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The Fantasy Illustrator's Technique Book: From Creating Characters To Selling Your Work, Learn The Skills Of The Professional Fantasy Artist

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From conception to publication the fantasy artist uses his skills to create magical, mythical and monstrous characters and worlds of wonders. This book gives a thorough grounding in fantasy art techniques.


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From conception to publication the fantasy artist uses his skills to create magical, mythical and monstrous characters and worlds of wonders. This book gives a thorough grounding in fantasy art techniques.

30 review for The Fantasy Illustrator's Technique Book: From Creating Characters To Selling Your Work, Learn The Skills Of The Professional Fantasy Artist

  1. 5 out of 5

    Rhea Shelden

    A stunning book to gaze at. Beginners might appreciate the suggestions for workspace set up, tools etc. Gary, the master himself, touches on a variety of subjects in brief. While not a step-by-step technique book, there is a great deal to learn from and plenty of inspiration to be found in it’s pages. A wonderful addition to the artists library, especially those interested in fantasy illustration and/or watercolor.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Noora

    I like the section on imagination and I wish the whole book had focused on that. Loads of unnecessary stuff about drawing in general and very little on actual techniques for fantasy illustration. Thought the title was misleading in a sense.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Alicia

    I'm in two minds about this one - it helps me in terms of colour and feel for fantasy, which I've found rare. It also gives a large number of exampled finished images at the end of the book. Its focus seems to be on producing covers for fantasy books or a single image. I'm in two minds about this one - it helps me in terms of colour and feel for fantasy, which I've found rare. It also gives a large number of exampled finished images at the end of the book. Its focus seems to be on producing covers for fantasy books or a single image.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Max

    A very handy book. It explains the basics of making marks, working with water soluble paints, and also how to think up ideas. If fantasy art is your cup of tea, this book is a handy starting point.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Mira

    I love this kind of book, and this one is beautifully written and illustrated...but I wish the author had indicated which mediums were used to create each picture included.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Dani

    I loved it, it gives very good tips on how to construct different body and face types but the techniques themselves are more useful to watercolor painters.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Elentarri

    Pretty pictures but not as helpful as I hoped it would be.

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    T.R. Rankin

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    Tori Johnson

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    Louise Redhead

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    Anne Sargent

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    Lewis

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    Goo Web

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    Melissa

    Nothing new.

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    Thomas T

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    Allen Morse

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    Claire

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    Jared Seth

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    Sahara Mcgirt

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    rêveur d'art

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    Marisa

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    Crystal

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