The Encyclopedia of Fantasy and Science Fiction Art Techniques Paperback
by John Grant, Ron Tiner
This is the first comprehensive A-Z guide to science fiction and fantasy art techniques.
It also includes an inspirational gallery of finished works.
This title includes professional tips and techniques and clear step- by-step instructions for a variety of popular styles -- from horror to heroic fantasy, from creatures to characterisation.
An A-to-Z technique section provides a detailed look at all major media -- acrylics, airbrush, animation software, computer software, and pen and ink -- and explains how to apply each one.
Also included are special "brainstorming" sections to let you see how an initial idea is developed to produce the final artwork.
This creative resource also contains a gallery of works by some of the most innovative and renowned fantasy artists, including Chris Achilleos, Paul Bartlett, Jim Burns, Judith Clute, Danny Flynn, Brian Frowd, David A.
Hardy, Jael, Peter Jones, Ian Miller, Dan Seagrave, Ron Tiner and Boris Vallejo.
Whether you're a student or a professional artist, you'll discover that The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Techniques is an invaluable reference for expressing your artistic imagination and polishing your technical skills.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 176 pages, colour illustrations
- Publisher: Titan Books Ltd
- Publication Date: 17/10/1997
- Category: Comic book & cartoon art
- ISBN: 9781852868918