- Capa dura: 176 páginas
- Editora: Chronicle Books (CA); Edição: 01 (1 de maio de 2015)
- Idioma: Inglês
- ISBN-10: 1452135185
- ISBN-13: 978-1452135182
- Dimensões do produto: 24,1 x 2,5 x 29,2 cm
- Peso do produto: 1,3 Kg
- Avaliação média: 1.0 de 5 estrelas Ver todas as análises (1 avaliação de cliente)
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The Art of Inside Out (Inglês) Capa dura – 30 abr 2015
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Pete Docter is vice president of creative at Pixar Animation Studios and the writer and director of DisneyPixar's Inside Out. He directed the Academy Award;–winning feature films Monsters, Inc. and Up, and also worked as an animator, screenwriter, and voice actor. He lives in Piedmont, California.
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Faltou mostrar os processos iniciais, como se elaborou o conceito do filme, como foi feita a iluminação.
Dinheiro jogado fora, um filme tão legal, com um artbook tão fraco.
Recomendo para quem quiser cenas do filme, quem procura esse tipo de livro a título de estudo ficará decepcionado, pois terá investido uma grana da qual o retorno será bem abaixo do esperado.
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The book collects the concept art for the film. There are sketches and coloured illustrations of the characters, places and fantasy landscapes. The artworks are beautiful and nice, but can also be abstract at times, such as for the imaginary landscapes, so I really prefer those with more details fleshed out. The main artists whose work you'll see a lot are from Ronnie Del Carmen, Ralph Eggleston and Don Shank.
The downside of the book is the presentation style. I feel that it's unnecessary to blow up simple sketches to full page sizes. Sometimes it works, sometimes, it doesn't. And when it doesn't, it feels like it's trying to fill space. I found myself flipping through several pages with just a single sketch on it rather quickly because they just don't have enough details to hold attention. Whereas I would pause and admire the more detailed pieces.
There's quite a lot of white space in the book that could have been filled by commentary. Or the simple sketches could have been scaled down to allow more artworks to be included. There's no commentary other than the foreword by Amy Poehler and introduction by Pete Docter. Some text talking about the design would have added so much more depth to the book. There are some captions that describe the art, but more often than not there are none. I find it very confusing that they don't label who some of the characters are.
The Art of Inside Out feels lacking. I was looking back at the last four Pixar artbooks for Monsters University, Brave, Cars 2 and Toy Story 3 and they were all more substantial, with much more artworks and interesting commentary from the artists and staff.
Another downside is the lack of order. I wasn't able to perceive any type of categorisation. Usually, artbooks would group designs for characters, environments, props, effects separately. Some books would choose to present the art chronologically as they appear in the film. The artworks in this book feels jumbled up in no particular order. And it doesn't help that the captions are sometimes missing. All the artworks are credited to specific artists though.
It's probably not surprising that there's not even an author listed. I guess nobody wants to take credit for this book.
So overall, this book is a mixed bag to me. I would have expected something better coming from Pixar. If you have owned other Pixar artbooks, you'll be able to see clearly that the other books are better.
3 out of 5 stars.
(See more pictures of the book on my blog. Just visit my Amazon profile for the link.)
This book compiles just about every conceivable type of artwork from the film: pencil drawings, ink, marker, digital paintings, and even clay sculpts. You also get a few pages of storyboards and the color script.
Much of the imagery in the book is dedicated to the main characters - Riley (an 11-year old girl), her parents, and most importantly the emotions: Joy, Disgust, Fear, Anger, and Sadness. There are also many pages dedicated to the worlds that these characters inhabit - specifically the world inside Riley's head in which the emotions live.
One of the things that is very cool to see is how the five emotions essentially began as simple shapes and colors. Of course, the final characters are very layered and have a lot of detail - but the fundamental differences in shape and color allow the audience to easily distinguish one emotion from another and gives each character their own unique look to match their personality.
There is almost no text here, other than a foreword by Amy Poehler (who voices Joy) and an introduction by director Pete Docter. Some images do get captions, but they are short. So those looking for insight into the production process may be disappointed; although the artwork itself kind of demonstrates how the film's characters and design evolved over time.
I enjoy all the Pixar films; one of things I like is the way the filmmakers collaborate. The directors are very involved in the art and design process, taking a hands-on approach in a way that many live-action directors don't. Pete Docter is a great director (Up, Monsters Inc.) but he is also a great visual artist - the book shows some of his own sketches.
Anyone interested in animation or design in film should consider a purchase. Kids should really enjoy flipping through this one because there is a lot of great character art and colorful imagery. This is one of the nicest art books I've come across in a long time.
The book is available in hardcover or as a Kindle version; I highly recommend you purchase the hard copy, in this case the art deserves to be seen on the printed page rather than on a computer screen.
[NOTE: See comments section for link to photo gallery and high-quality HD unboxing video].
I love Pixar movies because of how artistic they are and the detail they put into their craft is phenomenal. Their attention to how everything should look, from the shapes of their eyes to what they should wear. The emotions they must have poured into their art to create a movie about emotions and how they should be depicted is well amazing. I have nothing but praise for this book, the artists, the movie, the cast and crew and the whole team that put this together. I love art books and it's always fun to read their scribbles and notes to get an in depth look at how they create such wonderful pieces.
This is a great art book, it's super detailed with lots of content and a great introduction by Pete Doctor and foreward by Amy Poehler. The book has a nice hardcover and the cover design makes it look like you stumbled upon one of the artists' studio tables and just snapped a photo of the different drawings that were there. There is so much detail and to see how each character was shaped and molded from the beginning to the end product is really cool.
If you loved the art of the film, you'll love this book and you can ponder over the intricacies of everything over and over again.