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on 26 November 2009
Really nice looking book, very weighty. Has lots of interesting stuff in, but for its size and price, expected a little more, so ive given it a middle of the road score.
Got through it in 10/15 mins, i wish there had been a bit more in it.
I would recommend this though if you're a fan of the terminator films, it is very interesting.
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on 21 May 2017
Very good, thank you.
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The star of the movie is John Connor. The star of this art book is the Terminators. This 240-page hardcover volume features hundreds of color illustrations, storyboards, and intricately designed production art. Much of the concept paintings are done by production designer Martin Laing. There's also Jason Sweers, Victor Martinez, David Lowery who worked on the Terminator designs and storyboards. Unfortunately, a lot of credits don't come with names so we'll not know the exact artist.

This book has a ton of designs for the Terminators. We're talking about T-1, T-600, Aerostats, Hunter-Killers, Hydrobots, Transports, Harvesters, Moto-Terminators and even the T-70 which is only seen in the video game. There's several rejected iterations of the designs up to the final model used in the movie. These are in the form of 3D modeling, a few paintings and sketches. Included in a smaller amount are the set and location designs like the hideout, Skynet's factory, etc.

Overall, there's not much text except for the captions. Captions when provided nicely explains the thought process that goes behind the designs, like facing the challenge of differentiating these Terminators from Michael Bay's Transformers.

Strangely not included are the weapons used by the resistance fighters. I really want to know what kind of guns can be used to blow up endoskeletons. There's also not much character designs other John Connor in his few different costumes. Some of the production photos used are also a bit low in resolution but there are only a few production photos. If you want to see more production photos, you should grab Terminator Salvation: The Movie Companion.

This book is recommended for concept artists and fans of Terminator.

There are more pictures of the book on my blog. Just visit my Amazon profile for the link.
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on 18 June 2009
Nice quality book, great overall coverage of the film's artwork and the design process. Not much to read but enough to explain, I was unsure if some of the pictures would be the same as the Official Movie Companion but there are very few repeated and both are great to have if you like Terminator and other Sci-Fi.
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on 13 June 2016
Great book!
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