Principles of creature design: Creating imaginary Animals by Terryl Whitlatch
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|Publisher||Design Studio Press|
|Number of pages||228|
With decades of experience in the entertainment industry, developing creatures for Star Wars: Episode I—The Phantom Menace and Beowulf, among other films, Whitlatch offers an abundance of valuable advice throughout the Principles of Creature Design. For Whitlatch, there’s no limit to what can be imagined with an open mind, though the journey may not always be an easy one. It’s what she calls “chasing the unicorn.”"
- design studio press
Terryl Whitlatch is one of the world's top professional creature designers specializing in animal anatomy, paleontological reconstruction, and tof course, the creation of imaginary creatures. She has worked extensively in the animation, and transmedia/entertainment industries as well as publishing, academic and institutional including zoos and museums around the world.sectors. Her clients include Lucasfilm and -art, Walt Disney, Electronic Arts, Paramount Pictures, Sony, and many others.
This book is a 'how to' for both aspiring artists of animal and creature design and Whitlach fans alike!
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