The Art of Star Wars: Episode V—The Empire Strikes Back by Deborah Call

The Art of Star Wars: Episode V—The Empire Strikes Back

THE ART OF STAR WARS: THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK is a magnificent, full-color celebration of the amazing artistic and technical accomplishments in the second chapter of the most spectacular space epic of all time. Lavishly illustrated with production sketches, production paintings, costume designs, construction drawings, matte paintings, storyboards, and stills, and complete...

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The Art of Star Wars: Episode V—The Empire Strikes Back Reviews

  • Brian
    I'm not a big Star Wars fan, but this is one of the best making-of books I've seen. Full-color concept art arranged in a legible layout. Don't miss the two-page spread of concept sketches for Yoda.(The text-based rainbow cover on my 1980 edition is much cooler than this!)...
  • Curtiss
    Another art-collection/movie script tie-in to the Star Wars phenomenon....
  • Parka
    (More pictures at parkablogs.com)This book is much better than the first art book as the script is removed and replaced with more art.The concept sketches and paintings are grouped under different sets: Hoth, Star Destroyer, Dagobah, Asteroid Belt, Bespin, Rebel Cruiser. Storyboards, character desi...
  • Andrew
    This book really carries on the story of the star wars saga - (not the film but the creation if its atmosphere and iconic images) - see my review of "The Art of Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope" to see the story behind the book for myself and enjoy the beauty of the book behind the film. over the ...
  • Jeff Lanter
    I am going through and re-reading books from my childhood and I'm continuing 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 background information on how characters and scenery were made and the art itself. Just like with...
  • Mark
    Eschewing the format of the other two books in the series (for the original trilogy, at least) this doesn’t contain the screenplay but the additional space given over to the glorious artwork (that is reproduced in crystal clear clarity) more than makes up for it. Broken into six parts - Hoth, S...
  • Anton Klink
    The Star Wars art of Ralph McQuarry is first rate and by itself would garner any book a five star rating. However, the art of some additional artists featured in the book was not that exciting. This book is probably a treasure trove for a dedicated Star Wars fan, however for the layman the constant ...
  • Matthew Lloyd
    First things first: the art is all, pretty much, amazing. One of the things which really made the original Star Wars trilogy special was the amazing settings, the fully realised worlds, and the costumes, and most of these are detailed here. But there is much more detail than that. This volume descri...
  • Alex Garcia
    I really liked the story to the book and how it links up with the movie and how they describe the characters. It was very suspenseful as they begin to get overran by the Empire....

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