Physics for Animators is a book for artists to help them understand the physics they need for their work, in the language spoken by artists. If you’ve ever puzzled over how to animate movement in a way that jives with the real world, this book is for you.
About the authors
Michele Bousquet is a longtime animator who has taught animation at dozens of colleges and universities including the Art Institutes, Pratt Institute, and the University of Queensland. She has written more than 20 books on computer graphics. Michele holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and Computer Science from McGill University.
Alejandro Garcia has taught Physics of Animation at San Jose State since 2009. He has consulted on numerous animated feature films screen credit on Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted and Mr. Peabody and Sherman. Dr. Garcia is the author of Numerical Methods for Physics, and has published over 90 professional articles in the fields of computational physics, statistical mechanics, and fluid mechanics.
You can find Physics for Animators at Amazon.com.