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Before Ever After: The Lost Lectures of Walt Disneys Animation Studio. (Anglais) Relié – 20 octobre 2015
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Don Hahn is best known for having produced the classic Beauty and the Beast, thefirst animated film nominated for a Best Picture Oscar. Hahn has authored anumber of books, including Animation Magic, The Alchemy of Animation, and BrainStorm: Unleashing Your Creative Self. He's also compiled and edited Drawn to Life.
Tracey Miller-Zarneke has long been fascinated with the world of animation, way beyondher credited roles on the feature films. She has previously authored six bookson the art of animation.
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I was studying animation as part of my master's degree program, so this was a perfect supplement to my graduate work. The book is a little bit hard to read, because a lot of the pages are literally copies of notes circulated at Disney. However, the shear amount of information and insight into Disney's animation theories and techniques included in the book is amazing.
While this is a great look at the inside of the studio, it's not a "the making of" book. Instead, the lectures in the book focus more on writer and animator techniques such as character development, editing, etc. There are rules in here that perhaps aren't directly tied to a production, but talk about various movie production elements.
I would recommend this book for serious animation students, artists, and anyone who is interested in the inner workings of Walt Disney Studios. It's important to note that the book is historical, focuses only on the films made during Walt Disney's lifetime, and doesn't contain any information on modern Disney movies.
First up, the book documents Disney's legendary art training program of the 1930s when Walt brought top artists, art critics and art teachers of the day into the studio to educate his artists and improve their skills. Transcripts of lectures were made for distribution, many today fetching hundreds of dollars today at auction. Don has had them scanned in high detail here, so you are actually reading the unedited notes.
Along with the notes we get photos and drawings that put these note into perspective alongside the projects that were in the works at the time. For animation students this book is an asset, here is where all our knowledge of modern animation comes from.
Buy it, devour it. There is so much here, and it is brought to you by a modern Disney legend.
Just a magnificent book.