do you make a normal gross-out rodent to be cute and adorable?
question and many more are answered in “The Art of Ratatouille”,
the latest animation extravaganza from the industry powerhouse,
Pixar. Set in the glamourous French capital Paris, it’s
a touching story of a rat whose desire is to become a chef!
is directed by Brad Bird who brought you Pixar’s earlier
hit, “The Incredibles” and “The Iron Giant”.
the tradition of the past Pixar titles, the book itself contains
a lavish display of sketches done digitally and also in markers
and feature images of life-like oil clay sculptures of the
various characters. The rich amount of artwork done prior
to the final digital finishes is simply astonishing. At least,
you learnt that not everything could be done with a click
of a mouse and keyboard.
and his team of talented artistes has once again marveled
us with their immerse passion for their job and created a
fictional world in which the audience can’t wait to
ogle when the movie opens this July.
"Shakespeare comedies are always about someone pulling
a fast one on some other people, trying not to be discovered.
That's what this is- but with rats"
targetted for the kiddy crowd, it's another thumbs-up addition
to the Pixar series! Get this to add on to your current collection.
by Linus Tee