The Art of Warcraft

The Art of Warcraft BradyGames The Art of Warcraft features an inside look at the stunning art from the Warcraft series Art from every stage of game development will be included from early concepts to finished pieces a

  • Title: The Art of Warcraft
  • Author: Jeff Green
  • ISBN: 9780744000818
  • Page: 405
  • Format: Hardcover
  • BradyGames The Art of Warcraft features an inside look at the stunning art from the Warcraft series Art from every stage of game development will be included, from early concepts to finished pieces, along with behind the scenes commentary from the Blizzard development team Enoromous coverage including Warcraft III Reign of Chaos, Warcraft II, and Warcraft, pBradyGames The Art of Warcraft features an inside look at the stunning art from the Warcraft series Art from every stage of game development will be included, from early concepts to finished pieces, along with behind the scenes commentary from the Blizzard development team Enoromous coverage including Warcraft III Reign of Chaos, Warcraft II, and Warcraft, plus an exclusive glimpse at the upcoming World of Warcraft game Anecdotal captions relevant to the story and events of the Warcraft series are also included This timeless reference piece will give countless hours of enjoyment to avid Warcraft gamers everywhere

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  • 252 Comments

  • This is definitely my favorite of the Blizzard artbooks I've looked at so far. The Art of the Burning Crusade's glowing crystals aesthetic is nice, but I started Warcraft with the first game, when it was Orcs and Humans and the battle was over the fate of a single kingdom, and that blood-and-mud aesthetic is my favorite. Even if neither the orcs nor the humans is my favorite part of Warcraft anymore.Nor of this book, though I think that's because most of the art within is from Warcraft III. As s [...]


  • Unearthed this book from my old WarCraft III boxed collector's edition. Fun and interesting look back. Great art. A number of hidden gems that never made it into any of the games.



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