Column: Fred Patten's Book Reviews
Fred Patten reviews the fantastic new collection of concept and production art from every DreamWorks animated film.
Jim Korkis’ new and definitive book clarifies myths and answers every imaginable question regarding Disney’s original little rascal.
Fred Patten discusses Charles Solomon’s insightful new book as to what makes a good animated theatrical feature.
Fred Patten reviews the long awaited book showcasing the tremendously rich legacy of Maurice Noble’s background designs.
Fred Patten walks us through this beautiful collection of images from Neil Blomkamp’s new sci-fi action thriller.
The art behind DreamWorks’ latest animated feature, Turbo, is featured in this new coffee-table book.
Fred Patten explores Disney Legend Floyd Norman’s colorful and informative history of working at the legendary studio.
Tom Sito’s new book is the definitive take on computer animation history and CG’s rapid rise to creative content technological hegemony.
Fred Patten reviews the comprehensive coffee table book showcasing the beautiful artwork from Pixar’s Monsters University.
Fred Patten looks at this visual feast of concept art, sketches, storyboards and other digital art from Blue Sky’s latest animated feature.
Fred Patten describes why fans of the new DreamWorks feature will love this definitive movie art book.
Fred Patten digs into Mark Salisbury’s book detailing the latest Tim Burton – Johnny Depp collaboration.
Fred Patten looks at Brian Sibley’s book chronicling the making of Aardman’s exquisite Oscar-nominated stop-motion feature.
Charles Solomon’s new book provides an extensive history of the beloved Peanuts franchise’s 46 year history of TV specials and theatrical features.
Lou Scheimer’s autobiographical Filmation history is a must read for anyone interested in the formative years of "Saturday Morning Cartoons."
Mark Salisbury’s new book provides in splendid detail Ridley Scott’s storyboards, film stills, concept art and other visual materials from his sci-fi epic, Prometheus.
Fred Patten reviews Robert McKimson Jr.’s richly detailed new book about the life and career of his prolific father and uncles.