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Date d'inscription : 31/08/2017
|Sujet: A storyboard for Marie Antoinette Sam 5 Jan - 14:45|| |
This atmospheric storyboard was sketched by Stanley Johnson for Cedric Gibbons, the production designer for the 1938 MGM 'Marie Antoinette' film.
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Toujours désireuse d'en savoir plus
un peu cherché et trouvé d'autres croquis.
- Directed by W.S. Van Dyke II, Marie Antoinette was released in 1938. The film was nominated for four Academy Awards including Cedric Gibbons for Best Art Direction. The design drawings above were created by film illustrator Harry Johnson (See Bios). Costume designer Adrian Gile Steele visited France a year before filming to study fashion from the time period. He examined paintings, embroidery, and fabric to create wigs and costumes. Dresses were weighed down with diamonds, gold, and other precious gems and minerals. The wedding dress made for the film weighed over 108 pounds. Set decorator Henry Grace chose furniture from actual pieces of the time period.
- With a budget of over two million dollars, Marie Antoinette was one of the most expensive films of the 1930s, but also one of the biggest successes because of its exquisite wardrobe and visually appealing scenes. It received multiple Academy Award nominations including Best Art Direction.
Stanley ? Harry ? C'est qui qui a fait ces dessins, pour finir ?
Harry à la Asbury University ils sont formels :
- Harry Johnson was a film illustrator for Metro-Goldwyn-Meyer studios and 20th Century Fox. As a film illustrator, he envisioned the way the set was supposed to look so the production designer could bring it to life. Known for his spontaneity and fast sketches. he helped design beloved films of the time such as Saturday's Hero, Marie Antoinette and Gaslight. He worked under noted art director Cedric Gibbons in the 1930s and 1940s. From the 1950s onward, he was a Disney lmagineer and is creadited with designing parts of Disneyland’s Main Street, U.S.A.
Il y a même d'autres croquis http://asburyproductiondesignstudiescenter.com/harry-johnson/
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