Finally decided on book

Even though I've been too busy to return the query letter to the publisher that was interested in me doing a book for them 0_0 I'm going to do a book and figure out how to release it when its done... but yeh I've decided that the best thing I could right now is to make a guide to making solo animated cg feature films... because there is no book for that... I'll release the book when HSM comes out so then I'll have made 2 animated cg features alone using my process which I will share in the book... It will be both technical and motivational/philosophical... think of a mix between "Rebel without a crew" and "The war of art"... So yeh thats what I'm gonna do... I'll interview the other people that have made solo animated feature films as well and put them in the book... My goal with the book is to turn you into an unstoppable one man army animator ^ ^ I will share all my techniques and tactics...

Y0 Thorgin! I just posted the complete c4d/Zbrush vid ^ ^

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  1. YES! WE NEED MORE BOOKS ABOUT THIS PROCESS! A very dear friend of mine, Tim Albee, wrote a book a few years ago called "CGI Filmmaking/ The Creation of Chost Warrior." If you haven't checked it out yet I highly recommend it. His tool of choice at that time was Lightwave; the book is filled to over-flowing with lots of practical tips for the lone animator / storyteller.

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  2. Great news. I'm really looking forward to read that and more than willing to translate it for you in spanish/german (if needed) ,D
    (it may also help you as a self-reflection of your work, which is always useful).
    Greets from Germany
    -Thomas

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  3. Dude do it!That would be great!

    Oh and I saw that post about the Cambodian WATS bootleg...I would pay to see the looks on the ppls faces after they start watching their new movie..HAHAHAHA

    It's just so sad that Cambodia had to be wiped out like that...so many head implosions...so little time

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  4. So glad to hear you want to write a book about solo animation. I'd buy it in a heartbeat.

    If you are interested in self-publishing try lulu.com. They have a good reputation and are reasonably priced.

    Yay!

    Ricky

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