The Art of Steven Universe: The Movie

March 7, 2020 - Comment

DATE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. Go behind the scenes of Cartoon Network’s highly anticipated film with this unique art book! This magical deep-dive into Steven Universe The Movie is designed by Ryan Sands (Frontier) in conjunction with Steven Universe creator Rebecca Sugar! See preliminary character designs, witness the formation of settings and storyboards, and discover the

DATE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.

Go behind the scenes of Cartoon Network’s highly anticipated film with this unique art book!

This magical deep-dive into Steven Universe The Movie is designed by Ryan Sands (Frontier) in conjunction with Steven Universe creator Rebecca Sugar! See preliminary character designs, witness the formation of settings and storyboards, and discover the art that shaped the full-length movie! It’s a new kind of artistic adventure with with Garnet, Amethyst, Pearl, and–of course–Steven.

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Anonymous says:

Extremely lackluster This book didn’t really bring anything new to the table. The very little writing showcased had already been discussed by Rebecca Sugar briefly. A lot of the book had a bunch of concept sketches that felt like they were thrown in there to use up space. There were even 3 or 4 pages dedicated to enlarged sketches of spinel just stretched out. Most of it were just sketches of Spinel and some of Steven and Connie. Nothing else was shown on the corrupted gems or side characters or even the crystal…

Anonymous says:

Excellent companion book! Light on new insights, but packed with great concept art! The Art of Steven Universe The Movie was released March 3, 2020. It’s a wonderful journey through the concept art, character development, and experience of fashioning these ideas into the movie we all love.Nuts and bolts: The book is published by Dark Horse, and it was designed by Ryan Sands (a zine specialist), with commentary by Takafumi Hori, Kat Morris, and Rebecca Sugar. It includes art by Rebecca Sugar, Kat Morris, Takafumi Hori, Alonso Ramirez Ramos, Angie Wang, Ashley…

Anonymous says:

After pre-ordering over half a year ago, personally this is a huge let down. I expected so much more from this “Art” book. Crazy to me that it’s an official Cartoon Network book, because it really looks like some rando put this together with what they found & were able to copyright. The “bulk” (it’s a thin book, ~100 pages) of this book is super, SUPER rough sketches, that are blown up to fill entire pages. Every once in a while, a rough sketch will be roughly colored. There are a couple pages of storyboards, which are ironically small compared to all the other blown up…

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