“With Framed Ink, Marcos Mateu distills his twenty-plus year career in feature animation into a clear, practical manual on the language of images. Marcos has a special eye for composition, lighting, and continuity that creates a tangible sense of mood and drama in all of his work.”
- Jeffrey Katzenberg, Co-founder and CEO DreamWorks Animation SKG
“There are some people who draw in a way that looks like they load their pens with pure liquified fun. Concept artist Marcos Mateu has a wonderful character of line and a jaunty, casual style that makes it look like the lines danced out and created the image of their own accord. His loose, relaxed application of color, which careens between brilliant lights and rich, atmospheric darks, just adds to the visual treat. Mateu’s drawings have just the right touch of exaggeration to give them extra visual appeal; lines are given an extra spring, forms bent out just a bit, and figures swirled into motion in a way that gives everything a sense of verve and life.” - Charley Parker
Spanish born Marcos Mateu-Mestre is a visual concept, traditional animation layout, and graphic novel artist whose film credits include titles such as ‘Balto’, ‘The Prince of Egypt’, ‘Asterix and the Vikings’ and ‘Surf’s Up’ amongst others.
With an extensive experience of twenty years in feature animation, working mainly for Dreamworks and Sony Pictures, he has also been teaching drawing, illustration and visual storytelling techniques for twelve years.
His works as a film maker have mostly included both the design and cinematic aspects of film, taking care of frame composition, lighting and visual continuity of many key sequences in some major productions.
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This is a pretty good book. I have to say I was expecting more, but a good buy nonethelessPublished 15 hours ago by Pedro Ferreira
This book is really good if you want to expand your professional knowledge about cinematic composition, told by a very experienced artist who is one of the best in the industry. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Dainis Kundzinsh
Seriously, if the book title alone doesn't sell this to you, then you're just not into incredible, insightful expositions about making stories from imagery. GET IT.Published 23 days ago by David Kimber
Excellent book for helping me to define my sketching practice for comics and graphic novels. Good instruction and visuals. Maybe more for intermediate artists?Published 28 days ago by KnightBlue
Do you remember textbooks that meant well, tried to convey complex information simply, and utterly failed to do so? Read morePublished 1 month ago by F. Tang
Book on how to lay out the story coherently in order to storyboard it.
This book was assigned in our class. Very useful information.