Fantasy Art Masters: The Best Fantasy and Science Fiction Artists (Anglais) Broché – 1 octobre 1999
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Fantasy Art Masters demonstrates the creative wealth and diversity in this popular genre of illustrative art, from the lurical Tolkien landscapes of John Howe and Alan Lee, to the hauntingly beautiful multitextured images of Dave McKean, to the spectacular future-world visions of Jim Burns.
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The text , though , despite being detailed and full of information , is the usual dancing to architecture ; you can either draw or you can't , and no book can change that .
This is a marvelous compilation of the highest-quality art in the field. I consider this work a must-have for anyone interested in the field of science fiction and the visual imagery in such.
It was one of the first books I purchased when I became interested in the fantasy/sci-fi art field, and proved to be very insightful when looking at the various ways artists approach their work. As a competitive and often undervalued genre in the traditional and digital art worlds, it was extremely helpful to find a book that was written from several different perspectives and an excellent display of the variety that can be found in fantasy art today.
I wouldn't consider this book to be a "showcase" of art strictly, but there is still a good selection of pieces from each of the artists that are highlighted. If you're looking for a collection of fantasy art without so much of the written explanations, try one of the Spectrum collections, Spectrum 8 being the most recent.