The Art Of Spirited Away – Storyboard Book Review

Posted By yonghow on January 7th, 2012

The Art Of Spirited Away - Storyboard Book

The storyboards for Spirited away, drawn by Miyazaki-san himself ( just as he did for most of his other films ) allows you relive the film again at your own pace, shot by shot. At a whopping 648 pages, this is even thicker than the Princess Mononoke storyboard book.

The Art Of Spirited Away - Storyboard Book
The Art Of Spirited Away - Storyboard Book
The Art Of Spirited Away - Storyboard Book
The Art Of Spirited Away - Storyboard Book

Its always an enjoyment to pore through the notes and captions accompanying each board, sometimes with interesting trivia and mini comics that Miyazaki doodles to amuse himself.

The Art Of Spirited Away - Storyboard Book
The Art Of Spirited Away - Storyboard Book
The Art Of Spirited Away - Storyboard Book
The Art Of Spirited Away - Storyboard Book
The Art Of Spirited Away - Storyboard Book
The Art Of Spirited Away - Storyboard Book

(below) A crash course in anime camera techniques, as illustrated by the master himself. This is included in all of Miyazaki’s storyboard books.

The Art Of Spirited Away - Storyboard Book
The Art Of Spirited Away - Storyboard Book

Now we only need Ghibli to release the blu-ray for the film. Hurry please !

Spirited Away – The Storyboard Book details :

– Dimensions – 8.8 x 6.4 x 1.6 inches
-648 pages
– Soft cover with cardboard slipcase
– Black and White, in Japanese

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One Response to “The Art Of Spirited Away – Storyboard Book Review”

Fabrice

Nice artbook. Can’t wait for the Kaba 2 to be available.
I was trying to get in touch with you about a graphic novel that I am working on. Looks like your contact page isn’t working. Here is a link of the first 16 pages that we put online for preview for promotion. Let me know what you think about it.
Here is the official website: http://3sovereigns.com/

http://www.kriyani.com/2012/01/05/gospels-of-the-3-sovereigns/
Thanks.