It's a technique that first helped bring Mickey Mouse to life --
and today's greatest movie makers, from Martin Scorcese to Tim
Burton, couldn't make a film without it. The storyboard started as
a series of sketches, fastened to a cork board with pushpins, that
helped a director conceptualize a film's narrative and visual flow.
Today, storyboarding is a multi-tiered process, involving numerous
steps that take months, and sometimes even years, to complete.
A renowned expert in the field of animation, John Canemaker
narrates the creative search for, and development of, memorable
stories, situations, and personalities for Disney's finest animated
films, from Snow White to The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Profusely
illustrated with rare examples of original sequential story
sketches from the Disney archives, Paper Dreams explores the art
and craft of storyboarding as it was -- and still is -- performed
by master artists. Offering an exciting, behind-the-scenes glimpse
of a crucial and intricate part of the animation process, here is
an essential volume for animation fans, Disney collectors, and pop
culture enthusiasts alike.
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