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Lighting for Animation by Michael Tanzillo, Jasmine Katatikarn

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This chapter will cover the fundamentals of master lighting and how to transform multiple shots from concept designs to final images.

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Master Lighting

Rarely are shots lit in isolation. Shots are often part of a larger project and must be treated as just one small piece of a much larger puzzle. Certain factors must be taken into consideration when lighting a shot that is destined to be a part of a film, television show, commercial, or animated short. What is the purpose of the shot? Is the key coming from the same direction in every shot? Does the character’s color match from shot to shot? Regardless of whether this is being applied to a thirty-second ...

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