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They Drew As They Pleased: The Hidden Art of Disney's Early Renaissance: the 1970's and 1980's In The S And S, The Disney Animation Studio Redefined Its Creative Vision In The Wake Of Walt Disney S Death This Latest Volume From Renowned Disney Historian Didier Ghez Profiles Ken Anderson And Mel Shaw, Whose Work Defined Beloved Classic Disney Characters From Films Like The Jungle Book, The Aristocats, Robin Hood, And The Rescuers With Vivid Descriptions Of Passages From The Artists Autobiographies And Interviews, Accompanied By Never Before Seen Images Of Their Art And Process, This Visually Rich Collection Offers A Rare View Of The Disney Leg Ends Whose Work Helped Shape The Nature Of Character And Story Development For Generations To ComeCopyright Disney Enterprises, Inc All Rights Reserved

6 thoughts on “They Drew As They Pleased: The Hidden Art of Disney's Early Renaissance: the 1970's and 1980's

  1. Nunziante Nunziante says:

    Un altro libro d arte straordinario della famosa serie They Drew as they pleased Stavolta particolarmente interessante perch tratta di un periodo, gli anni 70 ed 80, che ha prodotto alcuni film Disney che, soprattutto in Italia, sono diventati dei veri e propri cult , come gli Aristogatti, le Avventure di Bianca e Bernie, Elliott il drago invisibile e Robin Hood Vedere gli schizzi e bozzetti prepar

  2. V V says:

    The penultimate volume of the They Drew As They Pleased series brings us to the era immediately following Walt s death This is frequently referred to as Disney s Dark Age, because most of the films do not have an engaging or cohesive narrative as the earlier ones did Walt s absence as the master story teller is truly felt Because of this, these films have not been held in high regard by critics nor

  3. David Peake David Peake says:

    This book is another fine entry to this series As with the previous volumes, this edition is packed with magnificent art from two of the best Disney artists of the era And, as with previous volumes, most of the artwork has not been seen before The films discussed are the films of my childhood and adolescence, so I especially enjoyed the nostalgic experience Up until this book, very little had been wr

  4. Robert Robert says:

    All of Didier s books have been excellent and this latest edition is no exception Ideal for those interested in not only the artwork, but the personalities that created and molded the art that has become so ingrained in our culture A highly recommended read Outstanding work, Didier

  5. Christopher C. Christopher C. says:

    I have loved each of the volumes in the They Drew As They Pleased series, but this is my favorite so far Besides the valuable history contained within, the included art from sketches to full color paintings is extraordinary I can t begin to imagine how many hours of work it took to produce this volume, but it s all in there and beautifully bound for me and I am so happy about it If you are in anyway in

  6. Jim Hollifield Jim Hollifield says:

    All five volumes in this series are a must have, but this one has really big, bold images reproduced with terrific details for exploring these rare pieces of Disney art Can t wait for volume 6

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