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The Cinematography of The Incredibles

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A site I like to keep an eye on is 'floobynooby' which collects a lot of animation related content similarly to sites such as onanimation.com

Quite often the links that appear on one site will appear on the other.

Every now and then however the content differs and I'm reminded again why I visit both onanimation.com and floobynooby.com regularly.

 

In this case the posting of the first part of a three part analysis of the cinematics of PIXAR's 'Incredibles':

 

http://floobynooby.blogspot.com/2013/12/th...les-part-1.html

 

For anyone interested in filmmaking and animation, the article is well worth taking the time to purview.

Folks pay good money for this kind of information.

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Part 2 has been posted:

 

The Cinematography of The Incredibles (Part 2)

 

In Part 2 the author pulls in quite a few external reference from blogs he has visited to include Rad Segchrist, Matt Williams, Eric Goldberg, Mark Kennedy and more.

There are also a dozen pages or so from 'Storyboard Tips by Giancarlo Volpe' (storyboard artist for Warner Bros Studio).

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Rodney

 

This is awesome.

 

Thank you so much for posting this

 

Steve

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One reference the article points to is this behind-the-scenes interview with Brad Bird and Mark Andrews.

This is from the Incredibles DVD but is well worth watching or reviewing again:

 

(Keep in mind of course that these scenes were cut because for one reason or another they didn't work)

 

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