Goodreads added the ability to embed reviews onto blogs! So I have a bunch of short reviews from last year to catch up on:
Helpful for bipolar readers struggling with manic episodes too!
If only there was an updated version of this! This book offers organizational tips, industry tricks and advice in a pithy way that could be of great service to today’s authors with some revision.
Better than the main series, actually.
Kinda boring compared to the others I’ve read so far, and it feels like Jay doesn’t get as much character development either.
Deceptively simple in design, Mooncop will likely take you no more than fifteen minutes to read, but it has the potential to leave you thinking about it for hours afterwards.
In this gorgeously designed book, the Pixar team decided to try something different, using the order the art is placed in the book to show the way the film moved from abstract to having a concrete look. However, I don’t think this change worked all that well. The book feels unorganized and the lack of in-depth writing about each character’s design makes the entire book feel shallow when put side by side with other Art of Pixar books.