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Nothing fresh you haven't read online or heard at a conference, if you have been in touch with this industry for sometime.And nothing that will elevate your skills. Some of the statements are very disconnected from reality as not everybody is that nice, most of the leaderships collapse under pressure, and there are dozens of entitled people like anywhere d tone and amazing flow though. Makes a pleasant read while waiting for an appointment or while riding the bus.
This book was an inspirational read, and the knowledge shared in it comes from the author’s years of experience in the animation industry. It will support you understand what you’re looking for in animation and how to shape your career around it, an necessary step that not a lot of people know how to take. As I read, it felt like a much-needed tutorial to questions that I hadn’t even considered. I’m looking forward to putting the tools taught in this book to amazing use on the very same pitfalls I’ve seen my coworkers and myself struggle with.
With dozens of visual animation resources available online nowadays (schools, blogs, YouTube channels, etc.), I must admit that I was skeptical about this book at first. But I found myself super motivated to obtain my hands dirty and animate!The author is also really frank about how animation is not always fun. It can be really frustrating and it requires a lot of persistence and discipline. It’s hard work!I definitely recommend it!
I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in getting their foot in the door of the animation industry. The author not only gives an honest opinion of his private experience, but a refreshing fresh look on how to grow as an animator. This book will give you practical tools to develop your skills in ways you may have not thought of. After reading each chapter I feel inspired to better myself and work harder to become the best animator I can be.
A amazing resource that bridges the gap between animation education and the ris Derochie is a veteran animator with 3+ decades of experience and he's not afraid of sharing secrets and tricks of the trade that will create the career of a young animator so much easier!I can't wait to read the other chapters... Highly recommended!
Chris' writing style is very personable and fun to read. I enjoyed how he encourages the reader to think about their own path/passion and contains a lot of links and references to support you succeed in a dozens of avenues. There really isn't anything out there like it. I can't wait to read the whole series!
Amazing book!! with a various and honest perspective, the author explains a clear pathway to approach into animation and create us think in the whole spectrum and not just in technics and tutorials. I'm really intrigued to see what the other books have to offer
I know Chris from back in 2005, when he was my Mentor in an online Animation School.He is one of the most dedicated and passionate artist i got to know, when it comes to animation. Beside all the animation skills he obviously possesses, the ability to look from outside the box at a issue and give tip and insight, was most valuable for me. It opens up the mind and shows how a lot of ways there are to tackle a specific l of this is condensed into these books now!The awesome part about his books is, that they are written in a method that makes you feel, as if Chris is right next to you and looks over your shoulder while working. That hooks me and is so much more engaging than a dry read about an animation this first book he looks at the process to become a animator in a whole. It's not just accomplished after learning the 12 principles. It's a life choice and Chris nails it right there, telling hard facts and truth and what it takes to become a successful animator.I highly recommend the read for everyone being serious about becoming an professional animator.
This is the book that all animal lovers have been waiting for. As a person who has lived with animals my whole life, I have always believed that there was a deeper purpose to the relationship that I have with my pets. In this book, Wendy makes it clear that my feelings have merit. Her ability to connect with animals and to hear and communicate their messages to us is an awesome and invaluable talent. To then deliver these messages as a method to promote private healing and growth physically, mentally and spiritually is the sign of a real healer. Through this book Wendy offers her readers a method to bond and connect with their animals and to understand the spiritual responsibilities that each has for the other. Most animal lovers will tell you that they search strength, comfort and healing through their animals. Whether you believe this or you question it, this is the book for you. Thank you, Wendy, for sharing Animal Wisdom with us.
This book is a charming compilation of communication between pets and their owners. Having lost a couple of pets in latest years, and being a large animal lover, a lot of of the stories brought back amazing memories and tugged at the e author is a foremost expert in the field and I think a lot of animal lovers will have fun the book and feel even closer to their four-legged mates because of it.I’m better for having read it.
Wonderfully heartwarming book by someone who obviously loves animals.I enjoyed each story. Growing up on a ranch with dozens of animals and pets I always believed they not only had their own personality but their own voice too. This book helped me reconnect with all those feelings I had for my pets and place a smile on my finitely, recommend it to any pet owner with an begin mind :)
The first time I heard of an animal communicator, I thought it was crazy. And then my dog, Max started nearing the end of his life. I happened upon an animal communicator who helped me through the process of letting Max go and understanding why he was in my life. I have profound gratitude for the help and encouragement I received during that excruciatingly painful period of my life.Wendy Van de Pol has written a book that communicates this same encouragement and wisdom from the animals she's worked with. Each chapter represents a conversation with a various animal, each full of compassion, warmth, humor, and wisdom. I especially liked the "critical insight" section of each chapter, where she presents the small bit of wisdom each animal communicates that everyone can benefit is is an intimate and profound exploration into the relationship between animals and humans and the ways that animals have been place on earth to support humans live with more presence, compassion, mindfulness, and joy.
We have so much to learn from animals especially from our pets. They have shown us and they continue to teach us what unconditional love is. In this book, the author shares the wisdom she has gathered from communicating with animals and what we can gain from these nuggets of wisdom if we apply it to our own lives.
I truly believe that animals come into our lives with a desire and purpose to support us heal and become more real to our inner is book beautifully presents the wisdom of 30 various animals and pieces of their love for their humans.I recommend, reading each animals wisdom and taking a moment to reflect on what it means to you. Each of these animal souls came to the Author so that they can come TO YOU.If you love animals like I do, check out Wendy's other books as well! I discovered her brilliance with her first book and have been following her closely ever since!
Animal Wisdom: Conversations From the Heart was not an simple book for me to read. Through my life have passed some unbelievable pets and because of my life style I was not always there for them through their entire lives, a fact that has weighed heavily on me.When I brought Justine and Sido into my life I promised myself that I would be there for them through out their entire lives. Justine was 15 when she died of cancer and Sido was almost 21. A long life together and often it was not easy. I've had regrets and doubts and guilt around our e stories shared by Wendy Van de Poll have given me another perspective on those two relationships. Her stories have given me hope that both Sido and Justine are still there and watching and perhaps are forgiving for the poor times.
Animal Wisdom is thought-provoking for anyone with an begin mind as to why animals are here with us. If you love animals then you know they are here for a purpose and you must read this book. Even if you are a skeptic the stories are heartwarming and insightful. It is an enjoyable read. I know for a fact that my animals could look right through to my soul. They knew when I required comforting, some snuggle time and heartfelt loving. Animals are like angels in the darkness.
If you love animals this book is for you, even if you don't love animals, you should read it. The stories inside are about real love and compassion between animals and there caretakers......often these animals are sent to there people to be there caretakers, to teach them lessons in life. Reading the stories I found tears falling down my face. The words of wisdom between these animals, and there caretakers, reflected some of my own wisdom learned on my journey in life being a pet owner. I truly believe animals are Heaven sent. This book reflects that belief. Have your heart begin as you read, feel the words of wisdom from these animals to there caretakers....
This book is a charming method to experience the globe of animals from a various perspective. I love that each chapter starts with a quote from a dog or cat and contains insights and love notes. A very warm-hearted book that reveals the deeper relationship between humans and animals.
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There were a lot of aspects described of factory farming that I could have lived without knowing. Much of this book was graphic and disturbing. It takes a tough person not to allow emotions obtain in the method of focusing on making conditions at factory farms better for animals. Temple Grandin is one such person and I admire her being able to research and think things through to provide better lives for chickens, cattle and other monsters we consume. I do admire her work and appreciate that she has created improvements for these creatures.
I loved Dr. Grandin's earlier book, Animals in Translation, and found some overlap in this book. I did have fun reading her views and findings on our most ubiquitous domesticated animals, especially pigs and cows. The facts certainly reinforced my commitment not to eat meat from the factory farm system. The facts on so-called more humane raising of cage-free egg-laying chickens makes me question whether to help eating eggs at all, and treatment of dairy cows, even in organic sources, challenges my drinking of organic milk products. Though Dr. Grandin has been a more researcher and designer of more humane practices in factory meat farming, it's clear to me that farming on an industrial scale is not compatible with the humane treatment of animals. Combined with powerful evidence that a plant based diet is more healthy in countless ways, a book like this provides a powerful argument for me not to eat meat, and to be very cautious about the source of even organic and more humanely raised egg and dairy products. Given the ever increasing growth of human populations, improved humane animal farming is very unlikely on the immense scale needed.
This was a bonus for a mate so I can only comment on its appearance and preface. Temple Grandin has proved to be a real professional in all her endeavors. The one chapter I took time to read was very clear and informative. Then I had to wrap it up and send it on its method to my friend.
The thing that stuck with me through the reading of this book and after was that the worse thing you can do to an animal is create it afraid. I bought the book because of the section on dogs. I felt like what she had to say about companion dog welfare matched well with what my instincts have told me with my own dogs but her explanation of the "blue ribbon emotions" -- particularly restraint explained so much to me.I went on to read about animal welfare at huge farms and although some of the things she described were horrible to read about, it was a true eye opener. Animals who are raised for slaughter can still have a safe and fear free life and Temple Grandin knows exactly how to do it. If only all corporate and independent farms would listen to her.I also loved her very matter of fact narration.Warning: she does describe animal cruelty and it can be upsetting.
I thought this book was about Dogs, but that is only a little part. I have a super sensitive golden retriever. And something that Temple Grandin said in this book created me stop and look at my dog differently and accept that she sees things differently. Temple said that like autistic children, dogs can have a hyper sensitivity towards various objects. I don't know why, but this easy statement created me stop and accept my dog. There are things that startle her (a plastic bag, an unbrella opening near her) that scare her. I don't protect her, we simply deal with the object and move on. But I no longer worry about the objects any longer. This book was very interesting and I am very interested in reading her other books. Ms. Grandin has an insight about animals that no a lot of have.
Extremely well written. Dr Temple Grandin has brought an analytical clarity to the subject.Animal behavior specialist struggle with criticism regarding anthromorphism. I suspect that it is just normal animal behavior that has involved into the animal known as human that is being described rather than an anthromphism.When humans decide to raise animals for their benefits, then it became necessary to provide their primary needs from birth to death and is amazing business.Dr. Temple Grandin provides a unbelievable tutorial regarding animal behavior and issue solving.Her insights regarding the suppression of patents and the issues with managing the behavior of people when they interface with a complex system was on tle have to navigate handling systems designed by Dr Grandin, but they are the simpler part of the problem. The more difficult variable is positively influencing the human behavior that interfaces her handling systems.Animals Create Us Human is also a amazing business guide.
The info about *dogs* isn't the most current or cutting edge, but the rest of it is incredible. It is real, quantifiable info about how to meaningfully improve animal lives and reduce animal suffering, written by a person who has done more to improve animal welfare than any other living person.
I learned so much from Professor Grandin. She is so amazing at backing up her observations with biological and historical facts. She focuses quite a bit on dogs. As a dog rescue volunteer, the info has helped me understand my own dogs as well the different purebreds and mixed breeds we save from animal shelters. I have quoted info from this books to a lot of other dog owners and recommend it highly to anyone who shares this planet with animals.
Dr. Grandin is able to share unassumingly, simply, and from a special and very impressively informed e opening chapter ('What Animals Need') primarily discusses subjects I felt beautiful acquainted with, but Dr. Grandin's attitudes and approach toward animals, along with her impressive-while-simply-stated knowledge is reflected immediately in this chapter and I felt I gleaned much from llowing this first chapter are eight more chapters - each about 30 to 40 pages in length - and each dealing with a specific topic. They include:"A Dog's Life"; "Cats"; "Horses"; "Cows"; "Pigs"; "Chickens and Other Poultry"; "Wildlife"; "Zoo Animals" and finally an afterward entitled, "Why Do I Still Work for the Industry."In the chapter about dogs I found fresh information, gained from latest wolf-studies, which was particularly of interest. These more latest studies offer a whole fresh slant on our currently accepted notions of "The Alpha Male" and the dynamics of the package thus offering a perhaps even deeper understanding of our own dogs.I enjoyed Grandin's scientific perspective which reevaluates and corrects popularized conceptions as fresh info is obtained through scientific study. As her info is very well documented, further reading and study on specific locations of interest becomes quite simple.I personally have shied away from, or quickly glanced over a few sections I've come across in this book which discuss in brief, simple, frank terms, incidents of cruelty toward animals - particularly in zoos and in the meat industry. I've done so simply because such things haunt me. On the other hand, if we are going to be allowed to create responsible choices concerning what we actively help (e.g. - do we pay a zoo or a particular meat vendor to be cruel?) then it is certainly a vital service Grandin provides in revealing these situations and directing us toward how to avoid supporting such anyone who has pets; goes to zoos; eats or buys meat or dairy products; has or deals with kids - actually, for all of us who share this planet with other animals & with wildlife - I can recommend this book and the invaluable insights it ly, I just have to add - I love the attractive cover. Yeah, it's paperback - but I love it.
I read this book in conjunction with Dr. Grandin’s other book entitled Animals in Translation. This book will occasionally reference that one although either one can stand alone. Dr. Grandin is an accomplished animal behaviorist who also characterizes herself and the manner in which she views the globe as autistic. I was quite interested in her premise of understanding the autistic brain via animal behavioral research: “ There’s no method to know exactly how close an autistic person’s sensory perceptions are to an animal’s….But I think a lot of or even most autistic people experience the globe a lot the method animals experience the world: as a swirling mass of little details. We’re seeing, hearing, and feeling all the things no one else can.” Animals Create Us Human establishes the basics of the lens through which animals experience the world. It provides an insight that obligates us, as humans, to do nothing less than be amazing stewards, and even advocates, of the care of different animals we are familiar with in our homes, on farms, or in the wild. There are Chapters entitled: A Dog’s Life, Cats, Horses, Cows, Pigs, Chickens……. Obviously the chapters on cats and dogs and horses will resonate within our own homes. The chapters on pigs, and cows and chickens address the meal industry starting on the farms. And even if amazing stewardship is not a basic driver to adopt her recommendations in that venue; it’s hard to overlook the fact that doing so also increases profit.Dr. Grandin challenges us to think beyond labeling and dismissing an animal’s behavior as being attributable to just being an animal. But to think more in terms of how their brains are wired so as to understand there is logic behind the behavior. For example, to paraphrase Dr. Grandin, cats seem set in their ways and downright obsessed with specific food, water source and what they consider their roaming boundaries. Dr. Grandin discusses the frontal lobes of the brain. A cat’s frontal lobes are 10 times smaller than a human’s and half the size of a dog’s. The frontal lobes are necessary to planning, staying on track and changing easily and smoothly. Cats, and obsessive people, have problem with the change part getting stuck on one behavior and are unable to shift to a various one.I have a amazing deal of respect for Dr. Grandin’s a lot of years of hands on practical research . I do look forward to reading some other books by this author to support me better understand animal behavior.