Art of Empires. It's the art book for Age fo Empires 3. The Craig Mullins artwork makes it superb. There tons of other great stuff in there, though. Although I'm not sure if you can buy it on it's own. I had to get the whoel collector's game set to get it. Worth every penny
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well personally.. i like the art of metal gear solid.. i want to get the other ones MGS2 and Zone of the enders... i believe there is an art book of starwars.. thats pretty cool.. but thats if youre into robot snad stuff...
haha of course i read yours man, i went on the site, but being in england i wanted to see if i could get it here, cheaper or faster ya know, looks like i don't have a choice, thanks for the site dude
Motherfuck, syds books cost a freaking ton!..i need a job before i get them..whoo
Intron Depot 2: Blades
Intron Depot 3: Ballistics
Genesis: The Art Of Transformers (out of print I think)
Art of Robots (the Blue Sky movie from a couple years back)
Grand Space Opera (Ballistic but available at amazon - alot are now in fact . . . )
sweet im soo gona get that book.
i think the first jon foster book was the second art book i ever bought. not that i own alot of art books but still.
the first one i got was sabastin krugers stars got that back in high school
oh yea i never pay attention to what im typeing unless its like a cover letter or something where it really matters so if i really dont make sense im sorry.
ehh, I got both the Spirited Away and Howl's Moving Castle art books and wasn't really sold, a lot of the pages are dedicated to stills from the movies.
The Skillful Huntsman is a book no artist should be without.
The World of Kong: A Natural History of Skull Island is one of the most incredible books I own, it gives a background on the formation of the island and the evolution of all the creatures in it, as well as page after page of amazing paintings.
I would also recommend The World of Dark Crystal, which I have yet to pick up myself, but the film is an absolute visual masterpiece, and the book gives a ton of great background, as well as all of the early sketchwork.