Hard Cover | 192 Pages | Houghton Mifflin
1 ed (Apr 5, 2003) | ISBN-10: 0618331301
Signed by Weta Artist Daniel Falconer
A companion to The Art of The Fellowship of the Ring, this authoritative and insightful book is packed with more than five hundred full-color images - many exclusive to this volume - and shows the development of the imagery in The Two Towers from concept drawings to wide-screen glory.
With illuminating captions telling the story of the images in the words of the artists and designers responsible for the look of the film, including the renowned artists Alan Lee and John Howe, and contributions from Peter Jackson, Richard Taylor, Grant Major, Ngila Dickson, Paul Lasaine, and others, this book is a must for all fans of The Lord of the Rings.
In this essential reference to the architecture and costumes of Jackson's onscreen Middle-earth, the stunning large-format art, from sketches to paintings to three-dimensional maquettes and digital art, is lovingly reproduced with lavish production values to create a spectacular keepsake for the film's millions of fans.
GARY RUSSELL traveled to film production sites in New Zealand to conduct hundreds of exclusive interviews with the principal artists whose work is detailed in this book. The author of The Lord of the Rings: The Art of The Fellowship of the Ring and The Art of the Return of the King, Russell has worked widely in media as a magazine editor, novelist, columnist, and audio drama producer.
Two towers Art book
This book documents a small portion of the concept art work that... Read more.
This book documents a small portion of the concept art work that went into designing the two towers. from designing the balrog, to the warriors of rohan, this book shows the creative process that the weta designers took, with commentaries from artists such as Daniel Falconer and Warren Mahy.
A part of the book that must be noted is the Gollum concept art. from concept sketches to silicone busts, the process that went into making Gollum was a chapter in itself. for readers wanting to know more about Gollum's design process, i reccommend the book: "Gollum: how we made movie magic", available from any good library.
Overall, this book is a great read, and i highly recommend it for any Rings fans out there. Hide.
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