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How to train your dragon

Author: Tracey Miller-Zarneke
Publisher: New York : Newmarket Press, ©2010.
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A guide to the art of the animated film discusses the process of creating and developing the characters and settings and includes storyboards, sketches, color scripts, concept art, and commentary by the director, producer, and artists.
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Genre/Form: Illustrations
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tracey Miller-Zarneke
ISBN: 9781557048639 1557048630
OCLC Number: 527052821
Description: 160 p. : col. ill. ; 27 x 29 cm.
Contents: Introduction : One film, two worlds --
The dragons : The fire-breathing line-up of characters ; The red death ; Toothless: the night fury ; Monstrous nightmare ; Gronckle ; Deadly Nadder ; Hideous Zippleback ; Terrible terror ; The dragons of myth --
The Vikings : A sturdy cast of characters ; Hiccup ; Astrid ; Snoutlout ; Fishlegs ; Tuffnut & Ruffnut ; Stoick the Vast ; Gobber ; Old Wrinkly & Gothi ; Valhallarama ; The greater Viking population --
The dragon world : Dragon Island ; Dragon Cave --
The Viking world : The Isle of Berk ; The cove ; Landscapes beyond the adventure ; The village ; Village houses ; Meade Hall ; Blacksmith shop ; Training grounds ; Props and iconography ; Viking defense ; Viking boats ; Viking contraptions --
Bringing the worlds together : Story ; Layout, cinematography & 3D ; Animation & character effects ; Effects ; Lighting ; Editorial --
Closing thoughts: two worlds, one film.
Other Titles: Art of DreamWorks
Art of how to train your dragon
Responsibility: text by Tracey Miller-Zarneke ; preface by Cressida Cowell ; foreword by Craig Ferguson.

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A guide to the art of the animated film discusses the process of creating and developing the characters and settings and includes storyboards, sketches, color scripts, concept art, and commentary by the director, producer, and artists.

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