The Art of Big Hero 6

Walt Disney Animation Studios Big Hero 6 is the story of Hiro Hamada, a brilliant robotics prodigy who must foil a criminal plot that threatens to destroy the fast paced, high tech city of San Fransokyo This new title in our popular The Art of series, published to coincide with the movie s U.S release, features concept art from the film s creation including sketches, stWalt Disney Animation Studios Big Hero 6 is the story of Hiro Hamada, a brilliant robotics prodigy who must foil a criminal plot that threatens to destroy the fast paced, high tech city of San Fransokyo This new title in our popular The Art of series, published to coincide with the movie s U.S release, features concept art from the film s creation including sketches, storyboards, maquette sculpts, colorscripts, and much illuminated by quotes and interviews with the film s creators Fans will love the behind the scenes insights into Disney s newest action comedy adventure.
The Art of Big Hero Walt Disney Animation Studios Big Hero is the story of Hiro Hamada a brilliant robotics prodigy who must foil a criminal plot that threatens to destroy the fast paced high tech city of San Fransok

  • Title: The Art of Big Hero 6
  • Author: Jessica Julius John Lasseter Don Hall
  • ISBN: 9781452122212
  • Page: 342
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. Very nice and cute art book. Lots of designs and info about the characters, even the cat Mochi is included! <3 :3

    2. 4.5 stars rounded up to 5.I really only bought this for the cool pictures that I knew would be included: early designs for the characters that of course we never would have seen in the actual film.As for reading material though, it was mostly annotations and not much actual text. Dammit, I wish this was longer. :(

    3. Aside from the fact that some of the pictures are so small that you need a magnifying glass to read the notes, this is one of the best "Art of" books I've seen.The details of how they developed everything from the architecture to the characters is fascinating, and it all feels like it simply flows from one item to the next.Weirdly, this book doesn't have any more text than most of its type, yet it feels like it has a lot more content. I attribute that to clear explanations and solidly-chosen exa [...]

    4. I can't say that I'm a huge fan of this movie. I think that it suffers from many of the limitations of classic Disney films. That being said, it was eye opening to see the details of the creative process that brought this visually stunning film to life. I was also surprised to find out that Big Hero 6 is inspired by a defunct Marvel comic from the late 90s-early 2000s. The translation (or in this case the "Disneyfying") of the comic is carefully explained in the book. The authors also give insig [...]

    5. This one was SO good. I love the movie and I watch it every time it's on tv or just when I feel sad on DVD.This book was so inspiring! I loved to read the whole process; from creating the setting, to the characters and even how the light and colors worked in the final product.

    6. This book really gives the reader an insight into the incredible work that went into creating the movie. I loved how it was put together, selfishly wishing there was more to it, but I guess that's what the movie is for.

    7. "Big Hero 6" is one of the best designed films I've seen in a while. The film features sophisticated animation which Walt Disney Animation has become known for (particularly since Disney brought Lasseter/Pixar into the fold). The film employed the most cutting-edge technology in computer animation, including Hyperion (a brand new light simulator which adds realism to digital cinematography). It's also important to note that the film was based on a Marvel comic - and although story and design cha [...]

    8. I guess it goes without saying that a tremendous amount of thought goes into sets and design for animated movies. But to see this amount of thought going into even the most minute of scenery makes me appreciate the medium as well as this particular movie. The developers visited robotic studios, studied architecture and history, and viewed videos of various animals for inspiration on movement. They drew backgrounds and scenes that were only peripheral to the movie, to create an entire world as a [...]

    9. I fell in love with Big Hero 6 when I watched the trailers for it quite some time ago. The animation in it was outstanding and a feat of engineering as well as art. I've seen some of the concept art going around Tumblr but thought that I wanted it for myself. You can really see the process of blending San Francisco and Tokyo to make the whimsical city in the movie, and the seamless culture meshing of Japan and the United States with the setting and the characters. One tiny little thing I liked i [...]

    10. I was given the book for Christmas, but waited until I had seen the film before I opened it. I was glad I did. The movie was great fun with lots of heart, and the book is a typical exploration of the creation process. The most interesting section n the book focused on the research for lighting the film to ensure it had the same light as the real San Francisco. The alternative character designs were also fun to look at. If you like this sort of book, then you will find this one to be worth your t [...]

    11. This book is great! It gives a lot of insight into the creation of Big Hero 6 and the thought that went behind the characters and environments. I love seeing the work of Jin Kim and Shiyoon Kim in the character sections.There are a few storyboards, but not enough to suit my taste. Nonetheless, I appreciated what they included and loved the fact that they attributed certain ideas and design strategies to specific artists in the actual body text of the book, rather than just putting their names in [...]

    12. A lovable book of art for fans of the Disney movie Big Hero 6.I picked this book up after watching the movie, which I loved due to the beautiful art work, the character designs, and the detailed and vast sets. The book offered glimpses into the the thought processes that went behind the creative minds at Disney as they worked to create a great piece of work.If you like reading about the art direction behind movies like Big Hero 6, then I would definitely recommend this one.

    13. Sad. All these talented artists spent so much time creating action figures that they forgot to create a story for 'em. This was obviously the problem with the film, but wow, even the concept art is insubstantial. This project never had a chance. Insights like, "We like to push the envelope, so for example, Fred looks like a burnout, but he's actually wealthy," make this read all the more heart-breaking.

    14. I really love the Sanfransokyo setting of Big Hero 6 and this book contains some nice artwork and snippets of text that explains some of the ideas behind it. Hiro's home is too cool! I wouldn't mind living there at all!!As always, I prefer the graphite and pencil drawings to computer art. Though there are some nice digital drawings of the characters in here and also the pet cat. The pages about Bayomax are an interesting read. I think everyone should have a robot healthcare worker/friend.

    15. I admit I didn't read most of the words It's called 'the art of', so I honestly get these books for the pictures. This book was very good because it had more art than words, which not all artbooks do. You get the background to the character appearances, the buildings, even San Fran Sokyo itself.

    16. Unlike most "Art of" books, this one didn't just tell you how the styles if artwork were chosen, but why. It went into fairly good detail about lighting and cinematography and character design, to the point that I think it could act as a "How to" for designing your own characters in the Big Hero 6 world.

    17. I love this film and loved learning about all of the hard work that was put into making it. I especially loved that the movements of Baymax is based off movements of baby penguins. They said toddler movements just made Baymax look drunk. XD

    18. A beautiful art book for fans of the movie Big Hero 6. It's particularly interesting to see how the character designs changed throughout the process of creating the movie. Text light and picture heavy, so you get a lot of art to look at.

    19. The first thing I said to my husband when the credits rolled was "I want to live there" and "I need the artbook ASAP". It satisfies my love of Japanese landscapes and designs with lovely mashups of western cultures as well.

    20. One of the good books, I enjoyed every thing from A-Z, specially the parts about Tadashi & Baymax. What a wonderful book indeed.

    21. This book is better than most in showing what goes on behind the scenes and the production cycle. The art is fantastic as well.

    22. Great the art of, though i miss some more character drawings and storyboards (i want all of it always!) the book is superb, the movie is just amazing, and the art is awesome,

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