How to Animate Film Cartoons by Preston Blair

 

How to Animate Film Cartoons by Preston Blair (1980)
original final art for publication pencil, black lithographic crayon and gray and black ink on trimmed paper mounted to 20″ x 15″ board, image size: 13.5″ x 13″

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This is the original final art created by famed animator-author Preston Blair and published on page 16 of the 1980 edition of his animation instruction book How to Animate Film Cartoons published by Walter T. Foster. The drawings are titled “Dialogue Expressions — Pointers.” The text explaining these techniques appeared along the right side and at the bottom of the page. Mr. Blair created the drawings and title on four (4) sheets that he mounted in position for publication. Publisher’s handwritten notes in the top margin.

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How to Animate Film Cartoons by Preston Blair (1980)
original final art for publication
pencil, india ink and white opaque watercolor on trimmed paper mounted to 20″ x 15″ board, image size: 17.75″ x 13.5″

This is the original final art created by famed animator-author Preston Blair and published on page 12 of the 1980 edition of his animation instruction book How to Animate Film Cartoons published by Walter T. Foster. The drawings demonstrate “Foreshortening” and “Perspective.” The text explaining these techniques appeared in two sections in the middle of the page. Mr. Blair created the drawings and title on eleven (11) sheets that he mounted in position for publication. Publisher’s handwritten notes in the top margin

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