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The Art of Pixar: The Complete Colorscripts and Select Art from 25 Years of Animation [Anglais] [Relié]

John Lasseter , Amid Amidi
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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"

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  • Relié: 320 pages
  • Editeur : Chronicle Books (7 novembre 2011)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0811879631
  • ISBN-13: 978-0811879637
  • Dimensions du produit: 11,2 x 9,3 x 1,2 cm
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Magnifique et évocateur 29 mai 2012
Par Parka TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURS
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The Art of Pixar est un magnifique livre qui présente les humbles débuts d'un studio d'animation maintenant adoré dans le monde entier.

Le premier colorscript a été dessiné par Ralph Eggleston pour Toy Story. C'était en 1993 et John Lasseter, Steve Jobs et le reste du petit studio d'alors avaient été enchantés. Aujourd'hui, plusieurs années et plusieurs films plus tard, c'est chouette de voir que Pixar les crée et les utilise toujours pour communiquer la courbe émotionnelle de leurs histoires.

Dans ces 320 pages on a collecté les colorscripts de tous les films jusqu'au dernier, Cars 2. On trouve également de nombreux colorscripts de cours métrages, dont certains, si je ne me trompe pas, apparaîssent pour la première fois dans ce livre. Les 100 dernières pages du livres sont consacrées à des illustrations séléctionnées, une par page. Ce sont les travaux de ces 25 dernières années.

C'est plutôt cool de voir tous les styles picturaux utilisés par les différents artistes pour réaliser les colorscripts. J'adore les pastels de Ralph Eggleston et Dominique R. Louis. Le style vectoriel de Lou Romano pour Les Indestructibles est toujours une variante rafraîchissante du style habituel au pastel. Plus tard, les scripts ont un peu évolué en étant réalisés en numérique. Ceux de Sharon Calahan pour Cars 2 sont si détaillés que je ne suis pas sûr qu'ils ne soient pas des captures du film.

Le livre se présente comme la collection complète des colorscripts mais ce n'est pas tout à fait vrai.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Superbe 15 février 2012
Par Maud
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Superbe recueil de tous les colorscripts des animations Pixar jusqu'au court métrage Luna.
Je suis d'accord avec le commentaire précédent d'Anton, ceux de Cars 2 ont l'air de simples screenshoot.

Mais le livre n'en reste pas moins magnifique !
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Nickel ! Clean ! Perfect. 12 décembre 2011
Par Anton
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Après 6 mois d'attente, enfin le livre est enfin arrivé.
Livre plutôt sympa, même si je possède presque tous les artbooks. cela ma permis d'avoir le color script de monster & cie, qui coute maintenant chère.
Ya juste le color script de cars 2 qui est pour moi un peu abusé, limite des screenshots du film.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Une bible ! 5 août 2013
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Tous les amateurs éclairés de films d'animation et les fans de Pixar apprécieront. Les story-boards vous en mettent plein la vue.
Un seul bémol, on aurait aimé un peu plus de commentaires de la part des auteurs.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Gorgeous and inspiring 3 novembre 2011
Par Parka - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The Art of Pixar is a gorgeous book that represents the humble beginnings of an animation studio that is now loved by fans worldwide.

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. However, this book includes a lot of new colorscripts that aren't in the earlier books. In particular, there are many more extra pages of colorscripts for Cars and Cars 2. The colorscripts for Ratatouille in this book are not even in The Art of Ratatouille.

As for the selected pieces of art, many are from earlier art books. I guess there some are new pieces but I didn't do a detail comparison. Even if there are some duplication, you'll still want the book because of the colorscripts, all conveniently collected and beautifully laid out.

The Art of Pixar is a tribute to art, animation and the amazing people working at Pixar. It's an inspiring book authored by veteran animation writer Amid Amidi. Highly recommended.

(There are more pictures of the book on my blog. Just visit my Amazon profile for the link.)
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Stunningly beautiful book 27 octobre 2011
Par James D. Strawn - Publié sur Amazon.com
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If you have the regular 'Art of' books for each film, there is not a lot of new content here. Also there is not much commentary from Pixarians or otherwise. Still, it is just what is says it is, the COMPLETE color scripts... so they're all in there for every film and short, in their entirety, and they're absolutely gorgeous. Also, there is a comprehensive section containing 'world' art, which is basically environmental concept sketches.

Bottom line, if you don't have the full Art Of (film) series, get those first because they cover each film in detail with a lot of great art and first-hand commentary. If you already have all those books (or at least the ones you're interested) and you would like to re-visit all the films and shorts in a new and abstract way then you cannot go wrong with this comprehensive volume.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Gorgeous Look at the First 25 Years of Pixar Art. 31 octobre 2011
Par George H. Taylor Jr. - Publié sur Amazon.com
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All you need to know is that this is a gorgeous book. Like other Art of... books published by Chronicle, this book showcases some beautiful and historic artwork.

Amid Amidi is a well known animation journalist, historian and author. He is the co-founder of Cartoon Brew and has written several books covering animation. This is not his first Art Of... book (The Art of Pixar, The Art of Robots and Cartoon Modern) from Chronicle and I hope it won't be his last.

"In an inspired spurt of a week or so, [Ralph Eggleston] painted the colorscript, a roadmap for the way the color (and thus emotion) would be applied throughout the film."

The idea of a color script might be a new concept to you (it was to me). It is a defining work or a canon on a film that shows the progression, changes and mood of the color as it relates to the stories and the characters. From what I understand, it goes hand-in-hand with the storyboard and might be created before the storyboard has begun. A few studios used the color script before Pixar, but not for every single film and short. Ralph Eggleston created the first color script for Toy Story and it captivated John Lasseter and Steve Jobs. It became a standard tool after that.

Beyond presenting every color script that Pixar has created (at least the ones that were saved), the Art of Pixar shows how the artistry has evolved. It was very surprising to see how close the color script stayed to the final film as well as how different films changed over the course of production. Amid included the color scripts for the short films so you get a look at how the process differs for the shorts. With a company like Pixar, you would assume that all of color scripts would be computer-based art. Surprisingly,they were done with different media, including pastels.

The second half of the book is dedicated to "Select Art from 25 Years of Pixar Animation." There are over 100 pages of artwork sharing the creative process of the 12 feature films. This is closer to what we are used to with a typical Art of... book. The artwork shines and is an impressive look at how the films develop. Amid discusses that the artwork we see is part of the Pixar Living Archive that was created during the development of A Bug's Life. Pixar was shipping its art to the Animation Research Library when Pixar decided to keep its own artwork and create a "morgue" for their artists to use.

With most art-related titles, it is sometimes easier and more effective to let the images speak for themselves. Many of these images would be welcome in any art gallery.

The Art of Pixar is a welcome adition to the body of literature on Pixar. The color scripts offer fantastic insight into the development of the modern animated film. It is a part of the animation process that has not garnered a lot of attention previously. This is a gorgeous book that will leave you speechless at times when you realize how dazzling the artwork is and that more attention needs to be given to the art of animated films.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Nice, but not what I was expecting. 6 mars 2012
Par Jeff Sprague - Publié sur Amazon.com
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True to the late Steve Jobs's philosophy, this is an impressively high-quality art book that would look great on your bookcase or coffee table, but be warned that it appeals more to the artist than to the movie buff.

I expected storyboarded scripts that used actual stills from the movies, with perhaps the dialog printed below each frame - something between a script and a graphic novel - but what they really are are sketches, some more primitive than others, and each done in a different artistic style. Some of the styles just don't appeal to me at all, such as the harsh art-deco cut-out look they used for The Incredibles, or the darker, low-contrast, primitive chalk sketches used for A Bug's Life.

I also thought these were supposed to be complete scripts - a storyboard for every major shot in the movie - but for Ratatouille there are fewer than 4 pages of images - not even an image per scene. There is absolutely no text - either dialog or direction - associated with the "scripts".

I have known the kinds of folks at whom this book is aimed - people who sit around coffee shops with sketch pads and art & animation junkies - and I think they will adore it, but this book is not meant for the masses, and is certainly not meant for younger kids - they won't appreciate it.

It is not my intention to anger those folks who will truly appreciate this book, this book has an audience that will appreciate it for what it is, but the casual Pixar movie lover or parent should be warned that this book is probably not what you're looking for. That is the reason for my 3-star review: I think this polarizing book will have a small audience for whom it will be a 5-star book, and a larger audience for whom it will be a 1-star book. You need to know which camp you fall into.

I love movies. I love Pixar. I love quality books. This book represents all those things, yet I do not find it interesting and regret having purchased it.
Sorry.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Disappointed with content 26 juillet 2012
Par david goerndt - Publié sur Amazon.com
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While the book very nicely presented, the content wasn't what I was expecting. 2/3 of the book is color scripts, while nice, I was expecting more in depth art from each film, concept sketches, digital renders etc. Maybe this was too much to cram into this book since they cover 12 films which is a lot of art to put into a book. My fault for not reading the description more carefully. Still, I'll keep it, nice addition to the library.
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