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blanc et noir: Takeshi Obata Illustrations Hardcover – May 3, A limited edition release of Takeshi Obata’s high-end full-color artbook that contains his illustrations from Death Note. Collects bestselling artist Takeshi Obata’s work from , which contains. Takeshi Obata was born in in Niigata, Japan, and first achieved international recognition as the artist of the wildly popular SHONEN JUMP title Hikaru no Go, which won the Tezuka Osamu Cultural Prize: Books By Takeshi Obata. Dive into The Art of Takeshi Obata, is a Japanese manga artist that usually.

Takeshi Obata Art Book

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小畑健画集「blanc et noir」 is a large hardcover book, about 18 inches diagonal. It comes with a slipcase, which houses three prints and a. Takeshi Obata's illustrations from get the deluxe treatment in this gorgeous artbook. A collection of best-selling artist Takeshi Obata's work from –, which This incredibly special art book is being offered as a limited edition print run of.

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On top of the foldout pages and full pages this book also contains an interview with Obata and breaks down his approach to a page in four steps. Fine, you have my attention.

The laminated posters are thick and quite sturdy. The cover of the book itself has a raised logo and raised text on its spine. Viz went all out with the materials of this book—just touching it reminds you of that.

The commentary pages are fantastic. The images within are gorgeous of course and this is a nice sized book that would go well on a larger coffee table.

The artist commentary near the back of the book is incredibly interesting for artists and manga enthusiasts alike. Obata not only details how long each step in creating a page takes, but also the pencils and markers he used to make it. The four steps start with the process of making a rough draft, then move on to inking, coloring figures and finally coloring the background.

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Obata details what inspires him, fears that run through his head during each step, and how he and his team function. To draw one page Obata estimates it takes 46 hours! Something went wrong. Please try your request again later. Shinsei "New Hope" award and the Shogakukan Manga award.

Takeshi obata art book

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Popularity Popularity Featured Price: Low to High Price: High to Low Avg. Death Note Black Edition, Vol. Mass Market Paperback. Takeshi Obata Illustrations May 3, Death Note, Tome 1: Jan 18, Only 5 left in stock - order soon.

Death Note 06 by Tsugumi Ohba Jan 1, Only 3 left in stock - order soon. Death Note, Tome Oct 2, Tankobon Softcover.

Only 1 left in stock - order soon. Death Note, Tome 7: Dec 7, Death Note.

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Black edition Jan 18, Justin digs in. It's pricey, but if you're a collector this is a book you absolutely want to own.

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Black edition Jan 18, Nick Creamer has the details. Fine, you have my attention.

The two are side-by-side in the book, which makes it easy to compare and contrast the two women: the one in black with her eyes slightly closed, her mouth partially open, and her gaze directly at the viewer, while the woman in white has her mouth almost pursed, her one eye staring into the distance, and her figure totally obscured by her corset-like top. Lots of fold out images and a nice selection of prints to use as the cover or frame.

Mass Market Paperback. Takeshi Obata is a Japanese manga artist that usually works as the illustrator in collaboration with a writer.