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eBook The Art of  Star Wars  :  New Hope  Episode 4 (The Art of  Star Wars  ) download ISBN: 1852865830
Author: George Lucas
Publisher: Titan Books Ltd; New Ed edition (October 13, 1994)
Language: English
Pages: 176
ePub: 1473 kb
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Rating: 4.7
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Category: Humour
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The Art of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope includes hundreds of sketches, storyboards, matte paintings, blueprints, production paintings, and costume designs that illustrate the original screenplay.

The Art of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope includes hundreds of sketches, storyboards, matte paintings, blueprints, production paintings, and costume designs that illustrate the original screenplay.

As I read through The Art of Star Wars again, I really enjoyed the storyboards, concept art, models used in the movie, and other pieces of art that was produced before the actual movie was shot

As I read through The Art of Star Wars again, I really enjoyed the storyboards, concept art, models used in the movie, and other pieces of art that was produced before the actual movie was shot. It is interesting to see what ideas were kept and rejected for the movie I am going through and re-reading books from my childhood and I'm starting with The Art of Star Wars books. I bought these when they came out and have fond memories of them. The book is two parts: the movie script and the art. As I read through The Art of Star Wars again, I really enjoyed the storyboards, concept art, models.

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George Lucas, Carol Titelman. This is the first in a series of art books, and is designed as a companion volume to the film "Star Wars". It contains the complete movie script by George Lucas, and - through sketches, paintings and photographs - aims to recreate the imaginative process that went into the making of the film.

Disney now owns Lucas Arts Inc. They have immediate rights to the Digital versions of the films and dictate what is put out on 5 of the 6 films. 20th Century Fox however, owns sole rights to A New Hope (4) - The original movie "Star Wars". Fox also continues to have physical media (discs) distribution rights for all 6 titles through 2020. So it really is UP to a number of things. First and foremost DISNEY for "The Empire Strikes Back" & "Return of the Jedi". Things are a mixed bag for "A New Hope" however.

But there was concept art done (full paintings, not just "sketches") with a female . Even back in the 70s, George Lucas still couldn't write romance.

But there was concept art done (full paintings, not just "sketches") with a female protagonist. They're included in the bonus features of the Blu-ray series boxset. I can see why Lucas rewrote this story: A New Hope's "Hero's Journey" is far simpler to follow, with a clear protagonist and more gradual introduction to the vast galaxy. But although the plot is familiar, there are still a few twists that keep things unexpected.

The books mainly feature artwork accompanied by a short explanation of the scene and the artist's ideas, but also script notes, posters and other information. Later titles were published by Harry N. Abrams.

Comments: (7)
Lynnak
In 1979, Ballantine Books (then the sole licensed publisher of Star Wars novels and most tie-ins) published two versions of this book. One was a limited edition hardcover, which I have never seen, the other was one of those "trade paperback" editions (coffee table size but in softcover). What made this book a must-get was that it contained the entire fourth revised draft of the screenplay for A New Hope (it was the first time I had seen the Episode IV subtitle...even though I bought this book AFTER seeing The Empire Strikes Back). The screenplay I read included scenes that were later edited out of the final film (mainly scenes on Tatooine focusing a bit on Luke's life there and introducing Biggs Darklighter. Another deleted scene -- later restored for the Special Edition 20 years later -- introduced Jabba the Hutt...he would have been very different in look and demeanor from the final Jabba, but at least he was there. Some of these scenes appear both in the novelization (make that ALL) and in the Radio Drama.
The other attractive thing of this book was the amazing artwork. It ranges from pre-production paintings, costume concepts, actual photos, storyboards, and poster art. It even has a section devoted to spinoff art and some cute fan art, mostly drawn by small children.
The one flaw in the book is not content related but the choice of paper and binding. The pages are glossy, like those of a yearbook...but the glue that holds the pages to the binding was not strong enough to hold the pages together. I went through three copies of this book in the time it was in print...I only looked at the last one ONCE and the pages still came loose. Thus, out of 5 stars, I give this book 4.
Snowseeker
Back in the day when these were released I had hopes of being a concept artist. I actually skipped A New Hope because TESB abd ROTJ books had more design work in them and just picked it up recently to complete my set.

All in all I'm very happy with it however of the 3 its definitely the weakest (for lack of a better term). The best thing about it is how much Ralph Mcquarrie art work is in it, especially now that he's passed.

Great book for any Star Wars fan and still a great book for aspiring artists.
LiTTLe_NiGGa_in_THE_СribE
I bought this book to replace a copy that I lost during a move. This book is great and I would have enjoyed some insight as to what the back ground story was on the concept art. However, having said that, how cool is it that you have the freak'in script! I totally got into that! I've seen "A New Hope" so much that I can play the movie in my head while I'm reading the script. When I saw the script in my first copy, I was blown away and was glad to see that the subsequent issues kept it in.
Styphe
Okay...I have owned several copies of this book. Never the hardcover, since that one is rare ... It is lovely to look at and the screenplay...the fourth draft, which has scenes that were cut in the first version and some adapted in the Special Edition, gives us more of the story as it would be presented in the novel and radio dramatization. It is a wonderful book to look at, ALTHOUGH my other copies had the weakness of falling apart even if one was careful when perusing it. Some problem with the binding, I imagine. It is worth getting, though.
Andromakus
I can't even to begin to express how delighted I am with this visit to George Lucas' galaxy, "far, far away". To see designs from the minds of these amazing creators, popular gadgets, gizmos and vehicles as they were conceptionalized, is a real treat and forever an inspiration of how the magic of film making and imagination can transport an audience.
Ximinon
Still my favorite movie, and it's great to see the artistic beginning of it all. It gives a different flavor to the making of the movie. For someone who loves the movie and has an artistic bent, this is for you.
Mr.Twister
I've had this soft cover book since 1979. Now I have the hardcover first edition. It's a beautiful book.
Excellent book