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Fantasy Art Masters: The Best Fantasy and Science Fiction Artists Show How They Work | Dick Jude

Category: Art books   Tags: Fantasy Art, Illustration, Fairy Tales, Dragons, Science Fiction Art, Future, Concept Art, Character Design, Gothic Art

Fantasy Art Masters: The Best Fantasy and Science Fiction Artists Show How They Work by Don Maitz

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Product details:

Paperback: 144 pages

Year: 1999

Author: Dick Jude

Publisher: Watson-Guptill

Product description:

The brightest talents in fantasy, horror, and science fiction art present their favorite creations in show-and-tell interviews that reveal the inspirations and techniques that guide their spectacular work. From the lyrical Tolkien landscapes of John Howe and Alan Lee to the computer-generated art of Steve Stone and Fred Gambino and the extraordinary sci-fi images of Jim Burns, the book demonstrates the diversity of this popular genre of illustrative art. Whether they work in watercolor, acrylics, airbrush, or manipulation of photographs or computer graphics, the artists take readers behind the scenes for a studio view of the creative processes that drive their fascinating art form. Included are interesting notes about their most demanding commissions and why they chose the particular mediums used for them. Artists include: Rick Berry, Jim Burns, Brom, Fred Gambino, John Howe, Alan Lee, Don Maitz, Dave McKean, Chris Moore, Steve Stone. 100 color illustrations.

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