Thursday, September 25, 2014

Pixar supercut arranged ROYGBIV


ROYGBIV: A Pixar Supercut from Rishi Kaneria on Vimeo.
Editor Rishi Kaneria excerpted short scenes from the Pixar films and arranged them according to the spectrum, showing how much individual sequences are shifted to a particular narrow color gamuts. (Link to Vimeo video)

Here's the color script for the movie "Up." The high-chroma sequences are interspersed between gray or neutral ones, and the intense colors are reserved for important emotional moments of the film.

Film = color + time.

This color script for "The Incredibles" not only suggests a palette of colors for each sequence, but a set of basic geometric ingredients, known as the "shape language" for that part of the film.

All images © Disney/Pixar, via TNW

2 comments:

Shaun Stipick said...

How fun! I was unaware of color scripting and I shouldn't be because of past career paths. Regardless, I am definitely going to look into this more. As always this blog is a wealth of information where I am guaranteed to learn something new every single day.

Mimi said...

Interesting