Out Of The Forest : The Art Of Paul Bonner Book Review

Posted By yonghow on July 19th, 2015

Out Of The Forest : The Art Of Paul Bonner Book

Out Of The Forest : The Art Of Paul Bonner collects some 150 illustrations by the artist spanning over 25 years with art work from Games Workshop, Mutant Chronicles, Fasa, Riot Minds and Rackham.

I love the very 3 dimensional quality and feel of Paul Bonner’s work ( executed in water color ) and the superb, highly detailed renders of every piece really transport me into distant, fantasy worlds. And I love hulking monsters and dragons with endless rows of sharp teeth, so that’s an additional bonus.

Out Of The Forest : The Art Of Paul Bonner Book
Out Of The Forest : The Art Of Paul Bonner Book
Out Of The Forest : The Art Of Paul Bonner Book
Out Of The Forest : The Art Of Paul Bonner Book
Out Of The Forest : The Art Of Paul Bonner Book
Out Of The Forest : The Art Of Paul Bonner Book
Out Of The Forest : The Art Of Paul Bonner Book
Out Of The Forest : The Art Of Paul Bonner Book
Out Of The Forest : The Art Of Paul Bonner Book
Out Of The Forest : The Art Of Paul Bonner Book
Out Of The Forest : The Art Of Paul Bonner Book
Out Of The Forest : The Art Of Paul Bonner Book
Out Of The Forest : The Art Of Paul Bonner Book
Out Of The Forest : The Art Of Paul Bonner Book
Out Of The Forest : The Art Of Paul Bonner Book
Out Of The Forest : The Art Of Paul Bonner Book
Out Of The Forest : The Art Of Paul Bonner Book
Out Of The Forest : The Art Of Paul Bonner Book
Out Of The Forest : The Art Of Paul Bonner Book

This is an easy recommendation for fans of high quality fantasy art, with a strong focus and monsters and beasts.

“Out Of The Forest : The Art Of Paul Bonner” art book details :

Dimensions – 9.8 x 0.9 x 12.5 inches
Hard cover, 176 pages
Color, in English

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martin

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