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Aspect : L'Artbook Fullmetal Alchemist compte moins de 100 pages et à un couverture souple. Suite à des recherche il est aussi sortie en version française. Le artwork représente Edward eric, sobre et éfficace , il donne envie de voir ce que contient cet artbook.
Contenu : Comme la plus part des Artbook japonais, il contient peu de pages, même pas une centaine. nous avons devant nous le premier volume qui reprend la plus part des dessins couleurs publiés en 2003, et las illustrations sont superbes. Pour quelqu'un qui a lu le manga ou vu la série, ce sera un plaisir de se remémorer le début de l'histoire à travers les dessins. Beaucoup de dessins sont en double pages et de bonnes qualité. Cet artbook convient donc aux fans de fullmetal alchemist, mais ne sera pas nécessaire aux autres. Il est toujours sympa de trouver en fin du Artbook les croquis de recherche des personnages, par contre on aurait aimé avoir aussi des illustrations en noir et blanc, style parfait pour ce style de série.
Conclusion : Un bon artbook pour les fans, mais seulement eux.
Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com (beta)
Amazon.com:4.2 étoiles sur 5 12 commentaires
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4.0 étoiles sur 5Loved it20 novembre 2005
Par Heejae - Publié sur Amazon.com
i "Watched" this book and Well i gotta say that it was really great. Hiromu Arakawa adds little comments for every picture and it has great artwork. The backgrounds are a little disappointing, but she does really well on the characters in color. And she PAINTS them! THe colors are extrememly bright and vivid.
Hiromu Arakawa is getting better at the characters every year. She's advanced a lot. It's for the manga, not the anime, so if you prefer anime over the manga you may want to get an anime artbook...
5 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile
5.0 étoiles sur 5For fans of the manga23 janvier 2006
Par 85cmpersecond - Publié sur Amazon.com
Anime fans are out of luck on this one. This is all Hiromu Arakawa's work on the manga. I really like her drawings, and how well she paints and draws always amazes me (Reason for the 5 stars rating).
It focuses on the characters from the manga, though a couple pages are dedicated to the "Fullmetal Alchemist: The Broken Angel" sketches of Armony and the sub-characters.
Basically, if you're a big fan of the manga, good buy, and even more so now that Amazon sells them for around $14.00 or so. But if you're a big fan of the anime, you need one of those TV Fanbooks they sell in Japan. Of course, even if you're more of an anime fan, you could always pick this up and get addicted to Hiromu Arakawa's work...
4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile
4.0 étoiles sur 5Great Art Book4 janvier 2006
Par Laura - Publié sur Amazon.com
I got this for my boyfriend and I looked at it before I gave it to him. It's really cool. Hiromu Arakawa has captions for each picture letting you know what different pictures were for, what the pictures are supposed to represent and even how she messed up in different paintings. It's really intersting and worth it for a Fullmetal Alchemist fan.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5An Artbook16 novembre 2005
Par tami - Publié sur Amazon.com
It may be confusing as to what exactly the Fullmetal Alchemist artbook contains. It's not the artbook for the anime, but the manga. Therefore, the book is mostly a compilation of the manga artist's traditional works. Hiromu Arakawa has mastered a medium that is rarely used by anime artists; acrylic paint. This makes her pieces stand out against what is typically seen in the anime world, but at the same time they are as polished, beautiful, and dynamic as any other anime artbook images I've seen. What the other reviewer said is true, it's mostly character art-but that's the focus of most artbooks of manga illustrators. If you want the components of the anime, backgrounds, a detail of Ed's watch, etc, you should look to fanbooks. If you've never read the manga before, you should know that Arakawa's characters in print look a little different than thier animated counterparts, so you might enjoy the original take on them here. (They're still easily recognizable and Arakawa makes thier personality come out in her paintings.) There are also a small number of images from the FMA game.
5.0 étoiles sur 5Beautiful Art Book19 septembre 2014
Par shardinea - Publié sur Amazon.com
I love Fullmetal Alchemist, and stand by my belief that every lover of anime should watch and/or read the whole series. Originally, I got this book to accompany me when I went to conventions to get signatures from the voice actors and keep them all in one book instead of trying to locate their character in one of the volumes. Mission accomplished. I've collected several signatures already. It has a wide variety of characters in its pages--even some that were only seen a couple times in the series. But what I really love about this book is just how beautiful it is, and if you won't take my word for it, "this is a beautiful book" were the exact words Wendy Powell said to me when she put her signature in it. So there you go.