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Discover why the woodland is an ideal habitat for animals like porcupines, bears, and deer.

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He’s probably most famous for his Wallace and Gromit movies. Park works with clay. He makes figures out of clay, then takes pictures. Park won his first of four Academy Awards for best animated short film in 1991 with Creature Comforts. Leonardo da Vinci (1452–1519) may be the most famous multimedia artist. Da Vinci was a sculptor and painter, an architect and musician, a scientist, engineer, inventor, writer, and more. He may be best known as the painter of The Last Supper and Mona Lisa. 21st Century sKills library Cool Careers M u lT i M e d i a a r T i s T a n d a n i M a T o r glossary animation (an-ih-MAY-shuhn) making something look alive, such as a cartoon character art installations (ART in-stuh-LAY-shuhnz) performances, sculptures, or other art created and shown in the same place celluloid (SELL-yoo-loyd) a tough, plastic material used to make film for movies commercial (kuh-MUHR-shuhl) done for the purpose of making a profit graphic artists (GRAF-ik AHR-tistss) artists who design and make printed material, electronic art, and many other published designs images (IM-ih-jiz) forms, appearances, or pictures of things media (MEE-dee-uh) materials or techniques an artist uses motion capture (MOH-shuhn CAP-chur) recording the movement of real people and using it to create computer-animated characters observe (uhb-ZURV) to see or watch professional (proh-FESH-uh-nuhl) doing something in a business-like way scan (SKAN) to create a copy of an object as a computer file scenes (SEENZ) parts of a film or show that take place at a particular time and location sets (SEHTSS) the places or areas in which the action of a film or show is filmed texture (TEKS-chur) the way something feels, or the look of the way it would feel for More inforMaTion BOOKS Marcovitz, Hal.

Art in Action: Have You Got What it Takes to Be an Animator? Minneapolis: Compass Point Books, 2008. htm Play games to learn about all kinds of art, from still life to 3-D animation. htm Get lessons from Disney animator Larry Lauria on hand-drawn animation. 21st Century sKills library Cool Careers M u lT i M e d i a a r T i s T a n d a n i M a T o r index advertising, 4–5, 6, 8–10, 11, 25 animation, 5, 13–14, 16, 24–25, 28, 29 animators, 5, 6, 11, 13–14, 16, 19, 22, 25, 26, 28, 29 art directors, 9–10, 25 Avatar (movie), 28 cameras, 9 Cameron, James, 28 celluloid, 28 communication, 6, 28 competition, 25 computers, 5, 9, 13, 14, 26, 28, 29 criticism, 11 degrees, 18–19 demand, 24–25 drawings, 5, 9–10, 14, 19 education, 18–20 feedback, 9–10, 11, 14 fine arts, 13, 19, 22, 25, 29 pictures.

When Avatar was released, it was the most detailed digital animation ever used in film. soMe well-Known MulTiMedia arTisTs and aniMaTors Saul Bass (1920–1996) was a true multimedia artist. He won awards for his work in film and graphic design. Bass designed logos for AT&T, United Airlines, Continental Airlines, and many other companies. He won a 1968 Academy Award as director of a documentary movie, Why Man Creates. Bass may be more famous for his work on movie title sequences. Title sequences show words and images at the beginning of a movie.

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