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Infinite Animation This book examines the life and animated art of the late Adam K Beckett Beckett is known for his six award winning animations made between the years 1972 1975 that were ground breaking at the time and that continue to influence artists today He is also recognized for his contributions to the first Star Wars movie as he was head of the animation and rotoscoping area Beckett was a shooting star during a critical time of change; an innovative genius as well as a uniue and compelling character His life and work illuminates significant social and cultural changes of that time the emerging independent animation movement of the 1970s in the United States; the rebirth of the visual effects industry; the intersection of animation with newly developed video imaging and computer graphics; and the intense Cultural Revolution that occurred in the 1960s Beckett's work in animation and effects was pioneering His premature death cemented his mythic reputation as a larger than life artist and personality Key FeaturesA comprehensive biography of Adam Beckett based on original researchPhotographs of and drawings by Beckett that are not yet published or availableCritical look at his six primary films that include insight into his techniues and processInsight into the re emerging visual effects field through Beckett's work at Robert Abel and Associations and Industrial Light and MagicThe emergence of a golden age of independent animation in the United StatesKey FeaturesA comprehensive biography of Adam Beckett based on original research Photographs of and drawings by Beckett that are not yet published or available Critical look at his six primary films that include insight into his techniues and process Insight into the re emergin visual effects field through Beckett's work at Robert Abel and Associations and Industrial Light and Magic The emergence of a golden age of independent animation in the United States

  • Hardcover
  • 208 pages
  • Infinite Animation
  • Pamela Taylor Turner
  • 11 September 2016
  • 9780815382003

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