Hello! I am an architect/landscaping student with quite a bit of training in basic composition and color theory, but looking at the work of concept artists I understand that there is very much more to learn. I would like to better understand what humans find aesthetically pleasing, in order to create better projects and visualizations. I got many good tips from watching Feng Zhus videos, but I would love to find a great illustrated book, DVD or PDF with plenty of examples and explanations of the advanced rules for aesthetically pleasing scenes/compositions. I found many books on aesthetics on amazon, typically aimed at photographers or artists, but the examples given are usually much less impressive than what the concept artists can do. Some magazines (Advanced Photoshop) occasionally contain a small fraction of amazing stuff, but learning that way feels very unsystematic/incomplete and inefficient.
I'm looking for the kind of stuff that people who worked on environments in e.g Avatar or Skyrim all know, whether intuitively or taught directly.
Thank you very much!