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The Art of Tangled Hardcover – Nov 3 2010
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About the Author
Jeff Kurtti is one of the leading authorities on The Walt Disney Company and its history, the author of more than 20 books, a writer-director of award-winning documentaries, and a respected public speaker, host, and panel moderator. A Seattle, Washington native, Kurtti has worked for Walt Disney Imagineering, the theme park design division of The Walt Disney Company, and then for the Corporate Special Projects department of Disney. Since 1995 he has enjoyed a career as an author, writer, and consultant in the motion picture, theatre, and themed-entertainment industries.
John Lasseter is a two-time Academy Award-winning director and the chief creative officer at Pixar and Walt Disney Animation Studios.
Nathan Greno, co-director of Tangled, joined the Walt Disney Animation Studios in 1996. He served over a decade in the Story Department, and was story supervisor on the film Bolt. Greno wrote and directed the acclaimed 2009 short Super Rhino.
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The 160-page hardcover is filled with the very distinctive Disney style art, featuring character designs, environment and storyboards.
I love the beautiful character sketches and there are lots of them. Some of the character artists are Jin Kim, Claire Keane, Bill Schwab who drew really expressive characters. But much of them are drawn by legendary animator Glen Keane, and they really stand out with their lively action poses. It's fun to see the many expressions and tricks Rapunzel can do with her 70-feet hair. Other than Rapunzel, there are sketches for Flynn Rider (prince), Pascal (chameleon), Maximus (horse) and other characters like the bad guys.
As for the environment art, you'll get to see the familiar Disney towns and castles as interpreted by artists today. The design inspiration comes from previous Disney films like Cinderella, Pinocchio and Sleeping Beauty. Some of the paintings from those films are also included. It's about translating what used to be 2D into 3D and you can read all about the challenges from the artists' interviews.
The change in medium for creating Tangled makes it feel like a totally fresh Disney fairy tale, yet it also feels like the older ones at the same time. It continues Disney's legacy in animation in a fine way.
This book is a treat to artists, animators and art lovers. A lot of great artists contributed to the art and unfortunately I can't name them all so you'll have to get the book to check out their work.
(There are more pictures of the book on my blog. Just visit my Amazon profile for the link.)
I have been a huge fan of animation for all my life. I am the type of person that love concept art and sketches more than finished pieces, and this book delivers.
160 pages of character/environmental concepts, to facial expressions, lighting techniques, and of course designs for Rapunzel's golden locks. Some pages and filled with beautifully colored scenes and multiple pages feature an artist's take on several different poses.
Highly recommended. One of the treasure's of my collection.
Most recent customer reviews
I adore the art and there are lots of explanations as to why things ended up designed as they were. Great book.Published 13 months ago by E
If your are and art fan or a tangled fan this book is amazing. Beautifully done and quite a bit of artwork and write ups. Gorgeous.Published 20 months ago by S. Evans
My daughter loved it as she is trying to get into animation as a career. So worked very well...yeah !Published on March 14 2014 by Said-c
I was worried there would be a lot of 3D art in here but as a 2D fan, I always want to see 2D sketches and drawings and in this respect I wasn't disappointed. Read morePublished on Jan. 3 2014 by Tom