Video games -- AuthorshipDDC classification: 808.23
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 211-215) and index.
ANIMATION : Ch. 1: History/evolution of animation ; Genres & categories ; Alternate forms of animation ; Ch. 2: Terminology ; Script terms and examples ; Other animation terms -- Ch. 3: The basics: The animation process ; The script
process ; The script format ; The differences [between animation and live-action scripts] ; Working out act breaks ; The 3d script vs. the 2d script ; Restrictions breed creativity ; Other things you may be expected to do ; Scriptwriting software ; The
animated feature film ; Beyond the basics (advice, tips, and tricks) -- Ch. 4: Breaking & entering, Breaking into television animation, Breaking into feature animation ; Getting an agent ; Getting paid ; Unions & organizations ; Location location
location -- COMIC BOOKS : Ch. 5: History/evolution of the comic book ; Genres & categories -- Ch. 6: The basics: What is a comic book ; Terminology ; the comic book script ; The script format ; Beyond the basics (advice, tips, and tricks) ; Comic
book script samples -- Ch. 7: Breaking & entering ; Create your own comic ; Copyright & ownership ; Getting an agent ; Getting paid ; Unions & organizations ; Location location location -- VIDEOGAMES : Ch. 8: History/evolution of videogames ;
Videogame categories ; Alternative markets -- Ch. 9: Writing vs. design ; Videogames & Hollywood ; Terminology ; Fundamentals of game design ; Game structure ; More things you need to know -- Ch. 10: The basics: The script format ;
FMV/game trailers ; Design document ; Game bible ; Quests or missions ; Cutscenes and cinematics ; Dialogue ; In-game text ; Technical material or game manual ; Website and promotional materials ; Beyond the basics (advice, tips, and tricks) --
Ch. 11: Breaking & entering ; Publishers and developers ; Getting paid ; Location location location ; Agents ; Unions and organizations.