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Book: Art of the Incredibles

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Thanks to honeyfields for letting me borrow this. It was fun reading this because it not only showed the concept art in the evolution of the character design (I never realized Edna Mode is half-Japanese), it also revealed evolution in the story design. Tony Fucile, Lou Romano, and Teddy Newton did a great job giving this movie a proper retro-feel that carried into the final movie renderings. Given my inability to draw humans or understand color, though, I think Scott Caple's B&W vehicle and building renderings are the drawings I would most want to imitate (and what engineer doesn't want to be able to draw all his/her fanciful vehicle creations?).

The color script foldout with Lou Romano's art is beautiful: in addition to being a nice piece of art, it's also a great multivariate graphical display displaying palette, character design, film summary, and visual style. I especially liked the coloring in The Incredibles, and I liked being able to see their palette choices so perfectly summarized. With all the merchandising surrounding this film, I hope they sell this as a poster somewhere.

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