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The Art of The Incredibles

The Art of The Incredibles From Pixar Animation Studios the Academy Awardwinning studio that brought us such blockbusters as Toy Story Monsters Inc and Finding Nemo comes The Incredibles a hilarious action packed story of

  • Title: The Art of The Incredibles
  • Author: Mark Cotta Vaz Brad Bird John Lasseter
  • ISBN: 9780811844338
  • Page: 351
  • Format: Hardcover
  • From Pixar Animation Studios, the Academy Awardwinning studio that brought us such blockbusters as Toy Story, Monsters, Inc and Finding Nemo, comes The Incredibles, a hilarious, action packed story of a family of superheroes living an underground suburban existence The sleekly designed settings and characters were conceptualized and developed by writer director Brad BirFrom Pixar Animation Studios, the Academy Awardwinning studio that brought us such blockbusters as Toy Story, Monsters, Inc and Finding Nemo, comes The Incredibles, a hilarious, action packed story of a family of superheroes living an underground suburban existence The sleekly designed settings and characters were conceptualized and developed by writer director Brad Bird and Pixar s creative team of artists, illustrators, and designers, resulting in a celluloid sensation rich with detail The Art of The Incredibles celebrates their talent, featuring concept and character sketches, storyboards, and lighting studies, and invites readers into the elaborate creative process of animation through interviews with all the key players at Pixar With an 8 page gatefold and fabulous color art, this stunning bookthe only movie tie in book for adultswill delight film goers, artists, and animation fans alike.

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    About "Mark Cotta Vaz Brad Bird John Lasseter"

    1. Mark Cotta Vaz Brad Bird John Lasseter

      Mark Cotta Vaz is the author of over twenty one books, including four New York Times bestsellers His recent works include Mythic Vision The Making of Eragon, The Spirit The Movie Visual Companion, and the biography Living Dangerously The Adventures of Merian C Cooper, Creator of King Kong, which was a Los Angeles Times bestseller.

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    1. More pictures at parkablogs There s a lot of different artistic style in the book When Brad Bird came to Pixar, he brought with him his team of artists, those that had worked with him on The Iron Giant.Each artist produced concept art using different materials and style There are collage, gouache, digital, marker, acrylic and pastel Each drawing generates ideas and inspiration You ll have no idea the movie was created for art so varied There are no rendered stills from the movie.The book touches [...]


    2. Though a lot of the book repeats what is already shown and told in the bonus materials of the DVD and if you re fanatical enough to read The Art of The Incredibles, I imagine you re fanatical enough to have watched those special features , it s still beautifully presented and you really couldn t ask for anything in an Art of book.


    3. Typical Art Of book for a CG movie, but with some interesting things I wasn t expecting like the large amount of collage in the concept work Focuses on the work of Teddy Newton, Lou Romano and Tony Fucile.


    4. Y know how concept art usually looks, like, infinitely better than the finished film It still does here, because CG is awful, but not by much It s straightforward, and rarely leaps off the page The text is also unremarkable.


    5. It was cool Reading character descriptions and looking at first draft artwork was very interesting I liked it Thank God for thrift store finds



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