Atomhawk launches Artbook Kickstarter ft. Mortal Kombat X, Avengers: Age of Ultron, and more

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Kick Starters Image The Art of AtomHawk Volume 2

Here’s your chance to fund something that you would ACTUALLY be interested in. No pointless gimmicks, just a request for help on an item that would be gratifying to your eyes. Atomhawk has launched a kickstarter to fund their next art book for artists, art lovers, and possibly, appreciative gamers and movie lovers.

The book will feature concept art from some of Atomhawk’s most prestigious games projects as well as personal contributions from its world-class team of artists and work from the studio’s own creations.

The book will also include illustrated tutorials and professional tips from the Atomhawk team, sharing the secrets behind some of the studio’s greatest work to date.

If you aren’t too familiar with Atomhawk’s work,  Atomhawk is an award-winning digital art and design studio, creating concept art for games and film, including Mortal Kombat X, Guardians of the Galaxy, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Spirit Lords and The Order:1886. From what I’ve seen so far, this book is going to feature some of the most beautiful dramatic pieces I’ve seen in a while.

But don’t take my word for it, see for yourself.

As of 6/3/15 their Kickstarter has racked up $10,263 towards their $23,078 goal.

Here’s the link so you can join the efforts to bring this amazing book to life –>

And of course, based on your contribution there are some very nice added bonuses.  A personalized portrait painted by one of the art team and the chance to create a brief for an Atomhawk artist to paint a bespoke image to be included in the book.

Each Deluxe Edition of the book also comes with exclusive online access to video tutorials sharing the techniques the Atomhawk artists use when creating concept art for clients such as Marvel, Microsoft and Warner Brothers.

What do you think about this book? Comment Below 🙂

Source: GamesPress / Atomhawk

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