We've been feeling a little flush in the library, and have managed to subscribe to some new magazines (actually, we've had a little money from various titles ceasing publication).
Colors [Photography / Fashion]
Critical Studies in Television [Film and Television] - online only (actually a journal)
London Review of Books [General]
Printed pages [General - art and design]
Tank Magazine [General - art and culture]
Tate etc [General - art]
V magazine [Fashion]
At the present time, Kilimanjaro, seems to have gone quiet (in fact the last issue came out at the end of 2011, but they assure me it is just resting rather than dead). If we see a new edition, we'll get it on a one-off basis.
Thursday, 7 August 2014
We now have two copies of the Richard Williams' Animator's Survival Kit DVD-set in stock in the library. The set comprises 16 DVDs, covering the following:
Disc 1. Starting right -- Disc 2. Timing and spacing -- Disc 3. Working methods -- Disc 4. More timing, more spacing -- Disc 5. Building walks -- Disc 6. Flexibility in a walk -- Disc 7. Sneaks, runs, and animal action -- Disc 8. Flexibility -- Disc 9. Overlapping action and weight -- Disc 10. Takes -- Disc 11. Vibrates -- Disc 12. Anticipation and accents -- Disc 13. Dialogue 1. -- Disc 14. Dialogue 2. -- Disc 15. Directing and performance -- Disc 16. Putting it all together.
Find out more about the DVDs at the Animator's Survival Kit website.