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Read this book and enter a realm where human warriors coexist with giants, monsters and many other mythical creatures both mundane and magical, all battling for survival. Four artists who have Four top gaming artists share their secrets for creating fantasy battle scenes complete with warriors, a fearsome armory of weaponry and a cast of monstrous creatures that wreak havoc!

Four artists who have dared to venture this way before and won reputations as masters of fantasy illustration are here to lead you through this wicked world, sharing their fiercest techniques for creating your vilest imaginings. Take up your pen and brush, and follow through 15 step-by-step character demos as well as 39 mini-demos on rendering fearsome armor, swords and other weaponry. Here's what lies ahead: Quite an unusual group, containing such diverse beings as humans, elves, dwarves, gnomes and brutish, foul-smelling orcs.

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Two arms, two legs and a head Begin your imaginings here with Medusa, Creagal, hateful Lich, nasty trolls and bitter Iraxus. Dragons, gargoyles, ogres, Venusians and Minotaurs. To make your battle scenes believable, this book will arm you with a thorough understanding of line, color, lighting and composition. Then venture forth, if you dare, with strong shapes, fluid lines and an unhinged imagination. Paperback , pages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

To ask other readers questions about Wreaking Havoc , please sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Jul 05, Jeff Lanter rated it liked it Shelves: This book has sat on my shelf for months now because I find it difficult to review. There are many positives about this art book and there are also several negatives for me personally. I will try to make this review as fairly as I can while trying to recommend this book to those who would enjoy it most. First off, this book looks great. It is well-designed and the art inside is all very attractive.

Having four different artists show how they draw fantasy art was a really smart idea and gives you This book has sat on my shelf for months now because I find it difficult to review. Having four different artists show how they draw fantasy art was a really smart idea and gives you a range of styles for inspiration. One of the strengths of this book is that it does make you want to draw some awesome fantasy warriors. I would say that main goal of the book was to show how artists imagine or design fantasy warriors and not specifically how to draw or paint them.

The audio is poor or missing. Video is unrelated to the product. Please fill out the copyright form to register a complaint. Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Another gift for my son. He really liked this one. He loves to draw these type of characters but has some trouble. This really helped him work through some of the rough spots. One person found this helpful. This book is a great drawing book.

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It shows neat ways to draw weapons, armors, shields, and creatures. I'm glad I bought this book. It brought my artistic talent to a whole new level. I purchased this book because I have the book Hellbeasts by the artist James Pavelec. I was thoroughly impressed with the explanations and the artwork in Mr. When I received Wreaking Havoc I was equally as impressed and pleased with this new book.

Pavelec and the 3 other artists did a fantastic job explaining their craft. I was very interested to compare their unique styles and techniques. I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in learning how to create excellent quality fantasy artwork.

I was a bit disappointed after reading the good reviews. I guess I expected more, but the company, Impact, seems to target the very, very inexperiences artists. They really don't give a whole lot of detail and don't emphasize enough on the different types of weapons and armor or the archetypal beings. They don't really emphasize much on anatomy either.

Now the only Impact book series that I would really recommend are the ones with the stock photos in them. Gives a lot of ideas on poses and such which I really struggle on for some reason. I mean, a step-by-step book is not a good teaching tool at all when it comes to art.

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Art is about practice, not tracing or copying. A book that an aspiring artist really needs to get when looking to improve technique or form is an anatomy book. I've found that an anatomy book taught me most because I kept my own style, but improved on it through good references of different body parts such as the arm and chest area. Tips help massively too in those types of books. He really knows how to explain muscles in terminology that everyone can understand and he gives comparison pictures between the old style and new style of comics.

He also gives a lot of references on the different types of major muscles and has a whole section devoted to each.

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Even if you're not a comic book artist, his book is definitely worth a look at if you're more into cartooning types of art styles than realism. I bought this for my year old son: He has not put it down. Full of ideas and amazing imagery.

This book is fantastic. The images in this book are so facinating and bold.

My 12 year old daughter picked this book up a couple weeks ago and has not let it down since. She is an avid young artist and is very good at drawing but this book moved her beyond good to amazing. She has not stopped drawing for weeks now and every day she improves, using the techniqes and styles in this book. The artists that worked to create this masterpiece have got to be some of the most talented and gifted artists I have seen in a long time. But will it come at the expense of his fledgling relationship? The boy next door is now a rock star!

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This really helped him work through some of the rough spots. One person found this helpful. This book is a great drawing book. It shows neat ways to draw weapons, armors, shields, and creatures. I'm glad I bought this book. It brought my artistic talent to a whole new level.

Wreaking Havoc: How to Create Fantasy Warriors and Wicked Weapons

I purchased this book because I have the book Hellbeasts by the artist James Pavelec. I was thoroughly impressed with the explanations and the artwork in Mr.

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When I received Wreaking Havoc I was equally as impressed and pleased with this new book. Pavelec and the 3 other artists did a fantastic job explaining their craft. I was very interested to compare their unique styles and techniques. I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in learning how to create excellent quality fantasy artwork. I was a bit disappointed after reading the good reviews. I guess I expected more, but the company, Impact, seems to target the very, very inexperiences artists. They really don't give a whole lot of detail and don't emphasize enough on the different types of weapons and armor or the archetypal beings.

They don't really emphasize much on anatomy either. Now the only Impact book series that I would really recommend are the ones with the stock photos in them. Gives a lot of ideas on poses and such which I really struggle on for some reason. I mean, a step-by-step book is not a good teaching tool at all when it comes to art.

Art is about practice, not tracing or copying. A book that an aspiring artist really needs to get when looking to improve technique or form is an anatomy book. I've found that an anatomy book taught me most because I kept my own style, but improved on it through good references of different body parts such as the arm and chest area. Tips help massively too in those types of books. He really knows how to explain muscles in terminology that everyone can understand and he gives comparison pictures between the old style and new style of comics.

He also gives a lot of references on the different types of major muscles and has a whole section devoted to each. Even if you're not a comic book artist, his book is definitely worth a look at if you're more into cartooning types of art styles than realism. I bought this for my year old son: