- Gebundene Ausgabe: 317 Seiten
- Verlag: Chronicle Books; Auflage: 01 (1. November 2011)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 0811879631
- ISBN-13: 978-0811879637
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 24,1 x 3,2 x 28,6 cm
- Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 5 Kundenrezensionen
- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 49.078 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
The Art of Pixar: 25th Anniversary Edition: The Complete Color Scripts and Select Art from 25 Years of Animation (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 1. November 2011
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."..this book is a must have.." - Pixar Talk
"Pixar and Chronicle have prepared a jaw-dropping collection of colorscripts and other pieces from its productions in a brand new coffee-table book...that will look great in anyone's collection." -Upcoming Pixar blog
"There's nothing quite like watching a Pixar film in a theater alongside hundreds of fellow moviegoers. But taking your time with a book like The Art of Pixar is an unexpected and essential adjunct to the experience. It's a path through the minds of the artists, and as a result, a look inside at the characters, scenes, sets, and environments that shape the many movies that together form Pixar's enviable collection" -CNET
"A must-have for animation and illustration fans. Author Amid Amidi of Cartoon Brew has a solid track record, and even for their lesser films, these Pixar Art Of books, usually devoted to a single film, are always brimming with wonderful art. What sets this particular book apart is that it spans the studio's entire catalog and reproduces each film's colour script - a series of lush, colourful preliminary paintings that are to the emotion of an animated film what storyboards are to the action." -Drawn
"offers a fun behind-the-scenes look at some of the most beloved Pixar films" -The Hollywood Reporter
"Both insightful and inspiring, The Art of Pixar would make an excellent addition to the library of painters, animators and storytellers." -Forces of Geek
..".this book is a must have.." - Pixar Talk
Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
Amid Amidi is the co-founder of the popular animation blog CartoonBrew.com and publisher and editor of the magazine Animation Blast. He is also the author of Cartoon Modern.
John Lasseter is a two-time Academy Award-winning director and the chief creative officer at Walt Disney and Pixar Animation Studios.
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The first colorscript was drawn by Ralph Eggleston for Toy Story. That was in 1993 and it had enchanted John Lasseter, Steve Jobs and the rest of the then little studio. Today, many years and films later, it's nice to see that Pixar is still creating them, using them to communicate the emotional arc of their stories.
Collected within the 320 pages of this beautiful book are the colorscripts up to the latest movie Cars 2. Also included are the colorscripts for the many animated shorts that, if I'm not wrong, are all appearing in this book for the first time. The 100 over pages at the back are for selected pieces of art, one printed per page. These are the work from the last 25 years.
It's quite cool to see the artistic styles used by different artists to create the colorscripts. I love the pastel ones by Ralph Eggleston and Dominique R. Louis. The vector style art of Lou Romano for The Incredibles is still a refreshing departure of usual style of drawing them with pastel. Later on, the colorscript slowly evolved to being drawn digitally. The ones by Sharon Calahan for Cars 2 are so detailed I'm not sure if they aren't film stills.
The book claims to have the complete colorscripts but that's not exactly true. Since I have the other Pixar art books published by Chronicle Books, I went back to compare the content. I found out that the book didn't include some of the colorscripts that were featured in the earlier art books. Some from The Art of Finding Nemo weren't included.Lesen Sie weiter... ›