The Art of Star Wars: Episode IV—A New Hope by Carol Titelman

The Art of Star Wars: Episode IV—A New Hope

To compliment the new Special Edition versions of the classic Star Wars films being released in theaters, these new editions of the bestselling companion books each include sixteen pages of all-new material, plus all of the breathtaking photos, and artwork that have made them a must for all Star Wars collectors and movie buffs. Complete scripts for A New Hope and Return of...

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  • Paul
    Wonderfully informed, funny, and disgusting commentary of various current and past wars. It's a collection of his columns from the Exile, a Russian expat paper, and even when you don't agree with his point of view, you'll enjoy the War Nerd's writing. ...
  • Parka
    (More pictures at parkablogs.com)The visuals that go by the scripts are mainly storyboards and character sketches. There are not too much ship drawings. Full colour paintings are few also. Well, this is the first art book for the first Star Wars movie....
  • Andrew
    Where to start with this book. first off you understand that this is not just simply worshipping star wars - don't get me wrong it was the first movie I saw at the cinema - it scare the hell out of me (I was 5 do the maths) but this means something more. My brother was fascinated with the film and w...
  • Jeff Lanter
    I am going through and re-reading books from my childhood and I'm starting with The Art of Star Wars books. I bought these when they came out and have fond memories of them. The book is two parts: the movie script and the art. As I read through The Art of Star Wars again, I really enjoyed the storyb...
  • Hank Stuever
    On the one hand, a complete geek-out on the thing that held us all in its Vader-like grip.But on the other hand, a great primer on process, visualization, collaboration. My first dawning that all those names on the credits have something important to do, some small piece of a major project. That's a...
  • Shane Amazon
    The Art of Star Wars, Episode IV - A New Hope builds upon the images originally released in the book called The Art of Star Wars in 1979. It does so by adding hundreds of new images from costume designs, production paintings, matte paintings, blueprints, sketches and storyboards. The most interestin...
  • Luis F.
    No es que aporte demasiado: Básicamente es la transcripción de la versión beta del guión de Star Wars Episodio 4, que no difiere mucho de lo que conocemos, así como una recopilación de bocetos y arte conceptual, así como posters e ilustraciones promocionales de La Guerra de las ...
  • Phylicia
    I don't know if it's because that I've seen the movie 100000000 times that I can compare it, but I don't like itLike a lot of books vs movies, there's a LOT of different parts that can be deleted, or things are changed, or dialogue is different. So many other things, but yeah...annoying ...
  • Matthias Noch
    While the book contains a lot of drawings and drafts, it provides absolutely no info on the background of these illustrations, how the art-process was working, why some drafts were picked and others not. The text you will find in this book is the script of the movie, what is nice, but not related to...

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