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Gary Russell

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{{quote|To me, it starts with the conceptual art, the earliest sketches and drawings done back in 1996/7. Then it goes on through the [[Weta]] stuff, with paintings, maquettes and everything right up to the commencement of filming - and beyond. I deliberately wanted to avoid focussing on the actual finished film itself as [[Brian Sibley]]'s book covered that so well.|Gary Russell, [http://archives.theonering.net/features/newsroom/files/053102_gary.html TheOneRing.net chat].}}
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{{quote|To me, it starts with the conceptual art, the earliest sketches and drawings done back in 1996/7. Then it goes on through the [[Weta Workshop|Weta]] stuff, with paintings, maquettes and everything right up to the commencement of filming - and beyond. I deliberately wanted to avoid focussing on the actual finished film itself as [[Brian Sibley]]'s book covered that so well.|Gary Russell, [http://archives.theonering.net/features/newsroom/files/053102_gary.html TheOneRing.net chat].}}
 
==Bibliography==
 
==Bibliography==
 
* [[2002]]: ''[[The Art of The Fellowship of the Ring]]''
 
* [[2002]]: ''[[The Art of The Fellowship of the Ring]]''

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Gary Russell (September 18, 1963) is a freelance writer and former child actor (of "Famous Five" fame), who has worked as a writer for franchises as Marvel and Dr. Who. He wrote several books relating to Peter Jackson's movies.

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"To me, it starts with the conceptual art, the earliest sketches and drawings done back in 1996/7. Then it goes on through the Weta stuff, with paintings, maquettes and everything right up to the commencement of filming - and beyond. I deliberately wanted to avoid focussing on the actual finished film itself as Brian Sibley's book covered that so well."
― Gary Russell, TheOneRing.net chat.

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