This is what Disney’s FROZEN would look like if it was a horror film! If you enjoy this video, make sure you subscribe to be notified when I release a new one! Continue Reading →
Thanks to Amazon.com we now have the description for The Rift Part 3.
Avatar: The Last Airbender The Rift Part 3
Team Avatar is in peril as a dangerously powerful ancient spirit awakens with vengeance and destruction on its mind. Bonds will be tested and new truths revealed as Aang must answer an important question: Can humans and spirits co-exist?! Continue Reading →
Inside the book are more than 350 development artwork, including early character designs, story sketches, and concept paintings. The books is divided into three parts, the dragons, vikings and the environment with stuff like props and houses. Discarded art and characters are also included, like Hiccup’s mother – who can cook a mean dish with dragon meat. Accompanying the art are plenty of interesting quotes and commentary from the production staff. Continue Reading →
The Art of DreamWorks Animation marks the studio’s twentieth anniversary and pays homage to the animators who brought iconic characters like Shrek and Po to life. Brimming with concept art, pre-production designs and character sketches, the book celebrates the art of animation and offers unprecedented behind-the-scenes access into the DreamWorks Animation archive. Essays by DreamWorks visionaries such as Spielberg and Katzenberg provide insider perspectives on the studio’s most popular films, as does running commentary from artists and directors on all of DreamWorks thirty projects to date. Continue Reading →
I just finished thoroughly reading all the pull-out’s and information provided about the world of Westeros–one word, “wonderful!” For those who don’t realize it, it is a Pop-Up book, not a novel. While a lot of information is given, it will never be what a full book could provide, so if you’re looking for info. either go to the novel, itself, or a Game of Thrones Guide. Personally, I enjoyed–especially–the information provided about the various houses and some of the history of the land. I was impressed.
As someone who loves “the art of” books, this one is no exception. I absolutely loved the movie but also the art style. The animation gets better year after year and its really cool to see how it came to be. This book shows concept art, has notes from the directors and animators on why they made certain choices, and essentially all the drawing and sketches that made the movie what it is today. Like I said, I have many other “the art of” books, and I am very pleased to add this one to my collection.
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if you want to see all the design of iron man costume, you must have it & wont be disappointing!
– A foldout poster of all 42 Iron Man suits (the Iron Legion) with the nicknames Tony gave them, such as “Nightclub”, “Romeo”, and “Hot Rod”. Designs range from classic red and gold to streamlined black stealth suit to a beautiful silver-white deep-space suit, which was inspired by NASA shuttles. There is an entire chapter devoted just to concept art of the suits and description of their special functions.
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug Chronicles: Art & Design explores and celebrates the creative vision of the second film in Academy Award–winning filmmaker Peter Jackson’s trilogy adaptation of The Hobbit by JRR Tolkien.
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Chronicles II – Creatures and Characters (Hardcover)
After reading the first Weta Workshop book on THAUJ, “Chronicles Art & Design” I was eagerly awaiting the second volume, which focuses on “Characters and Creatures.”
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