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|What can Dory remember? Who are her parents? In Finding Dory, Pixar Animation Studios sets out to answer these questions, to the delight of Finding Nemo fans. The Art of Finding Dory offers a look at the creative process behind the making of this much-anticipated sequel, shining a light on the many inspiring and beautiful layers of creation the artists at the studio explored during years of development.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||219933435|
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|Introduction by||Steve Pilcher|
|Foreword by||Ellen Degeneres|
|Preface by||John Lasseter|
|Number of Pages||176 Pages|
|Lc Classification Number||Nc1766.U53f5637 2016|
|Reviews||"It took four years to bring Finding Dory to the big screen. Once you read The Art of Finding Dory you will understand what a true labor of love the journey was." -Wink Books, "The Art of Finding Dory is 176 pages of in-depth looks into the history of the film. From early character sketches on scrap paper, to graphic artist renditions of logos or posters that dress the sets of the film, there's no better way to dive into the background of the movie than by flipping through the pages. This book goes back to the roots of the "art of" series and provides countless storyboards, colorscripts and text which provides even more insights into the art which fills the pages." -PixarPost, "This volume, like some of the other Pixar-based art books, dives into more details about the creation of the movie, and not just the concept art. For instance, Steve Pilcher explains how different shapes and forms were used throughout the film: curved shapes to represent comfort in Dory's home, empty space to evoke loneliness in the wide ocean, and linear shapes in the human-built world that seem totally alien to Dory. There are also notes about color theory and how color and lighting is used to elicit particular emotions. Throughout the book, you get not only digital paintings but also pencil sketches, storyboards, scribbled notes, clay sculpts, and even a few photographs of the Pixar team at work. There are architectural renderings of the Marine Life Institute and graphic design for the various signs and posters you would see around the human world. There are even storyboards of several deleted scenes." -GeekDad|
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