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The Art of My Little Pony: The Movie

A beautiful art book celebrating the latest feature-length adventure from My Little Pony.

Created by Hasbro, Introduction by Rebecca Dart, Foreword by Meghan McCarthy, Afterword by Jayson Thiessen | MoreLess about The Art of My Little Pony: The Movie

Rebecca Dart is a Vancouver-based artist who has been working in the animation industry for twenty years in multiple positions such as layout artist, background design, and character design. My Little Pony: The Movie is the first feature film she’s worked on. When not working, which rarely happens, she loves spending time with her husband and two tuxedo cats while reading books and comics and watching movies.

Meghan McCarthy served as a freelance writer on the first season of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic. She later took on the role of story editor and eventually became a co-executive producer. She is now vice president and head of storytelling at Hasbro Studios. She is most proud, however, of creating the two greatest children on the planet, a credit she shares with her husband, Craig.

After many childhood years of scribbling in sketchbooks and staring at cartoons, in 1998 Jayson Thiessen did the inevitable and became a professional animator. The supervising director at DHX Media Studios for My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, he’s successfully directed five seasons of the hit TV series, three DVD spinoff movies, dozens of digital web shorts, and a full-length feature film.

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The Art of My Little Pony: The Movie

Explore the making of My Little Pony: The Movie with exclusive behind-the-scenes material from the creators of the film. This gorgeous hardcover volume includes concept sketches, notes, character designs, and pages and pages of magical, full-color artwork accompanied by commentary from the director, screenwriter, and character designers. A must-have for all My Little Pony fans.

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