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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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Nice tie-in of illustrations to screenplay that may be missed by some. It's pretty subtle. Read more
Read the book STAR WARS attack of the clones there is a bounty hunter trying to kill the senator of naboo and there is a big fight against the sith on the planet of genosis. Read morePublished on March 11 2003
It misses him so much, I knocked it down three stars. Chiang did such a good job on the Episode I art, and in this one he appeared sloppy and rushed. Read morePublished on Jan. 16 2003 by N. Cappiello
great book for previz artists and star wars freaks like me.
includes script with deleted scenes
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... Read morePublished on Aug. 17 2002 by Kristy M. Ross
From paper to "digital film", this book shows the reader how early concepts develop into what we see on screen. Read morePublished on July 29 2002 by Mario G. Perez Fonseca
Para todos los amantes de Star Wars en latinoamérica, este es un libro que se debe tener. No sólo te fascina con sus imagenes y todas las posibilidades que son y que... Read morePublished on July 17 2002
Just like it's awesome predecessor for Episode 1, 'The Art of Star Wars: Attack of the Clones' really delivers the goods, presenting the beautiful concept art for the film. Read morePublished on July 12 2002 by Benjamin Denes