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In the tradition of the smash hits Toy Story, A Bug's Life, Toy Story 2, Monsters, Inc., Finding Nemo, and The Incredibles comes the newest film from Pixar Animation Studios, Cars, the story of a race car who learns that it's not all about the fast lane. (In fact, life begins at the off-ramp.) Offering an insider's view into the artistic development of Cars, this gorgeously illustrated book celebrates the whimsical yet painstaking research that fueled Pixar's directors, production designers, and artists. Fascinating storyboards, full-color pastels, on-the-road snapshots, and hundreds of character sketches reveal the origins of Pixar's charming and clever automobile-based world. Gleaned from the team's trips to racetracks and down the famed Route 66, The Art of Cars is as colorful as its memorable story and characters, making this book the only movie tie-in for adults a spirited ride down the road of a masterful animated feature film.

Cars is a Walt Disney Pictures presentation of a Pixar Animation Studios film. 2006 by Disney Enterprises, Inc./Pixar Animation Studios. All rights reserved.

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Michael Wallis is the Pulitzer Prize nominated author of six books on the Southwest and is widely considered the authority on Route 66, the Mother Road. He served as a creative consultant and voice talent for Cars .

Suzanne Fitzgerald Wallis is co-author of Songdog Diary: 66 Stories from the Road and co-editor of Greetings from the Mother Road: Route 66 Postcards . She and her husband, Michael, live in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

John Lasseter is a founding member and executive vice president of creative of Pixar Animation Studios. A two-time Academy Awardt winner, he executive produced Monsters, Inc. , Finding Nemo , and The Incredibles , and directed Toy Story , A Bug's Life , T

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Wonderful Journey Through Research and Art 11 août 2008
Par Parka - Publié sur Amazon.com
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From John Lasseter's foreword:
It also became a journey with its own reward, one we wanted to share with you in this book. -end-

With that, the book brings you onto a fantastic journey on the creative process of creating Cars, the movie close to John Lasseter's heart.

The few pages of stories separating the art let you understand how research was done, what the artists learn and ideas they want to bring across to the audience.

This book is filled with plenty of concept art drawings. Pixar artists draw hundreds of drawings each day but only selected ones were included into the book due to the limited number of pages. Every page is packed with art.

Also included are storyboards, architectural drawings, landscape drawings, lighting studies, car decor sketches, photos from their road trips.

This is a wonderful selection of drawings pulled off directly from the drawing board.

(More pictures are available on my blog. Just visit my Amazon profile for the link.)
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The Art of Cars 5 juillet 2006
Par D. Cloud - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I think this is one of the best illustrated books I've ever bought and read. I received the book before seeing the movie, so I was anxious to see if the movie followed the book. It does and it's most helpful to see how the movie came about. The illustrations in the book are of such quality that it is comparable to any coffee table book I own, and those are many. The artist' drawings are exceptional quality. I was impressed to see how many years went into making the movie and the book told the complete process of consultants, writers, etc. that were consulted to make sure of the movie's authenticity as well as appeal to both children and adults. Michael and Suzanne Fitzgerald Wallis certainly nailed Route 66 in the book and therefore was presented in the movie with much detail. Having driven Route 66, I recognized many of the buildings, landscapes, etc. depicted in the movie. Had I not ever driven Route 66, the book and thus the movie, would have made me want to see the amazing part of Route 66 located in the Southwest so well presented. Again, anyone wanting to own a beautiful book of illustrations, as well as reading how a movie is made, needs to get the book, The Art of Cars. It'll make you want to see the movie and motor West getting your Kicks on Route 66.
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Nice 25 août 2006
Par Robert J. Stotz - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Quality pastel renders par usual with this art of something Pixar. The color theory alone in this book is worth every penny. Great stuff to continue to inspire us fellow artists. One regret, they need to start putting some of the 3-D stills in the book since their work is unlike anything else out there. Overall, a must buy for the artist reference library.
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Beautifully illustrated 14 juillet 2006
Par Silvolf - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I purchased this originally, because as well as being a fan of the movie, "Cars", I am an up and coming animator and am very interested in all aspects of animation. In the description it told me the book tells of how the original idea was made into a film and the steps and research taken to do so, so I bought it.

I am very pleased with this book, it is wonderfully illustrated with production sketches, storyboards, landscape and building drawings and detailed character drawings. I also found the information very interesting too, not too much writing but just enough to keep it informative. It is a sturdy hard back edition so it will last far longer than a soft cover and perfect for a coffee table book. I found out a lot I didn't know about the film and I highly reccommend this book for people who are interested in animation as well as fans of the film!
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The story of a movie from concept to artwork 17 août 2006
Par John Matlock - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The new animated movie CARS comes at you all finished and complete. This is how it came about.

John Lasseter, founder and VP of Pixar, director of the movie talks about how tired he was after nine straight years of directing Pixar's first three feature films. So he, wife and their five boys loaded themselves in an RV, dipped their feet into the Pacific ocean and headed east with the intent of dipping their feet into the Atlantic. One day in North Carolina they were eating a taco. Yes, a taco in a fast food place. A taco in the home of barbecue. So they left immediately and found where the locals go for barbecue. Once there he realized that there is a world in America outside of the fast food chains. There's a history, a culture that exists in this country. He eventually got back to California, walked into the studio and said, 'Let's make our car movie.'

The book starts with that. It is the path from 'Let's make our car movie,' to the showing at the theater. It's the story development. It's the sketches as they develop what these cars, signs, scenery, and story are all about. It's a fascinating view into the inside of a movie.
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