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ZOOLOOK | Flash Filmmaking 101

Flash Filmmaking 101

Flash Filmmaking 101 is the ideal guide for traditional animators, students, and independent Flash animators interested in making the jump from Web to television and film. This unique book provides you with a complete step-by-step process for producing your own one minute Flash short for television animation and other media—something no other Flash book on the market does. Get ready to conquer the skills that you need to take your Flash project from concept to completion. The accompanying CD-ROM includes complete source files for the projects in the book.

ZOOLOOK | Flash Filmmaking 101

Product Details:

Publisher: Course Technology PTR
Release Date: 1st edition (April 1, 2008)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1598632582
ISBN-13: 978-1598632583
Item Weight: 1.81 pounds

About the Author

Nicholas Da Silva, known professionally as ZOOLOOK, is an award-winning graphic designer and Macromedia Alliance partner specializing in Studio MX. He has been designing with Flash since 1997 and has developed projects for TechTV, Charles Schwab, Shockwave, Wyclef Jean, Front 242, and more. Nicholas served as Lead Graphic Designer for Lewis & Partner Advertising in 1994. Two years later, he was promoted to Design Studio Manager where oversaw all creative for clients such as Nestlé, Oregon Chai, Gardenburger, Union Bank of California and Specialty Brands. Nicholas left the agency in 1999 to work fulltime on his passion, ZOOLOOK Entertainment, a new media company he founded to produce entertainment properties that promote a multicultural experience. In December 2000, Nicholas brainstormed the tagline I Want My FlashTV, and seven months later, FlashTV was born. He is the creator, designer, producer and webmaster behind this award-winning, global community site dedicated to the development and support of Flash-generated film shorts and animations created by independent storytellers from around the world. In 2002, he launched TGSNT (The Greatest Story Never Told), the biggest Flash competition of a lifetime.