Neon Genesis Evangelion TV Animation Production Art Book (Hardcover)

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About Neon Genesis Evangelion TV Animation Production Art Book (Hardcover)

The Neon Genesis Evangelion television series revolutionized Japanese anime with its incredible animation, sophisticated storytelling, and dynamic mecha designs.

The Neon Genesis Evangelion television series revolutionized Japanese anime with its incredible animation, sophisticated storytelling, and dynamic mecha designs. This book is an archive of design sketches created for the 1995 television series, as well as the 1997 theatrical release. Included are draft artwork of characters, mecha, weapons, vehicles, interior and exterior locations, and more, all supported by the original artists' detailed design notes. This 432-page tome is a must-have for any fan of Neon Genesis Evangelion, animation production, and character design.

Details

  • Publisher: UDON ENTERTAINMENT
  • Media: Art Books
  • Genre: Action, Science Fiction
  • Themes: Mecha
  • Age Rating: 13+
  • Release Date: 1/7/2020
  • Page Count: 432
  • Dimensional Weight: 2

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A Solid Collection of Designs and Sketches

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With this book you get few hundred pages of character, location, mech and vehicles designs and sketches for the original Neon Genesis Evangelion television series and movie. This is primarily line art and there are no colored images and very little text. Most of the text is translating small artist notes left on some of the sketches. The primary characters get several pages of designs while the more minor ones get less. Examples of sketches include expressions and various outfits and poses. Unit One gets most of the attention in the mecha design section. There are also a few pages of designs from the End of Evangelion movie and recap film. Those who are looking for a full color art book will need to look elsewhere, but those who are interested in the design process for a animated series should enjoy this book.