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Shiro Amano: The Artwork of Kingdom Hearts
Shiro Amano: The Artwork of Kingdom Hearts
by Shiro Amano
Edition: Paperback
10 used & new from CDN$ 64.34

5.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful Art, Jan. 31 2014
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This book was one that I was really looking forward to and it does not disappoint. The art in this book is very well laid out and planned. All the images have their own page and don't have the books' seam running through the middle of the image. Even the pages numbers have been thought through with a different Disney character by each page number. Time was taken in the planning stages and it shows with the final product being very pleasing to the eye and reader friendly. The colour is stunning and the artists improvement can be seen in the progression of the images and also in the commentary at the the back of the book. It's interesting to see process and the reflection the artist has for each piece he worked on. This is a great addition to my Kingdom Hearts manga collection.

The Art of How to Train Your Dragon
The Art of How to Train Your Dragon
by Tracey Miller-Zarneke
Edition: Hardcover
18 used & new from CDN$ 31.55

5.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful Book, Nov. 29 2010
This book is a beautifully put together book. It has not only a lot of insight into the creating of the movie and the process of production to screen, but it has some amazing art to accentuate the text. It's interesting to see how the characters made the jump from book to the finished product that was in the movie and the thought process that went on in their refinement. Even the details like the different dragons fire, and the reasons why backgrounds were designed the way the were, is explained in the book. Overall a great addition to any film lovers library.

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