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Latest revision as of 17:09, 19 December 2012

The name Two Towers refers to more than one character, item or concept. For a list of other meanings, see Two Towers (disambiguation).
The Art of The Two Towers
The Art of The Two Towers.jpg
AuthorGary Russell
PublisherHoughton Mifflin
ReleasedApril 15, 2003
FormatHardcover
Pages192
ISBN0618331301

The Art of The Two Towers is a book published by Houghton Mifflin which includes illustrations and photographies showing the design from Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers.

[edit] From the publisher

A companion to The Art of The Fellowship of the Ring, this authoritative and insightful book is packed with more than five hundred full-color images — many exclusive to this volume — and shows the development of the imagery in The Two Towers from concept drawings to wide-screen glory. With illuminating captions telling the story of the images in the words of the artists and designers responsible for the look of the film, including the renowned artists Alan Lee and John Howe, and contributions from Peter Jackson, Richard Taylor, Grant Major, Ngila Dickson, Paul Lasaine, and others, this book is a must for all fans of The Lord of the Rings. In this essential reference to the architecture and costumes of Jackson's onscreen Middle-earth, the stunning large-format art, from sketches to paintings to three-dimensional maquettes and digital art, is lovingly reproduced with lavish production values to create a spectacular keepsake for the film's millions of fans.

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