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Halo: The Great Journey: The Art of Building Worlds
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Martin Robinson
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Halo: The Great Journey: The Art of Building Worlds

Martin Robinson


9780857685629

Titan Books


Art » Reference;
Art » Science Fiction Art;
Game Worlds » Halo;
Media » Media Reference;
Science Fiction » Aliens;
Science Fiction » Military


Hardback

192 pages

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Offers a gallery of the Halo universe, with over 400 images including sketches and concept, detailed interiors and sweeping landscapes, spacescapes, and commentary. The Art of Halo is the ultimate gallery of the Halo universe, with over 400 images including sketches and concept art by acclaimed artists such as Ashley Wood, detailed interiors and sweeping landscapes of Alex Chu, and Frank Capezzuto's breathtaking spacescapes, plus commentary from the artists themselves and a Foreword from 'the face of Halo,' Frank O'Connor.

By:   Martin Robinson
Imprint:   Titan Books
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 301mm,  Width: 228mm,  Spine: 22mm
Weight:   1.311kg
ISBN:   9780857685629
ISBN 10:   0857685627
Series:   Halo
Pages:   192
Publication Date:   November 2011
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Martin Robinson is an award-winning journalist and Features Editor at Eurogamer. Previously Content Editor at the UK office of IGN.com, Martin has been a keen tourist of the Halo universe. Over the last decade he has slain the entire Covenant race several times over and saved the universe on countless occasions.


Totally breath-taking. - io9 <br> This is a book that deserves huge recognition. Not only is the subject matter one of the most important gaming franchises to ever hit our machines, it also has life, colour and soul bouncing from every page combined with words from people that have lived and breathed Halo. It's a book that could grace any shelf or coffee table and become a talking point. In fact it's worth buying a coffee table just for this book. - This Is Xbox <br> Halo: The Art of Building Worlds is simply magnificent in production and content. Even this reviewer, who is not a fan of the series, cannot help but be blown away by the sheer beauty of this book. - Square Go <br> Simply put, this book is a must have for every Halo fan. - The Daily Blam <br>.. .a breathtaking window into the creation of one of gaming's most imaginative universes. With a near perfect blend of expansive art pieces, rich backstory, and entertaining anecdotes, the book is a worthy

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