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characters ´ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ☆ Tia Kratter

characters ´ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ☆ Tia Kratter Ssly flowing through the colors of the rainbow it becomes crystal clear how each frame tells a story Bound into a gorgeous volume The Color of Pixar encapsulates ev. This is a beautiful little book In spite of its small size only 825 wide by 625 tall I think of it kind of like a little coffee table book The book seeks to show how color is used in the films of Pixar As the introduction explains the idea is to take single frames from the studio's films and look at them out of context using the spectrum of color as a connecting theme Each scene is framed with the color beginning with white and shading to blue violet and through all the colors until it ends with red red violet and finally black It isn't so much that each color is exactly dominating in each scene as much as it highlights that color and how it's used And that's the bulk of the book 348 pages 15 thick with only a forward and brief introduction but no explanation Personally I would have preferred to have some explanation but art students may find this minimalist approach perfect My daughter is something of a budding artist and she appreciated the book a great deal For myself I just enjoyed seeing the pictures from the films I actually love animated shows cartoons in the language of my generation and have seen most of the Pixar films

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The Color of Pixar Read è eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ´ Bold and beautiful this volume presents hundreds of film stills from the Pixar archives in a glorious spectrum of color Starting with bright white images and seamlessly flowing through the colors of the rainbow it becomes crystal clear how each frame tells a story Bound into a Erything there is to love about the studio the attention to detail the playful characters and the sheer scope of their work in over 20 years of iconic feature films. While a few of the selected images seemed to be a stretch for the color selection they represented this was still a well put together pretty book The page numbers were entirely unnecessary but the movie credit at the bottom of each page was nice because although most were easily recognizable a few were such background shots you couldn't tell where they were from I was surprised a how well the older films Toy Story Bug's Life held up against the newer ones Finding Dory Coco because sometimes age of a work can be jarring in a book like this In general it was cool to see the detail in stills because unless you worked on the film or like to pause a film a lot you usually don't interact with the medium in this way

Tia Kratter ☆ 7 review

The Color of PixarBold and beautiful this volume presents hundreds of film stills from the Pixar archives in a glorious spectrum of color Starting with bright white images and seamle. While this is an intriguing concept collecting static scenes from Pixar movies and arranging them across the color spectrum the execution isn't at all what I would have hoped or wanted Each image is framed by what is supposed to be its dominant I guess color yet in some cases it's clearly a stretch The images are delivered entirely without commentary just a citation for the movie title and year so this feels like a lost opportunity to examine how the use of color impacts the tone emotion and delivery of the scene I was expecting to read about how the use of color for characters environments and situations supplemented or reinforced the dynamics of the scene but this was a total bust Basically if you want to look through a scenebook this is the one for you If you're looking for actual information about Pixar animation and techniue skip it; this is not the book you seek