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eBook Steve Rude: Artist in Motion Deluxe ePub

by Steve and John Fleskes Rude

  • ISBN: 1933865075
  • Subcategory: No category
  • Author: Steve and John Fleskes Rude
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Flesk Publications; Limited edition (2007)
  • Pages: 208
  • ePub book: 1615 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1164 kb
  • Other: lit txt lit lrf
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 977

Description

Each copy is numbered, signed, and with a slipcase. 208 pages, 9"x12", full color.

The book explores Rude's versatility in several subjects and mediums. Artist in Motion shows Rude's artistic processes in its entirety

The book explores Rude's versatility in several subjects and mediums. Chapters cover his comics and illustration work, private commissions, animation material, life-drawings, and an elaborate sketchbook section. Artist in Motion shows Rude's artistic processes in its entirety. It will serve as both an art book and an inspirational guide for aspiring students. Rude explains his techniques for the layman to better understand this contemporary master's artistic processes.

For over two decades, Steve Rude has galvanized the art world as a comic magazine artist and illustrator. The book explores Rude's versatility in several subjects and mediums.

Steve Rude is an incredibly versatile artist, and it shows in this book. There are over 300 illustrations and more than three dozen photos in this book. It's also one of the better art-book/biography book. The text is really in depth and gives a clear understanding of Steve Rude's life, and career. The book leads off with an introduction by Mike Baron who talks about how they met and their working relationship. Then there are 14 pages of interviews with the Dude himself.

Each copy is numbered and signed. Numerous finished paintings are accompanied by preliminary work, such as sketches, color roughs, and use of reference materials.

Steve Rude (born December 31, 1956) is an American comics artist. He is best known as the co-creator of Nexus. Steve Rude was born on December 31, 1956 in Madison, Wisconsin. He attended the Milwaukee School of Art and Design, the University of Wisconsin–Madison, and the Madison Area Technical College. In 1981, Rude and writer Mike Baron created Nexus, an independent science fiction comic book with a large supporting cast

When I first received a copy of Steve Rude Artist in Motion, I knew I had scored big. John Fleskes was this books co-author and publisher, which had everything to do with this success.

When I first received a copy of Steve Rude Artist in Motion, I knew I had scored big. There was discussion with another publisher at one point, and had I the misfortune of going through with them, it would've been a shameless disaster. When John stepped up to the plate, I knew it would be done right. At 208 pages, this book contains my every thought on the subject of drawing, painting, and doing comics

By Steve Rude and John Fleskes.

By Steve Rude and John Fleskes. Hardcover (Slipcase), 9-in. 208 pages, PC/PB&W.

Steve Rude is raising funds for 2014 Steve Rude the Dude Sketchbook on Kickstarter! .

For over two decades, Steve Rude has galvanized the art world as a comic magazine artist and illustrator. Now, Flesk Publications proudly releases this oversized color collection detailing Rude's distinguished career. This deluxe hardbound edition is limited to 1000 copies with slipcase. Exclusive to this edition is a bound in plate reproducing a new painting done especially for this book. Each copy is numbered and signed. The book explores Rude's versatility in several subjects and mediums. Chapters cover his comics and illustration work, private commissions, animation material, life-drawings, and an elaborate sketchbook section. Numerous finished paintings are accompanied by preliminary work, such as sketches, color roughs, and use of reference materials. In addition, there is a "how-to" segment, which shows a painting project from start to finish. Almost all of the works are scanned directly from the original artwork. Many are published for the first time. Artist in Motion shows Rude's artistic processes in its entirety. It will serve as both an art book and an inspirational guide for aspiring students. Rude explains his techniques for the layman to better understand this contemporary master's artistic processes. He also provides comments on many of the projects, providing insight into each. A biography and exclusive interviews delve into Rude's philosophy and approach to art. Rude's diversity with different mediums are showcased, as demonstrated with oils, watercolor, gouache, cel vinyl, pastel, charcoal, pencil, and pen and ink. All are explained through clear dialogue and useful examples. Fans of Rude's comic work, art students, and admirers of exemplary illustration will all find this book unique and intriguing.