The Art of Sword Oratoria Artbook

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SKU: 9781975385576

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About The Art of Sword Oratoria Artbook

The Art of Sword Oratoria features the stunning work of Kiyotaka Haimura! This collection of illustrations, rough sketches, and more is sure to please any diehard lovers of the beautiful artwork decorating the covers and pages of Is It Wrong to Pick Up Girls In a Dungeon? Side Story: Sword Oratoria! Included are a long format interview between Kiyotaka Haimura and the author Fujino Omori, an exclusive short story, and illuminating scribbled commentary by Kiyotaka throughout!

Details

  • Publisher: YEN PRESS
  • Media: Art Books
  • Genre: Action, Comedy, Fantasy, Romance
  • Themes: Adventure, Supernatural
  • Age Rating: 13+
  • Release Date: 12/17/2019
  • Page Count: 160
  • Dimensional Weight: 1

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A Nice Art Book, But LN Only, With Some Awkward Formatting.

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To Start with, this came out before the anime adaptation, and therefore ONLY covers the artwork for the light novel series - up through Volume 8.

The art is split into 3 sections: color (promos and volume covers), character gallery, and monochrome (interior illustrations). Most pictures outside the character section get close to a full page, with many having rough sketch versions and/or artist notes. They also count down, starting at Volume 8 and ending at 1.

The character section has color portraits of all major and many supporting characters, with 2-6 per page, and includes alternate outfits and some concept sketches. It also has key monsters.

After that is a short story and an interview, both awkwardly added in western left-to-right format. You have to skip to what should be the "end" of those sections to start them, but at least the table of contents gives the right page!

All told, a solid work. But whoever arranged it needs some lessons on consistency!