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On Animation: The Director's Perspective Vol 2 from CRC Press
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On Animation: The Director's Perspective Vol 2 from CRC PressCRC Press has published On Animation: The Director's Perspective Vol 2, 1st Edition.

Be a fly on the wall as industry leaders Bill Kroyer and Tom Sito take us through insightful face-to-face interviews, revealing, in these two volumes, the journeys of 23 world-class directors as they candidly share their experiences and personal views on the process of making feature animated films. The interviews were produced and edited by Ron Diamond.

Your job is not to be the one with the answers. You should be the one that gets the answers. Thatís your job. You need to make friends and get to know your crew. These folks are your talent, your bag of tricks. And thatís where youíre going to find answers to the big problems - Andrew Stanton

Itís hard. Yet the pain you go through to get what you need for your film enriches you, and it enriches the film. Ė Brenda Chapman

Frank and Ollie always used to say that great character animation contains movement that is generated by the characterís thought process. It canít be plain movement. Ė John Lasseter

The beauty of clay is that it doesnít have to be too polished, or too smooth and sophisticated. You donít want it to be mechanical and lifeless. Ė Nick Park

The good thing about animation is that tape is very cheap. Let the actor try things. This is where animation gets to play with spontaneity. You want to capture that line as it has never been said before. And, most likely, if you asked the actor to do it again, he or she just canít repeat that exact performance. But you got it. Ė Ron Clements

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