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Avatar The Last Airbender Painting: Animated Series
Avatar The Last Airbender Painting – Firstly, the Art of the Animated Series is an art book based on the animated series Avatar: The Last Airbender. However, the book includes concept art, design work, and behind-the-scenes commentary from series founders Michael Dante de Martino and Brian Konetzko, along with other production artwork.
So, the book was launch in comic book stores on May 19, 2010, and in general bookstores on June 2, 2010. And, it consists of 184 pages, divided into five chapters, which have never been made public. First
The second edition of the art book was available on November 25, 2020, in standard and deluxe editions, including a new cover by Brian Konetzko and eight pages of new material. And, an updated foreword by Jane Luen Yang. Therefore, the Deluxe Edition includes a designed case, an artistic lithograph, a gold front cover, and a ribbon marker.
Avatar The Last Airbender Painting: Chapters
In this book’s content, a total of five-chapter. However, the first edition includes The Last Airbender director M. Night Shyamalan (page six).
And, in the second edition, Gene Luen Yang wrote the foreword of the first five Avatar graphic novel trilogies.
And, also the book includes Avatar creators Bryan Konietzko and Michael Dante DiMartino (page seven). Finally, the last page contains a conclusion, which the creators again write.
Avatar The Last Airbender Painting Chapter One:
Avatar The Last Airbender Painting early stages of development were different from the series created. Finally, however, the two creators, Bryan Konietzko and Michael Dante DiMartino, exchanged ideas on making an animated series and made incredible progress with their dream of making a television show and began a journey that would lead to a friendship for life.
Meanwhile, as soon as the series had progressed to the point where Aang would be a child frozen in an iceberg for a hundred years. And, the last hope of world peace was the charm of Katara and Sokka developing. Although their designs were still different, Bryan and Mike knew that Katara and Sokka would become an essential part of the show.
Avatar The Last Airbender Painting. After that, Nickelodeon accept the pilot and series, Bryan and Mike began recruiting a larger team to make the series. Therefore, after finding a studio in South Korea, the group start work on the two-episode season premiere.
Nickelodeon initially only planned thirteen episodes, so “The Blue Spirit” was the last. However, Nickelodeon’s reaction to the thirteen episodes made was very positive. And, they let the show go on and on.
Chapter Three: Earth
Avatar The Last Airbender Painting in this chapter shows several of these images and the art from the series inspired by each one. But, we can get the influences of these images to remain got.
However, throughout the Earth Kingdom; the Great Wall may directly related to the Outer Wall of Ba Sing Se
Chapter Four: Fire
Avatar The Last Airbender Painting fourth chapter details how the third and final series unfolded, beginning with the introduction of new characters, such as Combustion Man and Hama, and the inspiration behind the unique landscape of the Fire Nation. However, this chapter features many sketches. And, background drawings of Piandao Castle, Western Air Temple, Wulong Forest, Sozin’s Comet, and the sunset over Iroh’s tea shop.
Chapter Five: Ancillary painting
Avatar The Last Airbender Painting final chapter features several additional artworks, such as the promotional poster designs.
The DVD, and the volume covers. And, also featured are a birthday card, drawn by DiMartino for a girl who “wanted him to bring Aang to life,” and various cartoons by other storyboard artists.