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eBook "Star Wars" Complete Cross Sections of Spacecraft and Vehicles epub
  • ISBN: 1405318694
  • Author: John Knoll
  • Genre: Children
  • Subcategory: Activities Crafts & Games
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Publishers Ltd (May 3, 2007)
  • Pages: 136 pages
  • ePUB size: 1169 kb
  • FB2 size 1769 kb
  • Formats lit docx lrf mobi


Star Wars: Complete Cross-Sections is Foreword authors: John Knoll, Visual Effects Supervisor at Lucasfilm's .

Star Wars®: Complete Cross-Sections is packed with visual explorations of more than fifty essential Star Wars spacecraft and landcraft, including the TIE bomber, Imperial shuttle, A-wing, B-wing, and more.

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Complete Cross-Sections is packed with visual explorations of more than fifty essential Star Wars spacecraft and landcraft .

Complete Cross-Sections is packed with visual explorations of more than fifty essential Star Wars spacecraft and landcraft, including the TIE bomber, Imperial shuttle, A-wing, B-wing, and more. Full-color cross-section artwork presents in-depth examinations of each craft’s weapon systems, engines, hyperdrives, cockpits, and construction secrets, providing a never-before-seen glimpse at the vehicles that drive the Star Wars universe.

Star Wars: Complete Cross-Sections is a 2007 reference book written by David West Reynolds and Curtis Saxton, with illustrations by Hans Jenssen and Richard Chasemore. It is a compilation of-and in some places, expansion on-the original four cross-section books.

Together with Star Wars: The Visual Dictionary, these books comprise a definitive classic Star Wars reference library. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Categories: Art\Cinema. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.

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Comments: (7)
Kamick
As a die hard fan of Star Wars (not a weird one, trust me) this is a great book. My favorite aspect of the SW universe is the vehicles. I just love the imagination and this book brings all the inner workings to life. it peels back the outer coverings of the most iconic vehicles and shows you what might be under the "hood" if such a vehicle ever really existed. Well, maybe I shouldn't get ahead of myself here, it did happen a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, so maybe the author...well I won't speculate. If you like SW vehicles and you like books, then this is a book for you or the SW collector you might know.
CopamHuk
While no longer officially canon as far as I know, the book gives minute details about the most obtuse things in craft from the movies. It doesn't cover the Clone Wars tv series vehicles. I did find it odd how they went into gross details about the speeder car Anakin drove during his chase of Zam Wesell (as well as a detailed breakdown of her vehicle), but glosses over the Imperial 1 Class Star Destroyer and omits the Super Star Destroyer, Executor completely.
Great book though with loads of nerd facts and minutia. Loved the double page love they gave to the B-Wing and the open gatefolds they gave some of the larger vessels. I highly recommend to any Star Wars fan. The only reason I didn't give it a 5 star review was for its uneven detailing from vehicle to vehicle.
lacki
Take one look at the oversized "cross-sections" books on the shelf at the bookstore, and you're likely to move on. Don't; each huge, intricately-detailed drawing is breathtaking. The Herculean labor required for these works is obvious on each page. Illustrators Hans Jenssen and Richard Chasemore paid their dues for the privilege of working on the project: "We illustrated boring stuff, like plumbing and water pumps..." Jenssen recalled ruefully. The result? You find yourself staring deeper and deeper into the layers of detail on each design. It rewards you with additional insights with each viewing.

By the way, the Cross-Sections books were originally sold separately for Episodes I-III and IV-VI respectively. Buying the Complete Cross-Sections compendium here is a better buy.
Silvermaster
These DK Star Wars Incredible CrossSection books never dissapoint and this one is the same high standards of illustration as the rest of these series of large format illustration artworks.
A must for any die-hard Star Wars or mainstream Sci-Fi fan to collect and marvel at!
The artists and art of these books is just amazing and a really high level of technical illustrative/industrial artistry.
For the technical and technique style artist, these books are "Blow Away!"
elektron
I have loved these cross-section books since even before these came out (seen a cool Star Trek OS cutout of the Enterprise). What you are getting with this volume is every entry in the previous four cross-section books as well as some extras. That's right. Even if you have all four original books you are still not getting everything.

This book adds cross-section entries for the TIE Bomber, TIE Advanced (something only touched on in the original trilogy cross-section), A-Wing Fighter, B-Wing Fighter, and the Imperial Shuttle. That's roughly half the vehicles you would find on a regular cross-section book added to this volume. On top of that you get a forward by both artists/writers talking about the fun they had making the books.

So what does that mean? Well if you have never gotten a Star Wars Incredible Cross-Sections book this is the one to get. You get ALL of the vehicles fromt he previous books plus another 1/2 book's worth of exclusive material. If you don't quite have all of the previous books then I say get this one at the price of a regular book (shouldn't be hard at all). If you don't have the original trilogy book that makes the purchase that much more sweet as that's where the new material is.

If you have the complete collection then you have to make a choice. Do you buy the book, thus get the extra ships and more shelf space? Do you complain to Lucas for the double dipping? Personally I am one of those people with the complete set and figured I didn't need the new book, however I really, really love the B-Wing and relished the idea of having a view of its innards so I got it. I'm pretty pleased with the purchase, and besides I was able to sell my old books to recoup some of what I spent.
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