The Art of WALL•E

The Art of WALL E Pixar Animation Studios the innovators behind Toy Story Finding Nemo and Ratatouille created its latest genre defying film with an intriguing and unorthodox question in mind What if mankind had to

  • Title: The Art of WALL•E
  • Author: Tim Hauser Andrew Stanton
  • ISBN: 9780811862356
  • Page: 467
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Pixar Animation Studios, the innovators behind Toy Story, Finding Nemo, and Ratatouille, created its latest genre defying film with an intriguing and unorthodox question in mind What if mankind had to leave Earth, and somebody forgot to turn off the last robot WALL E Waste Allocation Load Lifter Earth Class is this last, soulful robot When his lonely work is interruPixar Animation Studios, the innovators behind Toy Story, Finding Nemo, and Ratatouille, created its latest genre defying film with an intriguing and unorthodox question in mind What if mankind had to leave Earth, and somebody forgot to turn off the last robot WALL E Waste Allocation Load Lifter Earth Class is this last, soulful robot When his lonely work is interrupted by the arrival of the sleek probe droid EVE, a rollicking adventure across the galaxy ensues.The Art of WALL E features the myriad pieces of concept art on which this fantastic, futuristic film was built, including storyboards, full color pastels, digital and pencil sketches, character studies, color scripts, and Astute text featuring quotes from the director, artists, animators, and production team unearths the filmmakers historical inspirations and recounts the creative process in intimate detail This richly illustrated portal into the artistic spirit of Pixar reveals a studio confidently pushing the limits of animation.

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    • Wall E tells the tale of the last robot trash compactor living in an abandoned Earth several decades from our future Introduced by director and writer Andrew Stanton, The Art of Wall E is immediately text based than some of the other books in the series The first few pages of the book have only a few illustrations accompanying the long paragraphs of information about the film.While this isn t perhaps what is expected of a book focusing on animation, it is in depth than other volumes in the Art [...]


    • The Art of WALL.E is pretty self explanatory A beautiful table book full of art from every stage imaginable of Pixar s WALL.E When I first watched the movie, I was blown away This is the type of book that will satisfy the curiosity of anyone who is interested in a in depth look at it s creation Also, there are a lot of pretty pictures If this wasn t a library book I d be taking some of these pages and putting them up on my wall Such a beautiful book


    • Great stuff it is always a nice contrast to the finished pieces, seeing the very rough early concepts Funny how the final ideas come from unexpected sources, like the eyes of Wall E from handling a binocular and figuring out lots of emotion expression can come out of it.



    • Pixar s The Art of books tend to be wildly uneven in their quality Some of them contain great insight into the creative process and clearly establish an artistic narrative that takes you from early sketchwork to final product Othes seem almost slapdash, as if the authors had only minimal access to artwork and even then, only to a few artists The Art of WALL E is one of the better ones The text is excellent Wall E was a film whose genesis was as much in Charlie Chaplin silent films of the 1920s a [...]


    • While there is not much text in this book, it is than made up with in beautiful colour images This book has opened my eyes to all the pre production artwork that goes into an animated film It is exciting and inspiring to see how artists still have a place in shaping these films Further, the text that was in this book did an excellent job of promoting and explaining what Pixar is all about namely, the importance of the story Some Memorable quotes No amount of the best animation in the world will [...]


    • Great collection of artwork and thoughts behind making this wonderful film Loved to learn about how they studied silent film for the interactions and the takeaway from that era that contrary to standard story practices, Wall E as our hero doesn t have to change in this story He is simply so unique that we watch everyone else change around him simply by him being there.Every single page is an artistic gem for anyone interested in visual development design.


    • This artbook focused on the development of the landscapes and environmental considerations of the movie It s a valuable book for any animator, as there are wonderful side notes from the creative team about the emotional life of the film There isn t much about character development of the robots, but there is quite a bit about the human gels.


    • I m definitely going to be reading of these art books on Disney movies This was such an interesting book to see how this wonderful movie came to life How Wall e was inspired from R2 D2 and Eve from Apple products as well as other ideas that they had before arriving at the finale I can t wait to read of these


    • Very little text, yet, than I expected You get exactly what you need, and perhaps even This collection of visual treasures from the making of Wall.E truly is worth reading The words are few, but they re gold worth.


    • Well worth a look over This book reveals the depth and detail Pixar brings to their films, from the careful selection of each scene s color palette to the multitude of sketches depicting the thought process behind minor characters A beautiful book perfect for the coffee table.


    • The included artwork is very cool but I want Also, it is worth reading just for the insight into how the production worked so hard on the silent portions of the film.



    • The best of the Pixar Art of books I saw that Hauser was kept on for the Up book That s a good idea, because his writing and art selection is a big boost over some of the earlier books.


    • I LOVED THIS MOVIE I ve seen it three times already and cried every time I really enjoyed reading the interviews with the Pixar guys and seeing the art from the movie.


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