Hans P. Bacher is acknowledged as one of the greats of production design for animation, He has been given access to Disney’s archives to uncover. A truly unique visual delight offering insight into the development of animation classics like Bambi, Beauty and the Beast, The Lion King, Lilo. Cover for Dream Worlds. Dream Worlds. Production Design for Animation. Book • Authors: Hans P Bacher. Browse book content. About the book.
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This book is an invaluable resource for any production designer. User Review – Flag as inappropriate This book is an invaluable resource for any production designer.
The clear and simple explanation provides another perspective into looking at storyboards, into understanding what the scene means and how it contributes to the story. I bought this book primarily for the art but I’ve realised that there’s more to all the art displayed.
There are also dedicated chapters to films where Hans Bacher talks specifically on how production design was done. Dave Edens rated it really liked it Oct 10, Beauty and the Beast.
My library Animahion Advanced Book Search. Interesting collection of art and stories. So interesting to read and great artworks. Nov 18, Ilse rated it really liked it Shelves: Just visit my library page for the link.
They are based in Asia but ship globally. It is a feast for the eyes. How would you compare this book with Composing Pictures: A bit like a visual memoir of Bacher’s career. The reproductions of his art are beautiful, and the page layouts are well crafted. There are many useful lessons, such as film analysis, visual development and research, camera rules, composition, staging and others.
I bought this book primarily for the art but I’ve realised that there’s more to all the art displayed. Also fascinating was artwork from shelved projects. Instead you see his creativity manifest in Extremely inspiring. Every example animatlon in the book serves to emphasis design concepts.
Contact them via email or Facebook for enquires. I enjoyed some of Hans’ anecdotes from some of the different productions he worked on but overall the text is a bit frivolous and with some of foor advice being about general film making and lacking focus.
Matilda Millani rated it it was ok Apr 15, Mar 23, Alec Chalmers rated it really liked it. His works are inspiring.
Feb 18, Michael Scott rated it really liked it Shelves: Learn to draw Check out my online sketching courses. This was interesting in some ways, as it caused me to think about certain techniques that go into designing an image hana how it fits in a frame, the process of development, etc. Daline rated it it was amazing Dec 27, Every example included in the book serves to emphasis design concepts.
It talks about how to go about setting the style and look for animation. Production Design for Animation: This book is well worth the money, actually not just to production designers, but for every artist.
Apr 20, Herman Litt rated it it worldss amazing Shelves: Jacqueline rated it really liked it Aug 02, It is a feast for the eyes. Hardcoverpages. Aspects of it were useful to my field though, and generally it was a very inspiring book. E-mail The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly. This book is an invaluable resource for any production designer.
Dream Worlds: Production Design for Animation by Hans Bacher
There are many useful lessons, such as film analysis, visual bachee and research, camera rules, composition, staging and others. Stay informed on our latest news! I’m fascinated by concept art, especially for beautiful animation movies such as the ones that come out of Disney. I bought this book hana for the art but I’ve realised that there’s more to all the art displayed.
Check your email and spam folder to confirm your subscription. I would also have loved if he’d told the reader about more exercises to do since probably a lot of us readers read it to learn.
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Contains some very inspiring images of some of the painstaking Disney layouts, spanning most of the Disney renaissance era of the nineties. Production Design in Animation.
Published December 1st by Routledge first published November 23rd Honestly, this book made me want to watch Bambi again The clear and simple explanation provides another fir into looking at storyboards, into understanding what the scene means and how it contributes to the story. Product details Format Hardback pages Dimensions x x