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Tim Sale: Black And White - Revised And Expanded
Tim Sale discusses his life and work in this comprehensive and lavishly illustrated volume. This new, revised, and expanded edition of the original sold-out and out-of-print Tim Sale: Black and White previously published by Active Images features never-before-seen art from the illustrator of NBC's Heroes!
Hardcover, 271 pages
Published May 1st 2008 by Image Comics
(first published May 21st 2004)
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I only got to know Tim Sale through the paintings he did for Heroes, the TV series. The paintings were cool, so is this book.
This is a thick hardcover book without a dust jacket. There are 272 pages, mostly printed in black and white, with the last few pages devoted to some coloured pieces.
The book is written by Richard Starkings in a question and answer format throughout. It explores the life of Tim Sale, his inspiration, the many projects he has done so far, h ...more
This is a gorgeous volume filled with the black-and-white art (and a few color pieces in the back) of comic artist, Tim Sale. Sales does most of his own inking, so a majority of the pieces in this book are inked. There is a lot of artwork from both DC and Marvel, so fans of both will be satisfied. This is a really sturdy large hardback book that would be great for coffee table display. A must-have for comic art fans.
Interesting format; Written like an interview/conversation between two friends. Tim Sale is one of my favorite artists of all time and one of the creators of one of my favorite books of all time (Spider-Man: Blue). I loved reading about all of his opinions of other creators in the business and also his reflection on the work that he's done. Great read if you're a fan of Tim Sale, comics, or just art in general
Naturally the first thing I have to say is this book is just visually stunning, as it should be. It is Time Sale after all. What was also cool was getting an extended interview type biography of him as a person and artist as well as his frustrations with the industry. It also presented us with his evolution as an artist and his style which to this day maintains two rather distinct styles in my opinion. This book also gives a nice view into the workings of the comic industry from an artists point ...more