Art of Pixar: 25th Anniv hc

October 13, 2019 - Comment

Pixar is 25 years old in 2011. This gorgeous, expansive book features the complete colour scripts and a selection of the best of the art from the twelve films to date: “Toy Story”, “A Bug’s Life”, “Toy Story 2”, “Monsters Inc.”, “Finding Nemo”, “The Incredibles”, “Cars”, “Ratatouille”, “WALL E”, “Up”, “Toy Story 3” and “Cars

Pixar is 25 years old in 2011. This gorgeous, expansive book features the complete colour scripts and a selection of the best of the art from the twelve films to date: “Toy Story”, “A Bug’s Life”, “Toy Story 2”, “Monsters Inc.”, “Finding Nemo”, “The Incredibles”, “Cars”, “Ratatouille”, “WALL E”, “Up”, “Toy Story 3” and “Cars 2”. The full-colour scripts for each film, prominently featured, constitute a big selling point for the core animation audience., Geared toward animation fans, this text is minimal and the art is extensive and stunning. Text will just be a foreword by Pixar founder John Lasseter, with an introduction by Amid Amidi. It’s all about the art!

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Anonymous says:

A beautiful book that provides some great insight into the art … A beautiful book that provides some great insight into the art style and process of Pixar. Beyond the forward the book is divided into two sections, “colour scripts” and “worlds”. There is very little text, just page after page of high quality images. Wonderful

Anonymous says:

Boring and not great art Can’t complain about the actual quality of the book as is a lovely put together book! But if you’re looking for pages full of art and handrawn sketches this book isn’t for you ! Basically just filled with coloured story boards barely any text to go with them and just found it a little boring and very much repetitive

Anonymous says:

Good Very happy whit it

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