Funny!: Twenty-Five Years of Laughter from the Pixar Story Room (The Art of...)

Funny!: Twenty-Five Years of Laughter from the Pixar Story Room (The Art of...)

Language: English

Pages: 168

ISBN: 1452122288

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


From Toy Story to The Good Dinosaur, some of the most iconic and hilarious moments in Pixar's films were first conceived by the artists featured in this book. But there are hundreds of gags that don't make it past the cutting room floor, like Mater as a ninja and Sadness wearing mom jeans. Funny! explores this material in depth, showcasing classic moments from all of Pixar's films to date, plus never-before-published illustrations and doodles from the Pixar archives. With an introduction by veteran story man Jason Katz, this book is a must-have for any Pixar fan.

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switching to “Spanish mode” assembled in the story room for what we affectionately comes to mind). It’s a shotgun approach to problem call a “gag session.” The goal of this meeting could be solving and a wonderfully spontaneous brain dump of creation. Having been lucky enough to be in the room In your hands you hold a snapshot of the Pixar story for many sessions myself, I can tell you they are one of process in its purest form, revealing the sometimes my favorite parts of the story

process. I love the energy crude, but often hilarious path to creating our films. It’s of a group of artists building off each other’s ideas with an opportunity to recognize the artists, many unseen, a hive mind level of efficiency. Egos are checked at the who lay the foundation of the studios’ sense of humor. door and most of the time no one can recall the origin It’s a chance to see a handful of gags, most of which of a gag. I might get a laugh for a drawing that was were destined for

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Michael Yates Jeff Pidgeon Thanks to all of the creatives at Pixar and Chronicle who crafted this book: Tony Rosenast Juliet Roth Bobby Rubio Shiho Tilley Gleb Sanchez-Lobashov Melissa Woods Chris Sanders John Sanford Jeff Sangalli –Jason Katz Dan Scanlon Gary Schultz ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 167 WRAP PARTY PRODUCTION THIS SUCKS! OH YEAH? YOU IDOT LOVE YOU, MAN! YOU'RS GREAT! SO ARE YOU! SWEETHEART! YOU'RE SO TALENTED DIE!DIE! Floyd Norman, marker Most cartoonists are first and

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