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  • Relié: 128 pages
  • Editeur : Dark Horse (2 janvier 2007)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1593077017
  • ISBN-13: 978-1593077013
  • Dimensions du produit: 33 x 1,5 x 25,6 cm
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0 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Parka TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURS sur 6 juillet 2014
Format: Relié
Ce livre n’explique pas grand chose sur le processus de fabrication du film. La plupart des oeuvres d’art manque de légendes. Ce livre semble léger en contenu tout simplement pour le fait que vous n'avez pas beaucoup d'informations.

Il y a beaucoup de concept art, de rendus en 3D et de storyboards. Mais il semble y avoir beaucoup de photos du film aussi, presque la moitié du livre contenait des photos du film. Il y a aussi beaucoup de storyboards crayonnés qui prennent une page complète chacun. Certes, ils ne méritent pas ces tailles.

Pour un film basé sur un roman graphique, je m'attendais à beaucoup plus de peintures pour être inclus dans le livre. Le film a été tourné trop stylistiquement qu'il est difficile d'imaginer qu'il n'y a pas beaucoup plus de peintures de storyboard.
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Movie Stills Are A Let Down 5 février 2007
Par Brandon J. Haynes - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
The book is great at documenting the film progress but it LACKS completely in regards to the film still resolution. All of the great shots from the movie are blurry and pixelatd which really take away from the overall effect. They come off looking like bad scans. I would pass this book over in hopes of another release after the film and the movie studio invests in providing better photos.
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Concepts galore 26 août 2007
Par E. A Solinas - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Translating a graphic novel into the world of cinema can be a tricky business.

And the first step is concept art -- creating basic images of the characters, costumes, and important, visually-striking scenes. "300: The Art Of The Film" is crammed with such images, detailing virtually every part of the movie... but it's very skimpy on explanations and information.

It starts off with a couple of prefaces -- one by an expert on military history, and the other explaining the purpose of revealing the concept art. Then concept art itself: it basically outlines the story, beginning with the "inspection" of newborn Spartan boys and ending with another battle brewing between the Spartans and Persians.

These include pages and pages of rough sketches and detailed drawings for the cinematogrpahers, some representing only a few seconds (a fist hitting a slave's face). Then there are plenty of costume sketches, depictions of unreal-looking monsters, tents, and the gorgeous sets for things like Xerxes' opulant golden litter. Actually, it's more of a portable house.

But it has more than just concept art -- there are clay models, special effects shots, elaborate makeup and costume for things like the hunchbacked traitor, Xerxes' chain-porn costume, and things like knives stuck in a eye, and even green-screen shots before the CGI gloss was put on. And there are shots showing how they managed certain effects, like the people who controlled the animatronic "wolf."

And with every sketch and behind-the-scene shot, they show the finished result as it appears in the movie. A lot of them have the original art by Frank Miller as well, to show us how close the movie actually is to its source material. Visually speaking, it's a feast of behind-the-scenes information.

Buuuuut....

"300: The Art Of The Film" suffers from a lack of background information -- they show us loads of information, but don't tell WHY they were done, or even the intricacies of HOW. Come on, they must have had some trial-and-error in this film. While we can see the art for ourselves, we're rarely told much about why they chose this costume, or that monster, and how they created some of the weirder visuals.

So while the book is visually rich, it feels incomplete, like they left a lot of the text out to keep the guide from getting too long. Sometimes pages and pages will go by with only a few sparely-written paragraphs describing the intricacies of the movie. "300" is a visual movie, but come on, there's more to it than that.

"300: The Art Of The Film" has loads of art, but not much explanation in how it got from art to movie. It stumbles badly as a behind-the-scenes guide, but it's still an intriguing visual read.
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Good, But Light in Content 20 août 2008
Par Parka - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
This book doesn't explain much on the process of making the movie. Most of the art in the book lack captions. This book feels light in content simply for the fact that you don't get much information.

There are plenty of conceptual art, 3D renders and storyboards. But there seem to a lot of movie stills as well, to the effect that it felt that half the book contained movie stills. There are also a lot of 3 penciled storyboards that take one page to themselves. Certainly they don't deserve those sizes.

For a movie based on a graphic novel, I was expecting much more paintings to be included in the book. The movie was shot too stylistically that it's hard to imagine that there are not much more storyboard paintings.

(More pictures are available on my blog. Just visit my Amazon profile for the link.)
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Good But Not Perfect 12 janvier 2007
Par Cat Silverthorne - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
This book is a fascinating look at how the movie 300 was put together. It will be very pleasing to both Frank Miller and SFX fans. It goes into some detail about how the look of the film was achieved, but is a cursory look at the FX and serious computer FX enthusiasts may feel a bit short changed as the book doesn't really go into the nitty gritty of computer graphics, but it does show the general process from book to storyboard to film, and Zack Snyder's attention to detail. If you are a Gerry Butler fan, be warned that the book does not feature him prominently, but there are plenty of pictures where he is part of the shot. There is a serious mistake on the page that features Butler and his costuming. The text refers to him as "Gerald Butler" not Gerard, and that is an editing error that should have been caught. Maybe a second printing will correct the problem. I did like that the cover of the book is designed to look almost exactly like my copy of Miller's 300. They sit nicely side by side, and it was fascinating to take the orginal text and look at the movie's recreation of the shot. Overall, a fun book to own.
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Misinterpretations Aside 17 juillet 2007
Par Kory - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
It seems that some people are having a hard time realizing that the title of this book includes "The Art of the Film" and are searching for filming procedures, or sociopolitical explanations on behalf of the film when, in fact, this IS an art book. And for what it is, it does a great job revealing the artistic vision behind the film 300. From makeup effects to storyboarding to the comic conversion of the film, "300: The Art of the Film" makes a stylistic presentation that is worthy of the aesthetic care of the movie itself. Anyone who is interested in the artistic background in the movie 300 will appreciate the clean layout and complete presentation of this book.
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