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The Art of Terminator Salvation [Englisch] [Gebundene Ausgabe]

Tara Bennett
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Kurzbeschreibung

28. April 2009 Terminator Salvation
The much anticipated fourth instalment of the critically acclaimed Terminator series, Terminator Salvation, starring Christian Bale (Batman Begins) and directed by McG, reaches cinemas on 22 May 2009.

In a brand-new chapter in the Terminator chronicles, Judgment Day has come to pass and Skynet has destroyed much of the world’s population. In this post-apocalyptic world, the resistance, including John Connor, continues its brutal fight for survival.

This beautifully designed companion volume features hundreds of color illustrations, storyboards and intricately designed production art, showcasing the amazing talent that went into the making of this remarkable movie.

Produktinformation

  • Gebundene Ausgabe: 256 Seiten
  • Verlag: Titan Books (28. April 2009)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1848560826
  • ISBN-13: 978-1848560826
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 2,5 x 27,7 x 24,1 cm
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 297.589 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)

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"The images are spectacular, and the remarks for the director and his production staff vibrantly illustrate the thought processes and detail intrinsic to the films creative design." - School Library Journal

Synopsis

The eagerly awaited fourth Terminator movie, "Terminator Salvation", starring Christian Bale and directed by McG, reaches cinemas on 22 May 2009. In a brand-new chapter in the Terminator saga, Judgement Day has come to pass and Skynet has destroyed much of the world's population. In this post-apocalyptic world populated by deadly killing machines, the resistance, including John Connor, continues its brutal fight for survival. "The Art of Terminator Salvation" is a stunning visual chronicling of the making of the movie, comprising of exclusive designs, storyboards and stills revealing the depth of creativity that has gone into creating the brand-new Terminator movie.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen You'll see a lot of Terminators in this book 13. Mai 2009
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The star of the movie is John Connor. The star of this art book is the Terminators. This 240-page hardcover volume features hundreds of color illustrations, storyboards, and intricately designed production art. Much of the concept paintings are done by production designer Martin Laing. There's also Jason Sweers, Victor Martinez, David Lowery who worked on the Terminator designs and storyboards. Unfortunately, a lot of credits don't come with names so we'll not know the exact artist.

This book has a ton of designs for the Terminators. We're talking about T-1, T-600, Aerostats, Hunter-Killers, Hydrobots, Transports, Harvesters, Moto-Terminators and even the T-70 which is only seen in the video game. There's several rejected iterations of the designs up to the final model used in the movie. These are in the form of 3D modeling, a few paintings and sketches. Included in a smaller amount are the set and location designs like the hideout, Skynet's factory, etc.

Overall, there's not much text except for the captions. Captions when provided nicely explains the thought process that goes behind the designs, like facing the challenge of differentiating these Terminators from Michael Bay's Transformers.

Strangely not included are the weapons used by the resistance fighters. I really want to know what kind of guns can be used to blow up endoskeletons. There's also not much character designs other John Connor in his few different costumes. Some of the production photos used are also a bit low in resolution but there are only a few production photos. If you want to see more production photos, you should grab Terminator Salvation: The Movie Companion.

This book is recommended for concept artists and fans of Terminator.

There are more pictures of the book on my blog. Just visit my Amazon profile for the link.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen You'll see a lot of Terminators in this book 13. Mai 2009
Von Parka - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Gebundene Ausgabe
The star of the movie is John Connor. The star of this art book is the Terminators. This 240-page hardcover volume features hundreds of color illustrations, storyboards, and intricately designed production art. Much of the concept paintings are done by production designer Martin Laing. There's also Jason Sweers, Victor Martinez, David Lowery who worked on the Terminator designs and storyboards. Unfortunately, a lot of credits don't come with names so we'll not know the exact artist.

This book has a ton of designs for the Terminators. We're talking about T-1, T-600, Aerostats, Hunter-Killers, Hydrobots, Transports, Harvesters, Moto-Terminators and even the T-70 which is only seen in the video game. There's several rejected iterations of the designs up to the final model used in the movie. These are in the form of 3D modeling, a few paintings and sketches. Included in a smaller amount are the set and location designs like the hideout, Skynet's factory, etc.

Overall, there's not much text except for the captions. Captions when provided nicely explains the thought process that goes behind the designs, like facing the challenge of differentiating these Terminators from Michael Bay's Transformers.

Strangely not included are the weapons used by the resistance fighters. I really want to know what kind of guns can be used to blow up endoskeletons. There's also not much character designs other John Connor in his few different costumes. Some of the production photos used are also a bit low in resolution but there are only a few production photos. If you want to see more production photos, you should grab Terminator Salvation: The Movie Companion.

This book is recommended for concept artists and fans of Terminator.

(More pictures are available on my blog. Just visit my Amazon profile for the link.)
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4.0 von 5 Sternen An insight into how they come up with the look for movies 1. Dezember 2009
Von Lewis P. Morley - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I love fantasy movies. Like a lot of people, I'd like to work in films and create amazing images like the ones in the Terminator films. But how do you go about it?
This book is especially useful as it shows not just the final designs used in the film, but also the early ideas and dead ends that are part of the creative process.
Terminator is an especially interesting subject, as James Cameron created the entire look for the world in the first low budget film and every subsequent movie has had to elaborate on that original style.
As such, we see the killer robot equivalent of the Cadillac tailfin design style -different enough to suggest something new, but not so radical that it steps outside the established formula.
This fourth film in the series is particularly interesting as being a prequel to the original movie, it has to suggest designs that are more primitive than the ones created 20 years ago!
In this respect Terminator Salvation is not entirely sucessful, as audiences expect to see more rather than less and the temptation is always to go bigger and better, to top what has been seen before.
The original Terminator was a small film, but it packed a big visual design punch for it's day.
The advent of today's digital effects and mega million dollar budgets don't nescessarily equate to a better final product.

This book is nicely presented and it makes a cool techno-fascist addition to any coffee table!
It's interesting to see how the standard and style of pre production art has changed over the years.
Cameron used white conte pencil on black paper to define the gleaming chrome of the Terminator robot, now today's artists produce much more finished pieces, using Photoshop and photo collages, 3D rendered models and electronic tablet pens instead of squeaker markers and airbrushes...

If nothing else, this book gives a good idea of the standards that are now expected in a big budget Hollywood movie...
Having done a very small amount of design work on films like "Red Planet" and "Star Wars Ep2." I can really appreciate the degree of skill that goes into these artworks, as opposed to the napkin scribbles I produced!
Now with the decline in local film production, I have moved on to teaching, rather than actually working in the industry and I find books like "The Art of Terminator Salvation" excellent teaching aids for my students.

In many ways I've enjoyed this book more than the film that created it!
5.0 von 5 Sternen Very interesting look at the creative process. 13. Mai 2013
Von Eric Robertson - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I am a big terminator fan. It really seems like the creative people involved were as well. It's very interesting to see how their designs for everything evolved and how they took the past mythos into account.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Amazing 11. Juni 2011
Von William Sinclair - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book is huge and has given me inspiration in my art. any fan of the series should own this. Lots of detail not seen in film.
4.0 von 5 Sternen SO GOOD BOOK 2. Juni 2011
Von MAXI - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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FRANKLY I love this book even if I expected to bring MORE IMAGES AND VIEWS OF THE DIFFERENT DESIGNS OF BUILDINGS AND MODELS, HOWEVER IT IS VERY HELPFUL
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