Warner Brothers Animation Art by Jerry Beck - AbeBooksThe lowest-priced brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging where packaging is applicable. Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag. See details for additional description. I do a lot of posters and minor artwork for church projects and programs. This book is perfect for that. I am no artist, but it makes me look like I am. I have even used pictures from this book to paint onto flower pots.
Warner Bros. Pictures/Warner Bros. Animation/DC Comics (2018)
ISBN 13: 9780883633601
Once upon a time, way back in , long before the internet… Will Friedwald and I teamed up to produce the blue book on the left — the first Looney Tunes filmography, The Warner Brothers Cartoons published by Scarecrow Press. The green book in the center is the same book with a new Introduction reprinted in and still available! Cartoons — its long out of print, you better grab a copy if you can find it. It is out of print, but you can check ebay and amazon. Abrams is long out of print — but available for as little as 14 cents on Amazon.
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This text traces the history of the characters and the men who created them, telling the story of Warner Bros, how the animation unit was established and how it grew. The book also presents photographs of the animators and technicians at work in the studio as well as reproductions of original animation cells and the limited edition prints. Discussion of collectible cel art soon slips away, though, as the object becomes not to evaluate Warner animation, but to praise it on big, lavishly illustrated pages that are bound for heavy duty. Exhaustiveness is not a concern: Beck and Friedwald spotlight a lesser character like Michigan J. Frog, but not many others, mostly, it seems, because M. The upbeat exposition even cites a few controversies, such as the trimming of Heckling Hare that contributed to Avery's leaving Warner what the original ending was or why it was changed are never specified, though. Mickey Mouse may be a more successful corporate shill, but Bugs Bunny is the quintessential funny animal.
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