The Art of Planes
In Disney's Planes and Planes: Fire and Rescue, the big-hearted crop duster Dusty Crophopper is full of dreams. In the first film, he overcomes his fear of heights to win the Wings Around The Globe Rally. In the second, Dusty learns his damaged engine will keep him from racing, but he finds the true hero within himself working alongside firefighting aircraft on a courageous wildfire air attack team.
The Art of Planes explores the beautiful concept art that went into the development of these two inspiring stories, including colorscripts, storyboards, character studies, sculpts, background art, and more. Insider insights from the films' artists and filmmakers, a preface by directors Bobs Gannaway and Klay Hall, and a foreword by Chief Creative Officer John Lasseter offer an invaluable and fascinating glimpse into the creative thinking involved in the making of these companion films.
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John Lasseter is a two-time Academy Award®–winning director and chief creative officer of Walt Disney, Disneytoon, and Pixar Animation Studios, and principal creative officer of Walt Disney Imagineering.
Klay Hall is the director of Planes. Hall is a two-time Emmy® nomi- nee for his work on the hit animated television series King of the Hill, and also directed on The Simpsons and Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure for Disneytoon Studios. He resides in Los Angeles.
Bobs Gannaway is the director and co-writer of Planes: Fire and Rescue. During his nineteen-year career with Disney, he has served as writer, producer, and director on over 300 half hours of television animation and also co-directed Secret of the Wings for Disneytoon Studios. He lives in Los Angeles.