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by Gary Scheppke,Dave Filoni,George Lucas,Frank Parisi


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David Filoni (born June 7, 1974) is an American animation director, voice actor, television writer, television producer, and animator

David Filoni (born June 7, 1974) is an American animation director, voice actor, television writer, television producer, and animator. He is most known for his work on Avatar: The Last Airbender and on the Star Wars: The Clone Wars theatrical film and television series. He was also the creator and an executive producer on Star Wars Rebels for all four seasons, and served as its supervising director for the first two and fourth and final seasons

From The Filoni Files: Dave Filoni, supervising director of STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS . to us in this archive interview about his day-to-day work on Star Wars: The Clone Wars and what it's like working with George Lucas.

From The Filoni Files: Dave Filoni, supervising director of STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS, talked to us in this archive interview about his day-to-day work on Star Wars: The Clone Wars and what it's like working with George Lucas. Become a member of the RFR Patreon Community to hear full episodes of THE FILONI FILES.

Gary Scheppke, Frank Parisi. Great for anybody who appreciates the art work that goes into Star Wars. I got this book because I love all the artistic and computer generated efforts that go into animated movies and stories. As a Star Wars enthusiast I really like this book. As a working illustrator, I wish there was more raw sketches and doodles to see/understand the thought process. If you are an aspiring illustrator this is a great book for reference. Especially if you find "clone wars animation style" something of your taste.

Frank Parisi (Foreword), Dave Filoni (Introduction). Shelves: art, star-wars, science-fiction. George Lucas (Foreword). The book covers the development art from the Clone Wars movie and the first season of the TV show. When I first found out about The Clone Wars series, I wasn't too excited about it. The art style didn't really appeal to me, and after Attack of the Clones I didn't find that whole time period to be interesting. I gave it a try, and to my surprise it started to grow on me.

Город: San FranciscoПодписчиков: 138 ты. себе: Executive Producer of Star Wars Rebels. Former Supervising Director of Star Wars: The Clone Wars.

Frank Parisi, Gary Scheppke, Professor Emeritus George Lucas

Frank Parisi, Gary Scheppke, Professor Emeritus George Lucas. The imaginations and passions of a whole new generation of Star Wars fans have been ignited by The Clone Warsthe new animated TV series from Lucasfilm; over 8 million viewers tuned in to watch the series' debut on Cartoon Network. This richly illustrated book is the only publication about the art and making of the popular series, giving fans a behind-the-scenes look at the immensely talented Lucasfilm Animation team and its groundbreaking work.

this clone wars decide your destiny book where your padawan avatar can’t stop praising ahsoka and gets called out . Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. 1) Duel on Cloud City. Luke goes to Bespin to save his friends but there he will find something far more freightening.

this clone wars decide your destiny book where your padawan avatar can’t stop praising ahsoka and gets called out on being gay for ahsoka deserved a pulitzer. im the decider of destiny here and i say this padawan is gay star wars the clone wars is pro-gay propaganda and I Support It ahsoka tano tcw silly kid's books.

Dave Filoni realized a lifelong dream with the opportunity to work as supervising director on Lucasfilm Animation's Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Bibliographic Details. 1. The Art of Star Wars: The Clone Wars. ISBN 10: 0811871029 ISBN 13: 9780811871020.

George Walton Lucas Jr. (born May 14, 1944) is an American filmmaker, philanthropist and entrepreneur. He served as chairman of Lucasfilm before selling it to The Walt Disney Company in 2012. After graduating from the University of Southern California in 1967, Lucas co-founded American Zoetrope with filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola.

The imaginations and passions of a whole new generation of Star Wars fans have been ignited by The Clone Wars the new animated TV series from Lucasfilm; over 8 million viewers tuned in to watch the series' debut on Cartoon Network. This richly illustrated book is the only publication about the art and making of the popular series, giving fans a behind-the-scenes look at the immensely talented Lucasfilm Animation team and its groundbreaking work.
Jairani
I've had mixed experience with "Art of" books. Some of "Art of" books just contain a few movie stills. Others, especially for animated movies, contain far too much about the process of digitally animating the film. While the process of digital animation can be fascinating, I personally don't find the digital "skeletons" for animated characters to be visually appealing.

Fortunately, The Art of Star Wars: The Clone Wars contains a copious amount of genuine art. The book has a lot of concept designs, light concepts, and maquettes of characters and scenes from the film and every episode of the first season of the TV show. By far the most common form of art is the lighting concept, which the artists use when adjusting lighting in the final show. However, these are not simply stills from the show - they have their own unique texture.

One added bonus is that the book contains many of Dave Filoni's own drawings. Filoni has a very unique style, almost blurred. I sense that these are speed sketches to nail down character concepts. However, they have their own unique energy and are wonderful to look at. It's also fascinating to see how the supervising director visualizes Star Wars artistically.

The book does contain some commentary about the making of the show. There are some fascinating insights. I found it particularly interesting to see which characters/planets/story arcs George Lucas personally approved or pushed for. Unfortunately, this is an "Art book" and the short commentaries will probably leave many hungry for more. I'm sure Lucasbooks will publish a "Making of Clone Wars" when the series is over. However, I do hope they stick to the format of this book, focusing a few pages on each episode - each episode deserves at least some attention.

Definitely recommended for fans of the TV show.
Wohald
The Art of Star Wars: The Clone Wars is a coffee table book that looks excellent and is packed with renderings from the theatrical release and Season I of the TV series. The book also includes a quick peek at Season II. The emphasis is on concept art and you can get a real feel for the development of characters and places. My suggestion would be to take your time going through the book. Study the pictures and absorb the artwork.

Each picture in the book has a caption explaining specifically what you are looking at and what the artist's name is. Many of the pictures also come with much longer explanations giving excellent background information, e.g., a particularly interesting write-up on the influence of Ralph McQuarrie. We hear from Director Dave Filoni a good deal as he explains the initial concepts of The Clone Wars and takes us through some of the changes that took place as the project came to fruition.

If you are a fan of The Clone Wars and enjoy the visual presentation, then this book is for you
digytal soul
Another awesome Star Wars artbook.
I am amazed at the level of detail they achieve in the Clone Wars series and the level of attention to detail.
The art in this book, as usual for most of Star Wars creative books, is amazing and "impressive".
Rageseeker
This book offers a unique view of the production of a large scale animation. It goes through many different stages from Maquette and lighting studies to animation concepts and environment design.

Its a good source of information for artists who like a more visual absorption style book rather than one with alot of text. It does offer some insightful comments on each page relating to the development but manages to walk a good line and remain balanced.

Good book, you don't always get to see some of the stages of character design, but that is really my only gripe.
Ť.ħ.ê_Ĉ.õ.о.Ł
This book is excellent, not only because I think the art of The Clne Wars is one of the best of recent years, is also because I work in animation and desogn and I found all the pipeline that is explained here very useful and interesting for me. very recommended.
Sinredeemer
This book is excellent for any Clone Wars fan. My daughter is a huge fan and is an artist as well. She loves this book. the illustrations are great.
It is a large book filled with lots of drawings.
Whitestone
This is a fantastic artbook with lots of great sketches and other behinds the scenes imagery. Definitely a good buy for any star wars fan or artist looking for some good star wars references.
Fans of the TV show will love it. Big and colorful, fun to flip through.
The Art of Star Wars: The Clone Wars ebook
Author:
Gary Scheppke,Dave Filoni,George Lucas,Frank Parisi
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Movies
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Publisher:
Chronicle Books; 1st Printing edition (July 15, 2009)
Pages:
272 pages
Rating:
4.2
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