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by Jane Moseley,Jackie Strachan

eBook Fantasy Art Bible (Artist's Bibles) download ISBN: 0785825525
Author: Jane Moseley,Jackie Strachan
Publisher: Chartwell Books; Spi edition (September 1, 2009)
Language: English
ePub: 1146 kb
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Rating: 4.3
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Category: Art and Photo
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Comments: (3)
Drelalen
The Fantasy Art Bible is a very instructive manual that can be used by all types of artists. I was really impressed with the detailed information about all types of artistic materials and I'm sure I will put it to good use when I do watercolors, acrylics, pen and ink drawings, etc. in the future.
Coron
If you have no clue where to begin in fantasy art... well, maybe you should try something else. However, if you are interested in fantasy art (or sci-fi art, or comic book art, etc.) and have an idea of what you might be interested in drawing, painting, etc., and don't know where to begin, you could do worse than the Fantasy Art Bible.

First of all, don't confuse this book with the similarly-titled Fantasy Artist's Figure Drawing Bible: Ready-to-Draw Characters and Step-by-Step Rendering Techniques, which has the same dimensions, spiral-binding, and also a focus on fantasy art (but largely on painting techniques of fantasy figures). That book is good, and recommended, but both books focus on different things.

In Fantasy Art Bible, you'll learn he basics of the techniques, tools, and overall processes of fantasy artists (which really don't differ that much from other artists except for the subject matter). This book is divided into 4 main parts:

1. Tools and Techniques. Probably the most useful part of the book, this 71-page section examines, in chapters ranging from two pages to 8 pages, different artistic media: pencil, charcoal and conte crayon, colored pencils, pen and ink, markers, paints (watercolor, acrylic, oils), kind of papers and painting surfaces, and digital art. If you don't know much about different kinds of art, this is a good place to start. The digital media section is good, though if you want to learn about digital rendering/painting and want good, extensive tutorials, check out Hi-Fi Color For Comics: Digital Techniques for Professional Results (which is great even if you don't want to do comic-book art) and its sequel, Master Digital Color: Styles Tools Techniques, as well as Digital Character Painting Using Photoshop CS3 (Graphics Series), which all have great CD-ROM tutorials you do along with the book.

2. Planning. The shortest section of the book, it discussed process: workspace, inspiration, etc. Odds are, if you want to create fantasy art, you know 90% of this section already, but you might find a valuable nugget or two here.

3. Fantasy Art Concepts. This section briefly covers things like anatomy, perspective, genre, creatures, proportion, lighting, and more, but I didn't find it particularly helpful.

4. Gallery. This is 40+ pages of already-finished fantasy art pieces.

My main quarrel with this book is that it seemed to be stitched together from a host of different sources. The final page notes that section of the text originally came from The Encyclopedia of Fantasy and Science Fiction Art Techniques, but astute readers of art how-to books will see images from a number of other publications as well. Overall, if you're just a beginner, this will probably help you with a few things.
Shou
This book alone won't make you an amazing master of fantasy art, but it really does have a lot of great information on the many many aspects of it. I've had numerous moments so far of "oh, that's how that's done or that's what those are for", and even a few "duh, I should've thought of that really". I'm really impressed so far (still reading).