First Ghibli book I get. It’s interesting how they have most if not all of the script in the back.
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I had forgotten that I brought this book, off a tip from a twitter user. The first part has plenty of concept/visual development material, the second and third is mostly the set and design building, interviews, dino-robots.
But the real meat of it is the last section. It has a shit-ton of storyboards. I havent gone through the whole thing, but I think it’s almost the whole second half of the movie (starts where the T-rex’s first appearance)
This book is also cheap as dirt, from 99 cents to $3 dollars on Amazon. It was a good find.
More good stuff. I haven’t played Bioshock since the first one came out (not huge on playing video games) but the development here was amazing.
“Dream Worlds” is has been long overdue in my collection. I wish I had been taught in school more like the way this book explains.
I’d say it’s more naughty than nice, and I’m ok with that
Art of Tomb Rider is here! Damn this book is thick (ha-HA) about 270 pages worth of goodness
My girlfriend is graduating tomorrow, this was her present. But…I kind of wanna keep it to myself. I didnt like the movie that much to be completely honest, so much wasted potential. But this book…this book is AWESOME.
I also just realized I never took pictures of the loot I got back in CTN 2012. Oh well…Good stuff.
Oh, Hi. Nice of you to drop by. Have a seat right here.
This book had been on my wish list for months. it didn’t disappoint
Hello, art book for a terribly underrated movie.
My girlfriend brought me this today. As far as D’artiste series goes, it’s pretty good, though some of the guest artists list left me scratching my head for a minute
Hello, I didn’t expect you here so soon, glad you’re in my life now