The Art of DreamWorks Animation

The Art of DreamWorks Animation Ramin Zahed DreamWorks Jeffrey Katzenberg Bill Damaschke
  • Title: The Art of DreamWorks Animation
  • Author: Ramin Zahed DreamWorks Jeffrey Katzenberg Bill Damaschke
  • ISBN: 9781419711664
  • Page: 442
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Art of DreamWorks Animation Ramin Zahed DreamWorks Jeffrey Katzenberg Bill Damaschke The Art of DreamWorks Animation Founded in by Steven Spielberg Jeffrey Katzenberg and David Geffen DreamWorks Animation instantly became a world renowned animation studio with blockbuster franchises including Shrek Madagasc
    Founded in 1994 by Steven Spielberg, Jeffrey Katzenberg, and David Geffen, DreamWorks Animation instantly became a world renowned animation studio with blockbuster franchises including Shrek, Madagascar, and Kung Fu Panda Though its earliest films, such as The Prince of Egypt, feature traditional hand drawn cel animation, DreamWorks soon forayed into claymation with ChickFounded in 1994 by Steven Spielberg, Jeffrey Katzenberg, and David Geffen, DreamWorks Animation instantly became a world renowned animation studio with blockbuster franchises including Shrek, Madagascar, and Kung Fu Panda Though its earliest films, such as The Prince of Egypt, feature traditional hand drawn cel animation, DreamWorks soon forayed into claymation with Chicken Run and Wallace Gromit, and pioneered advanced computer animation with films such as Antz, Shark Tale, and How to Train Your Dragon Brimming with concept art, preproduction designs, and character sketches, DreamWorks Animation marks the studio s 20th anniversary and offers unprecedented behind the scenes access into its archives An introduction by DreamWorks co founder Katzenberg provides insider perspective on the studio s most popular films, as does running commentary from artists and directors on all of DreamWorks 30 films to date.
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    About Ramin Zahed DreamWorks Jeffrey Katzenberg Bill Damaschke


    1. Ramin Zahed is the Editor in Chief of the Los Angeles based monthly publication, Animation magazine He has been covering the animation and visual effects world for over 15 years Before joining Animag, he was a senior editor at Daily variety His articles have also appeared in Variety, Hollywood reporter, The Los Angeles times and The Christian science monitor.


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    1. This book is so beautiful, I couldn t buy it quick enough The artwork and annotations have the perfect amount of information for the 30 different movies but do so in a way that you just keep flicking the pages to see what comes next Type of thing you could read over and over again if you re really into animation and the work that goes into it, just like I am

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    2. Some brilliant and insightful interviews with the key people behind some of the best classic animated films A weighty tome spanning two decades in great quality reproductions of concept art and production art alike.

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    3. Didn t expect less from such company _

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    4. Ha sido un libro muy interesante de leer sinceramente, aunque yo siempre haya tirado m s por Disney que por Dream Works, y aunque algunas de las peliculas no las conocia Leer como es el proceso de creaci n de una pelicula y anecdotas acerca de su realizaci n siempre me fascina Sinceramente con estos libros este junto al que he le do de El libro de Disney me han abierto a un tipo nuevo de lectura que me fascina y me curiosea much simo.

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    5. Beautiful works of art alongside key annotations about each production from the people involved 4 stars only because I prefer art books with a little insight and accompanying text about the development process and materials used It would make a great coffee table addition to any animation fans home.

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    6. Simplemente perfecto Me dio mil razones m s para amar DreamWorks El nico defecto es que quisiera que fuera m s largo, quiero m s

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    7. For photos video of this book, please visit my blog movieartbook 2015 04 rOver the last two decades, Dreamworks Animation Studios has produced 30 films In honor of the studios 20th Anniversary, they released The Art of Dreamworks Animation, which features over 300 pages of great artwork By aggregating artwork from each of the Dreamworks Animation movies, this book serves as a nice collection of the Studio s history.For me, the single most striking aspect of Dreamworks animated films are their co [...]

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    8. A DELIGHT FOR ANIMATION FANS.This whopper of a book is a delight for film fans and especially those crazy on animations pics Virtually the history of DreamWorks animation, it s a huge book covering the studio s output from Antz through to Home with hundreds of photos devoted to some thirty films with about ten to twelve pages covering each.Stylishly designed with delightful imagery on every page and informative articles and comments from the artists involved in these unique creations The collect [...]

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    9. This is a beautiful addition for any art lover anywhere in the world Covering 20 years in a book that is not too cumbersome to hold is not an easy feat and the author has done a commendable job of restraining himself to just a few pages per movie The full page prints with minimal write ups is a wonderful idea It allows one the opportunity to try and soak up the glory of the wonderful work done by artists who have worked on these movies At times I feel the few pages to every movie are not fair, b [...]

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    10. Don t get me wrong, the art is great, but it s somehowflat Maybe my problem is how literal it is No weird abstractions and dilutions, like Geefwee Boedoe s concept art for the early Pixar movies Most of the artwork looks like non CG frames from the movies.The text is kinda sad There are vapid synopses of the movies themes There are quotes are either delusional about or defensive of the qualities of the movies Reading it gives your soul a headache, which is a lot like watching most of their movie [...]

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    11. A great collection of the artwork of animated movies by DreamWorks Animation You get to see the different type of art they use for different movies, though if you d like something in depth or focused on a particular movie it s better to find the book where they just concentrate on the art of that movie.

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    12. Confession I didn t actually read this book Not a single word Sometimes you just need to appreciate the artwork Maybe when I m not busy with that I ll read the words.Seriously, look at it first, actually read it later.

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    13. The only thing I can say is I wish it was bigger I would ve liked to see sketches and character designs.

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