The Art of Star Wars: Episode II—Attack of the Clones

The Art of Star Wars: Episode II—Attack of the Clones

For more than twenty-five years, the visual brilliance of the Star Wars films has captivated audiences far and wide. From lush words to intricate landscapes, from lavish costumes to amazing creatures, the Star Wars design artists have pioneered the technological revolution, while never surrendering the dazzling sense of wonder. Filled with stunning examples of beautiful, n...

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Title:The Art of Star Wars: Episode II—Attack of the Clones
Author:Mark Cotta Vaz
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Edition Language:English

The Art of Star Wars: Episode II—Attack of the Clones Reviews

  • Parka

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    This art book is noticeably better that the already good The Art of Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace.

    This time round, even more details are added to the concept art. Most of the sketches are now coloured. As usual, the pages are filled to the brim with character designs, environment paintings, storyboards, sculptures and ships. All drawings are captioned by the individual artists on the idea they are trying to bring across.

    In some ways, the character desi

    (More pictures at

    )

    This art book is noticeably better that the already good The Art of Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace.

    This time round, even more details are added to the concept art. Most of the sketches are now coloured. As usual, the pages are filled to the brim with character designs, environment paintings, storyboards, sculptures and ships. All drawings are captioned by the individual artists on the idea they are trying to bring across.

    In some ways, the character designs and sketches look better on book than in the movie. The environment paintings are just epic.

    Included also, at the back of the book, is the full script for the movie.

    This book is highly recommended to sci-fi artists, concept artists and of course Star Wars fans.

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  • Jeff Lanter

    It is almost as my only complaint about Episode I's art book was addressed in this one. Episode II is crammed full of huge and beautiful concept images from the movie. The Attack of the Clones art book not only is a little longer, but it feels like you're getting a lot more for your time and money. The only thing I can critique about is that the text seemed a little less interesting to me this time around. The text is useful and informative but a little too dry and straight forward. This is Star

    It is almost as my only complaint about Episode I's art book was addressed in this one. Episode II is crammed full of huge and beautiful concept images from the movie. The Attack of the Clones art book not only is a little longer, but it feels like you're getting a lot more for your time and money. The only thing I can critique about is that the text seemed a little less interesting to me this time around. The text is useful and informative but a little too dry and straight forward. This is Star Wars after all. A little excitement fits the tone of the movies (even the prequels). This art book will look great and be a nice addition to any Star Wars fan's bookshelf.

  • Andrew

    This is one of the concept art books for the new trilogy (I know the prequels) and it packed with artwork both used and concept - it shows how aspects (all the way from characters to locations to weapons and craft) evolved and changed till they became the images you see on the screen - this is an amazing book and is as packed full of images as the first three books i hold in such high regards. I never stop being amazed at the talents of the men and woman who worked on these films and i am eterna

    This is one of the concept art books for the new trilogy (I know the prequels) and it packed with artwork both used and concept - it shows how aspects (all the way from characters to locations to weapons and craft) evolved and changed till they became the images you see on the screen - this is an amazing book and is as packed full of images as the first three books i hold in such high regards. I never stop being amazed at the talents of the men and woman who worked on these films and i am eternally jealous of their talents.

  • Patrick

    Not quite as inspiring as the art book for Episode One, and one gets the sense that they needed to include the whole script to the film simply to fill out space.

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