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review ã They Drew as They Pleased Vol. 3: The Hidden Art of Disney's Late Golden Age (The 1940s - Part Two) (Art of Disney, Cartoon Illustrations, Books about Movies) E details of character development This latest volume from famed Disney historian Didier Ghez profiles six remarkable artists from that department sharing uncommon and never before seen images of their influential work behind the scenes With vivid descriptions and passages from t. They Drew as They Pleased Vol 3 The Hidden Art of Disney s Late Golden Age by Didier Ghez is a must have for animation fans as well as Disney fans This third volume is chock full of some incredible never before seen artwork created by the Disney studio artists in the 1940s and as the studio prepared for films like the breakthrough Fantasia Dumbo Pinocchio Cinderella and Peter Pan There are chapters on artists such as Eduardo Sola Franco Jack miller and several others With preliminary sketches background paintings first hand commentary and artists diary entries we see the great momentum that Disney inspired in his artists Much of this art never appeared on screen but made the Disney films some of the most important films ever made Walt s Character Model Department is showcased with the mauettes of characters and props that would be used in the films The book is a meticulous record of just a portion of The Warlock remarkable artists from that department sharing uncommon and never before seen images of their influential work behind the scenes With vivid descriptions and passages from t. They Drew as They Pleased Vol 3 The Hidden Art of Disney s Late Golden Age by Didier Ghez is a must have for animation fans as well as Disney fans This third volume is chock full of some incredible never before seen artwork created by the Disney studio artists in the 1940s and as the studio prepared for films like the breakthrough Fantasia Dumbo Pinocchio Cinderella and Peter Pan There are chapters on artists such as Eduardo Sola Franco Jack miller and several others With preliminary sketches background paintings first hand commentary and artists diary entries we see the great momentum that Disney inspired in his artists Much of this art never appeared on screen but made the Disney films some of the most important films ever made Walt s Character Model Department is showcased with the mauettes of characters and props that would be used in the films The book is a meticulous A Dot on the Map Selected Stories and Poems record of just a portion of

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review ã They Drew as They Pleased Vol. 3: The Hidden Art of Disney's Late Golden Age (The 1940s - Part Two) (Art of Disney, Cartoon Illustrations, Books about Movies) Walt Disney always envisioned the studios that bear his name remaining relevant by consistently taking creative risks and doing the unexpected Heading into the 1940s he crafted an entirely new division of the studio called the Character Model Department which focused solely on th. Yet another amazing book from Didier Ghez The artwork is incredible in its scope and beauty I have over 350 Disney themed books and I can attest to the fact that 90% of the artwork is indeed previously unpublished It is eye opening to see concept art for Peter Pan Lady and the Tramp and Alice in Wonderland from the early 1940s and how this art is reflected in these movies over a decade laterThe concept art for Don uixote and Fantasia alone are worth the price of the bookBuy this book NOW to ensure the future titles in this series see the light of dayplease Room for More Cranberry Inn #2 remaining Ethan of Athos relevant by consistently taking creative The Last Comanche Chief The Life and Times of uanah Parker risks and doing the unexpected Heading into the 1940s he crafted an entirely new division of the studio called the Character Model Department which focused solely on th. Yet another amazing book from Didier Ghez The artwork is incredible in its scope and beauty I have over 350 Disney themed books and I can attest to the fact that 90% of the artwork is indeed previously unpublished It is eye opening to see concept art for Peter Pan Lady and the Tramp and Alice in Wonderland from the early 1940s and how this art is Manic Pop Thrill reflected in these movies over a decade laterThe concept art for Don uixote and Fantasia alone are worth the price of the bookBuy this book NOW to ensure the future titles in this series see the light of dayplease

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review ã They Drew as They Pleased Vol. 3: The Hidden Art of Disney's Late Golden Age (The 1940s - Part Two) (Art of Disney, Cartoon Illustrations, Books about Movies) He artists’ journals this visually rich collection offers a rare view of the Disney artists whose work gave rise to many classic Disney characters and who ultimately rewrote the future of character creation in animationCopyright ©2017 Disney Enterprises Inc All Rights Reserved. Next to the Story Department The Character Model Department was also the heart of creativity at the Disney Studio John Canemaker wrote a chapter in his book Before The Animation Begins about the inner workings of the department and the key personnel A book on this topic really needed to be written and Didier Ghez was just the person to do it Didier had told us that this would be the best entry in the series and for good reasonIn addition to giving in depth insight and understanding to the origins functions and personnel who worked in the Character Model Department we re also treated to some insight on the development of features that were shelved for several years Many dedicated fans know that most of the Disney features released in the late 40 s and 50 s were actually in production by the start of the 40 s but shelved due to economic setbacks and WWII There are many model sheets and story sketches fr

  • 248pages
  • They Drew as They Pleased Vol. 3: The Hidden Art of Disney's Late Golden Age (The 1940s - Part Two) (Art of Disney, Cartoon Illustrations, Books about Movies)
  • Didier Ghez
  • English
  • 08 June 2020
  • 1452151938