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How To Draw Sci-Fi Supersize by Ben Dunn
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How To Draw Sci-Fi Supersize

by Ben Dunn

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0984337563, Paperback)

Do you dream building a new future on the farthest-spanning reaches of your imagination, but feel like your art skills are somewhere in a black hole? Do your flying objects come out unidentified by accident? Do your new life and new civilizations seem more like old hat? Accept this mission, and let it take you to the final frontier of sci-fi art! Our intrepid captains of comicdom guide you through the furthest reaches of the possible, from spaceships and ray guns to alien life, other planets, strange stars and galaxies! Learn enough, and your art will go where no one's has gone before!

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:19:06 -0400)

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