The Science of Creature Design: Techniques In Creating The Real...To The Imagined

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9781933492742: The Science of Creature Design: Techniques In Creating The Real...To The Imagined

A follow up to her bestselling book, "Animals Real and Imagined," Terryl Whitlatch will share the science and principles behind her captivating creature designs. Taking lessons from her online courses offered on www.talesofamalthea.com, she will lead the readers on a visual instructional journey to creating amazing creatures from one's imagination. This title will feature 25 new images from "Star Wars" creature designs for Lucasfilms.

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About the Author :

Terryl Whitlatch is an accomplished scientifically and academically trained illustrator who extensively studied vertebrate zoology and animal anatomy. She has worked for various zoos and museums in the U.S. and The World Wildlife Fund as senior consultant for Wildlife Art and Animal Anatomy. She is considered one of the top creature designers and animal anatomists working in the field today and is currently working to develop a tutorial creature design course/Web site.

Review :

"Creature design has never looked as simultaneously simple and fantastically complicated. By laying out literally every bone of her creatures, Whitlatch makes creation seem effortless―just follow nature, connect the bones, add the muscles, and color the skin. These books do assume a familiarity with drawing, but even first-timers will gain something from the series. Even if it’s simply inspiration.”―Kyle Hill, Nerdist

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