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The Art of Star Wars: Episode II: Attack of the Clones [Englisch] [Gebundene Ausgabe]

Mark Vaz
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30. April 2002
For more than twenty-five years, the visual brilliance of the Star Wars films has captivated audiences far and wide. From lush words to intricate landscapes, from lavish costumes to amazing creatures, the Star Wars design artists have pioneered the technological revolution, while never surrendering the dazzling sense of wonder.

Filled with stunning examples of beautiful, never-before-seen movie artwork, The Art of Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones takes us through an takes us through an incredible gallery of astonishing images. As an added bonus, this volume features the exclusive illustrated screenplay, as well as:

• More than 500 extraordinary illustrations—including sketches, costume designs, set pieces, models, and brilliant full-color paintings
• An in-depth look at the amazing new creatures introduced in Episode II
• Fascinating behind-the-scenes accounts and anecdotes related by the artists themselves
• Magnificent visuals of exotic new planets, exciting new spacecraft, and dramatic new characters such as Jango Fett, Count Dooku, and Jedi Luminara Unduli
• Thrilling movie poster art art created especially for Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones

Experience the Lucasfilm magic with visuals more striking than ever before, and become one of the first to witness the worlds and the wizardry of Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones.

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  • Gebundene Ausgabe: 224 Seiten
  • Verlag: LucasBooks (30. April 2002)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0345431251
  • ISBN-13: 978-0345431257
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 31 x 24 x 2 cm
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 342.679 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)

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This stunning book takes the reader on a rollercoaster ride through Star Wars Episode II. This edition shows the amazing artwork - including sketches, costume designs, models, and brilliant full-colour paintings - prepared for Star Wars Episode II. Extensive captions take the reader behind the scenes, making this one of the most extraordinary art exhibits in movie history. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine andere Ausgabe: Taschenbuch .

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Mark Cotta Vaz is a senior writer for Cinefex magazine, as well as the writer for From Star Wars to Indiana Jones: The Best of the Lucasfilm Archives, Industrial Light and Magic: Into the Digital Realm, and Star Wars: Secrets of Shadows of the Empire. A past member of the board of directors for the Cartoon Art Museum in San Francisco, he has also studied and explored Tibetan Buddhism. He lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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4.0 von 5 Sternen Nicht schlecht, aber auch nicht wirklich klasse. 1. Juli 2005
Format:Gebundene Ausgabe
Sicher ist dieser Band in der Hochwertigen Aufmachung und mit den zahlreichen Hintergrundinformationen gelungen, aber es wäre mehr möglich gewesen. Viel mehr!
Schön wäre es beispielsweise gewesen, den gezeigten Entwürfen das Endergebnis im Film gegenüberzustellen. Denn so, bekommte man zwar einen Eindruck über den Entstehungsprozess der Designs, aber das Ergebnis fehlt viel zu oft oder ist nur in viel zu kleinen Fotos zu sehen.
So werden gleich mehrere Zielgruppen entäuscht: Modellbauer finden kaum Material, das wirklich verwertbar wäre, Filmfans können nicht in Filmbildern "schwelgen". Eignetlich kommen nur Designfreaks, denen Gemälde und Zeichnungen genug sind, voll auf ihre Kosten.
Schade, denn das es besser geht, beweisen ähnliche Publikationen zu anderen Filmen!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great look at the art behind Star Wars 1. April 2009
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This art book is noticeably better that the already good The Art of Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace.

This time round, even more details are added to the concept art. Most of the sketches are now coloured. As usual, the pages are filled to the brim with character designs, environment paintings, storyboards, sculptures and ships. All drawings are captioned by the individual artists on the idea they are trying to bring across.

In some ways, the character designs and sketches look better on book than in the movie. The environment paintings are just epic.

Included also, at the back of the book, is the full script for the movie.

This book is highly recommended to sci-fi artists, concept artists and of course Star Wars fans.

There are more pictures of the book on my blog. Just visit my Amazon profile for the link.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Ganz nett, aber nicht der Brüller! 1. Juli 2005
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Sicher ist dieser Band in der Hochwertigen Aufmachung und mit den zahlreichen Hintergrundinformationen gelungen, aber es wäre mehr möglich gewesen. Viel mehr!
Schön wäre es beispielsweise gewesen, den gezeigten Entwürfen das Endergebnis im Film gegenüberzustellen. Denn so, bekommte man zwar einen Eindruck über den Entstehungsprozess der Designs, aber das Ergebnis fehlt viel zu oft oder ist nur in viel zu kleinen Fotos zu sehen.
So werden gleich mehrere Zielgruppen entäuscht: Modellbauer finden kaum Material, das wirklich verwertbar wäre, Filmfans können nicht in Filmbildern "schwelgen". Eignetlich kommen nur Designfreaks, denen Gemälde und Zeichnungen genug sind, voll auf ihre Kosten.
Schade, denn das es besser geht, beweisen ähnliche Publikationen zu anderen Filmen!
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Not as good as the Episode I book... 6. Juni 2002
Von "jedi2016" - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Gebundene Ausgabe
As excited as I was about getting this book, I ended up being a bit disappointed in it. I'd recently purchased the "Art of Episode I", and, based on the reviews posted here, I was expecting more of the same. Unfortunately, that didn't quite happen. Most of the artwork in this Episode II book is final production art, showing only the *last* piece of concept art, as it was approved by George Lucas. I've seen the film, I didn't need to see drawings of those same characters. Rather, I wanted to see the *concept* art, leading up to the final designs. Does Cotta Vaz expect me to believe they drew only ONE picture of Dexter Jettster, and George approved it? The Episode I book had an entire chapter devoted to the development of the Gungans, but here we get only a page or two per character/location/ship. There are only a few instances in the book where we actually see concept art that differs from what was shown in the film.
Comparing the two, there's a lot more writing in this one, interviews with the artists, etc. This takes up quite a bit of space that could better be used for more artwork.
As for the artwork itself, I was quite impressed. The drawings maintain the same high level of professionalism and detail I came to expect. I wasn't too impressed with the digital paintings, I would have preferred more concept work.
The script in the back of the book certainly takes up space. I've seen the film, and I have the novelization, I don't need the script, especially in a book that's not about the script. In answer to the observation below about how this script is different from the film, well of course it is. The shooting script NEVER matches what's on-screen, it just doesn't happen. In regards to the Original Trilogy scripts, those are reverse-written based on the films themselves, that's why they match perfectly. From Lucas' own mouth, he's said that some of the lines in ROTJ were improvised right on-set, so how could they be in the shooting script?
Anyway, to close about this book, I guess I was spoiled by the Episode I book. I expected more of the same, which is exactly what I wanted. Folks' reviews here indicated I would get even more, but I found I got a lot less. It seems another example of the publisher assuming that they know what the audience wants to see.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen This Is More Like It... 1. Mai 2002
Von Kevin L. Davis - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Gebundene Ausgabe
I just picked up "The Art of Episode 2" a couple of days ago and I have to tell you I am once again excited about the SW saga. Like a lot of people who grew up with the original trilogy, I found "Episode I" disappointing not only thematically but aesthetically as well. I know it was a prequel, but shiny canary-yellow starfighters and floppy, clumsy Gungans seemed like a betrayal of the design motif that helped make "Star Wars" compelling. Now, without commenting on the plot, it is obvious that "Episode II" will see the start of the SW universe's evolution into the battered, gritty, "lived-in" worlds that are fantastic yet somehow relatable. Here are the evolution of a host of new characters, creatures, and vehicles, as well as two entirely new worlds (three if you count Coruscant, too briefly seen in "Episode I.")
If this visual feast is any indication, "Episode II" will be an exhilarating return to the galaxy Star Wars fans fell in love with in the first place.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Why doesn't the movie look as inspired as the book?! 7. Juni 2002
Von Richard A. Tucker - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book should be absolutely a must for art students, directors (especially art directors), illustrators, designers, fantasy and science fiction readers, writers (current and future) and visualists of all genres and mediums.While the movie looks pretty good these ideas in sketches and designs and character studies-as well as full production scenes-are more inspired and potentially more appealing than the film ('potentially' because most artists and art students will get this more than most people who just watch the movies).Some of the technical work while well designed is a bit flat. Even that is a small nitpick. This book is a well researched view into the behind the scenes ideas that make the visual essence of the film. I don't think a person even needs to like the Star Wars stories to enjoy this book on a visual level.This hardback edition is a beautiful addition to unique coffee table books. It's a blast to browse through all these artists' heads as the ideas of forms, lines and color spill out onto the paper, boards, canvas and digital screens.The compositions contained within these pages are wonderfully inspired, strange and mythic.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen The Best Art-of Star Wars yet... 16. Mai 2002
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I really loved the Art of Episode I when it was released in late 1999, and didn't think it could get any better than that, but well, it has. The Art of Episode II is a masterpiece, by far the best movie production art book I've ever seen.
It was nice to see so much work included by the new artists at the Attic at Skywalker Ranch: there is some classy work in this book. This is definitely not only for Star Wars fans: anyone who loves art should have this book, for that is what is on display in it's 224 pages: art of the highest caliber.
There are a startling amount of digital production paintings in the book, paintings that are every bit as artistic and moody as more traditionally rendered art. These intense, moody paintings are offset by slick sketches of vehicles, creatures, anything you can imagine.
If the movie itself is half as good as this book suggests it may be, it will be a winner.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Another great Star Wars book! 18. August 2002
Von Kristy M. Ross - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Gebundene Ausgabe
One of the best of the AOTC companion books, The Art of Star Wars: Attack Of The Clones (written by Mark Cotta Vaz) is a fascinating book, including many different faecets of production design and artwork. These boks give an interesting insight to the huge effort that goes into Star Wars films, with many visualisations that never made it to the screen, and poster art by Star Wars veteran Drew Struzan. The best part is, you get the entire screenplay, including all the deleted scenes and dialouge. The provided info on the entire evolution of production artwork, to models to visual design and then to film is endlessly fascinating, with a wealth of amazing sketches and design artwork.
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