Preston Blair’s Animation (Book 1) is the best “how to” book on cartoon animation ever published. When Blair put the book together in 1947, he used the characters he had animated at Disney and MGM to illustrate the various basic principles of animation.
Designers and illustrators have always been in love with paper. Even those who like using advanced tecnology on their work end up with a piece of paper to make roughs, drafts and unpretentious draw…
I like the idea of this, but instead of water I'd like some kind of quote to flow out of the trunk.