The Art of the Hunchback of Notre Dame

The Art of the Hunchback of Notre Dame In Disney s The Hunchback of Notre Dame the artists of Walt Disney Feature Animation inspired by Victor Hugo s literary masterpiece Notre Dame de Paris bring to life the visual and theatrical themes

  • Title: The Art of the Hunchback of Notre Dame
  • Author: Stephen Rebello
  • ISBN: 9780786862085
  • Page: 129
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In Disney s The Hunchback of Notre Dame, the artists of Walt Disney Feature Animation inspired by Victor Hugo s literary masterpiece Notre Dame de Paris bring to life the visual and theatrical themes of light played against dark, heaven cast against hell, good opposing evil, inner beauty outshining emotional ugliness The stunning art and evocative text of The Art of TIn Disney s The Hunchback of Notre Dame, the artists of Walt Disney Feature Animation inspired by Victor Hugo s literary masterpiece Notre Dame de Paris bring to life the visual and theatrical themes of light played against dark, heaven cast against hell, good opposing evil, inner beauty outshining emotional ugliness The stunning art and evocative text of The Art of The Hunchback of Notre Dame take the reader on a fascinating journey through the making of the movie, the world of medieval France, the nineteenth century Gothic literature that embraced that world, and the imaginations of the creative artists who have masterfully combined these challenging elements into a magnificent animated musical The Art of The Hunchback of Notre Dame features the rarely seen spectrum of art created in the making of the film, as the story is imagined and re imagined in a variety of media from conceptual paintings, to story sketches and layout, drawings, through the many stages of animation and background painting, computer generated imagery, effects animation, and final art from the production The range of artwork is both vital and luminous, capturing the beauty and splendor of this stunning realization of fifteenth century Paris The lively, informative text features background on the original Hugo novel, as well as the historical influences, inspirations, and ideas the creators of the film brought to the animation, story, and music.

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    1 thought on “The Art of the Hunchback of Notre Dame”

    1. This is probably the most underrated Disney musical and it's a shame because I think it's the absolutely the best. The art is seriously next level and it was so awesome to read this book.

    2. BEAUTIFUL PICTURES!! Thorough explanation of all the work- and there was a lot of work- that went into making this Disney movie. Definitely for any Disney fan.

    3. Continuing with my read-through of my collection of oversized Disney art books, this treatment on The Hunchback of Notre Dame by Stephen Rebello is a nice addition to the line-up. This is a really nice big book on the making of this underappreciated film. I've leafed through it many times, but never sat down to read it until now.Following the tradition of other "Art of" books based on Disney films, this is a nice big volume of artwork from the 1996 movie, from concept art and layout sketches to [...]

    4. This book would me an amazing gift for any fan of Disney Animation Studios or the Disney theatrical features. I had expected this to be a fun mash-up of some behind the scenes information about The Hunchback of Notre Dame, but this book delivered much more than that! While Rebello provided the much wanted behind the scenes look, he also analyzed the movie and the book that it was based on. He gave us additional information about Victor Hugo and about the Disney team as they adapted the original [...]

    5. I read this book before I watched the movie, which helped me appreciate the work that went into this film and consequently, enjoy the film more. While the adaptation of the classic "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" is "Disneyfied" to a certain extent, I was intrigued by how "dark" points of the film became. A great look to an under-appreciated Disney film.

    6. Though I hate many things about the movie but the book it self was wonderful, liked so many things about it, some chapters are really nice, the paintings, sketches etc all r wonderful, I enjoyed it even though I didn't like the movie that much, one thing I liked about the movie is the happy ending instead of the real sad one. I believe those who liked the movie will enjoy the book ^_^

    7. The Art of the Hunchback of Notre Dame features a look into what what inspired the story and art for the Disney film as well as brilliant concept art. I am in awe of the work the illustrators put into the architecture. It is stunning! This is such a beautiful book. While the Hunchback of Notre Dame is not my favorite Disney film or any where close, I cannot deny that the art is gorgeous.

    8. The text is high-minded to the point of tedium, like a Lit major with something to prove. The art is SO richere were times when I couldn't tell the concept art from the production stills.

    9. I got this book as a Chirstmas gift.I'm not a big fan of the movie but I liked how the book brought you into the stages of them creating the movie.

    10. A beautiful art book, from one of my favorite Disney movies. Many of the studies and drafts shown in this book are simply exquisite.

    11. I loved how this book went into so much detail about how they were trying to really create the imagery that Hugo had written. Absolutely loved it.

    12. Being a lover of Disney animated films, I love reading about how they were made. This is another wonderful look behind the scenes, beautifully illustrated and well-written. Fun.

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