The Art of DreamWorks Kung Fu Panda 4


This book is not yet published, but will be available from July 2024.

ISBN: 9781419773273 Category:

Tracey Miller-Zarneke


DreamWorks Animation brings legendary Dragon Warrior Po back to the big screen for his next epic adventure as he fulfills his destiny and finds a successor to inherit his title.

The Art of Kung Fu Panda 4 takes readers behind the scenes of the studio’s latest installment, presenting hundreds of character designs and concept art from the making of the movie, along with exclusive interviews from the writers, artists, and filmmakers who brought this story to life. Featuring a foreword by James Hong, this insider’s guide offers insights into the creative process and celebrates everyone’s favorite kung fu master.

Additional information

Weight 1396 g
Dimensions 26.1 x 28.9 cm
Publisher name Cameron Books
Publication date 18 July 2024
Number of pages 176
Format Hardback
Contributors Foreword by James Hong
Dimensions 26.1 x 28.9 cm
Weight 1396 g


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Tracey Miller-Zarneke has long been fascinated with the world of animation, way beyond her credited roles on Meet the Robinsons, Chicken Little, and The Emperor’s New Groove. She has authored fourteen books on the art of animation across five studios, including the quartet of DreamWorks’ Kung Fu Panda films. Tracey has also written animation textbooks, a history book, and most recently, the Disney 100 Edition of The Disney Book. James Hong is one of the most prolific actors in Hollywood history, having amassed nearly 700 credits. From the iconic films Blade Runner and Chinatown, to the multiple Academy Award–winning Everything Everywhere All At Once, Hong has left an indelible mark on cinema. The versatile actor is beloved for his voice work in animated features that include the Kung Fu Panda franchise and Mulan, as well as his on-screen work in classic television shows such as Seinfeld and The West Wing, to name a few. In addition to his many roles, he is one of the co-founders of the Los Angeles–based East West Players, a historic theater organization that nurtures the talents of new generations of Asian American actors.