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HASH(0x9b0b08b8) étoiles sur 5 Vague. Considerably vague. 20 juillet 2014
Par Brandon Glore - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
First review. I've bought several books recently to help improve my artwork, and to try my hand at freelancing. This book had my attention long before it was released. Needless to say, I was looking forward to this. I can't say how disappointed I am.

The good: all these artists are amazing. Their work is fantastic. There's a few step by step instructions, that typically start with silhouettes and enlarging to enhance detail. The book is printed on highly glossy paper and the print is large.

The bad: where do I start? The book is broken down in chapters. I'll pick on Carlo Arelleno. His chapter is 10 pages long. He wrote 7 paragraphs. 6 pages are full photos of his art. Dude, its gorgeous. But one paragraph devotes to his method of thought. The rest offers mere commentary of vague practices he uses that are so general, they are pathetic. Want vague? Except statement: "in the beauty and the beast design, my inspiration was Renaissance France. I used the slash and puff sleeve designs of that era." Well that's just fantastic, Carlo. But the why is nowhere to be found. What was the job? What about this job made you differ from Disney's rendition? You know, maybe if we knew what you created the $%#* for, it might give us some insight that explains why you chose Renaissance France to begin research! Much of the book discusses to research designers and fashion through out history. That's great advice! Why not tell a history major to study history? No mention of what they use. No examples. No websites. No book recommendations. No thought process. Just a book of pretty pictures, a vague sense of prioritizing each artist's first thoughts, and casual commentary of what they chose, with vague references of ideas.

In short. This book is terribly vague. Skip it.
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HASH(0x9b09df60) étoiles sur 5 I do appreciate the beautiful art, but it is not what I pay ... 31 juillet 2014
Par journalist - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I agree with the previous review. The description for this book was promising but it didn't deliver. I do appreciate the beautiful art, but it is not what I pay for. It is indeed a showcase of beautiful art with a few comments and thoughts but nothing else. Might use it as a source of inspiration and independently study their illustrations, something I could have done for free by visiting their websites. If you want a coffee table book, with art from these artist then go ahead, but if you want in depth instruction just forget about it.
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HASH(0x9ab04588) étoiles sur 5 Insubstantial. 31 juillet 2014
Par MikeS - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
As others have said, there just isn't enough substance in this book to warrant a purchase. It's not particularly insightful and doesn't really go into costume design in any detail, which you'd think would be the main point of a book like this. It's mostly artists just providing vague/general description of their thoughts, and while some of the artists have better things to say than others, I still feel like it's not the book it's advertised to be.
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HASH(0x9ae3b8e8) étoiles sur 5 More of an artbook rather than an instructional or education book 10 septembre 2014
Par Parka - Publié sur
Format: Broché
This book is a mixed bag and not in a good way.

The book description says "this book is an in-depth look at costume design and illustration. Showcasing an educational process breaking down the problematic areas of costume design for the film, video game and animation industries".

The thing is, this book is not that in-depth, and it most certainly does not break down the process for costume design. The featured artists just talk about what they do, but they do not address the why. There's no emphasis on explaining how they research, where they find their inspiration or reference, what are different parts of the costumes and why they are added and the function they serve, etc.

The only exception is Kevin Chen who actually talks about the design, explaining the design concepts and what to think about when tackling costume design, such as dealing with porportion, cutlines, materials and functionality.

There are a few step-by-step process walkthrough, and sometimes artists have helpful pointers, but most of the time they are just too brief or vague.

Overall, this book is not very insightful for those looking to explore the concepts and ideas behind costume design. The artworks featured are great though, coming from professional artists like Constantine Sekeris the author himself, Scott Robertson, Neville Page, Jerad S. Marantz and more.

I'm quite disappointed the book went in the opposite direction from what's advertised in the book description. This is more of an artbook rather than an educational or instructional book.

For the book that it advertises itself to be, I'll probably rate it 1-2 out of 5 stars. As an artbook, I'll give it 3.5 out of 5 stars pulled down by the content.

(See more pictures of the book on my blog. Just visit my Amazon profile for the link.)
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HASH(0x9a8079fc) étoiles sur 5 Not very useful for illustrators looking to learn about costume design. 12 août 2014
Par Bryce Huhtala - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book looked like it could be useful to help me with the costume aspect of character design. I was a bit disappointed. This is not really a how-to book. Constantine Sekeris set out to find a bunch of colleagues who work in costume design and have them write a bit about their process and show some of their work. In that, the book is alright. I did learn a few things from several of the contributors.

However, what the book lacks is specifics and depth. Most of the contributors talk about their process, what computer programs they use, and how they come up with concepts. For an illustrator like me looking for a shortcut into the costume design world, this book fell quite short. I was left only with a realization that I have a lot to learn about fashion and costume design. Best look elsewhere for that information.
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