Art of Brave Hardcover – May 15 2012
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"If you marveled at the artistry of Disney Pixar's 'Brave, ' you're going to love 'The Art of Brave.'" - Sioux City Journal
About the Author
Jenny Lerew is an animation story artist and the author of a noted blog on animation art and history, The Blackwing Diaries . She is also the author of Scrambled Ink , a compendium of original illustrated stories, and has worked as a director and story artist at Warner Bros, Amblimation, Turner, Disney, and DreamWorks. Her most recent film was DreamWorks Animation's How to Train Your Dragon . Jenny lives in Pasadena, California.
John Lasseter is a two-time Academy Award-winning director and the chief creative officer at Pixar and Walt Disney Animation Studios.
Brenda Chapman is the director of Brave . She previously directed DreamWorks Animation Studios' 1998 release, The Prince of Egypt , and worked as a story artist on a number of beloved films from Walt Disney Animation Studios, including The Little Mermaid, The Rescuers Down Under, Beauty and the Beast, The Hunchback of Notre Dame , and Fantasia/2000 . Chapman was also the story supervisor on Disney's The Lion King .
Mark Andrews is the director of Brave . He has worked in Pixar's story department on a number of feature films including The Incredibles, Cars, Ratatouille , and Toy Story 3 , and also co-wrote and co-directed the Academy Award® nominated Pixar short film One Man Band . Most recently, Andrews was co-writer and second unit director on the Disney film John Carter .
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This volume contains 160 pages of character concept sketches, poses, storyboards, environmental art, weapons, in all forms of media from pencil right up to digital. It also takes you into the minds of the creators and shows you their thought process on how this type of movie is made.
The book is of high quality with nice thick stock paper and is filled with both black and white pictures as well as full color.
Highly recommended for Disney/Pixar fans, Brave fans, and fans of conceptual art.
I doubt you will be disappointed.
|Length: 0:45 Mins|
- Character Art - sketches and digital
- Portions of the Color Script
- Storyboards (including transformation into bear sequence)
- Environment Concepts
- Celtic Art & Graphics
- Reference Photography of ruins and countryside
Love the sculpt pages and all the rich elements of the other pages.
More complete then Up! artbook.
Je l'aime beaucoup, autant que le contenu est excellent pour le sujet couvert, que la qualité de la facture du livre qui est à des années-lumière des livres à couverture souple et papier de moindre qualité du type "paperback".
I love it, very nice inside and out, it is a long time I saw a book made with that all over quality so far away from those paperback. It is a book for animation and book lovers.
While this isn't the best art book i've seen, it's definitely one worth picking up!
Très bon rapport qualité-prix.
Most recent customer reviews
Arrived on time, not damages, and its just great. Love the content.Published 14 months ago by Rebecca
I love the art and information! The book is as beautiful and the movie!Published 16 months ago by Ellie's Boss
I gave this book to my son for his birthday, he is an animator, he loved it, so I guess it met the requirements.Published on May 14 2013 by Terri A. Caylor