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COMPETITION: Win The Art Of Onward Book By Pixar / Chronicle Books

Win The Art Of Onward

Thanks to Chronicles Books, we've got our hands on the latest "the art of" book for a Disney/Pixar movie and this time it's for the quirky, "Onward" which is directed by Dan Scanlon.  Set in a suburban fantasy world, Onward introduces two teenage elf brothers who embark on an extraordinary quest to discover if there is still a little magic left out there.  Dan Scanlon also gives the book an introduction and from the offset you can see that The Art Of Onward is of the highest quality just like the previous books in the series and why they have actually created quite a following with Disney and Pixar enthusiasts.

As usual with these kind of books, The Art of Onward provides a huge insight into the creative process and the amount of work involved that goes into producing an animated feature.  Character designs, storyboards, colour scripts plus exclusive interviews from the creative team are all present in the full colour 176 pages.

The book itself is of the highest quality with beautiful artwork throughout including the covers.  It will look right at home in your collection and especially on your coffee table.  We are giving you a chance to win a copy of this hardback book and all you have to do is answer one simple question:

What is the name of the character in the movie, Onward that is voiced by Tom Holland?

A - Ian Lightfoot
B - Barley Lightfoot
C - Laurel Lightfoot

Post you entries on our Facebook page, Instagram or Twitter page and please include #OnwardComp. You can also leave your answer below in the comments.

Closing date is Sunday 29th March, 4pm GMT.  The competition is open worldwide.  We will select a winner at random and then we will contact the winner requesting a postal address so that we can send the book in the post within the week (Corona Virus permitting.)  We cannot substitute the prize or be responsible for any items lost in the post.  This competition is not affiliated with Pixar, Disney or Chronicle Books.  Good luck!

If you're not our lucky winner then you can get your hands on a copy from Amazon UK priced at £20.11 (Affiliated Link) and priced at $36
Hardcover: 176 pages
Publisher: Chronicle Books; 01 edition (3 Mar. 2020)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1452179808
ISBN-13: 978-1452179803

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