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FREE READ º PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB · Terry Pratchett Ole Ron the Igors and there's DeathThe Discworld might have started out in the imagination of its Creator Terry Pratchett but over the past 30 or books it has taken on a life of its ownHere gathered together for the first time is artist Paul Kidby's own voyage through the Disc in glorious color and intricate black and white a cornucopia of characters that have won the hearts of millions of adoring readers the world overHere is The Art of Discworldwerewolves zombies gargoyles dwards – in fact men of the Watch are actually few and far between these da. This is great And not just for the art I mean the art is good and all but it's the text that's of eual or even interestText is split up into plain font and italic font plain written by Terry and italic by Kidby although Kidby's comments are few and far between it's mostly Terry's writing Which makes sense Kidby communicates through the artAaaanyway so Terry gives a great bunch of background info about the development of all the characters and places and his personal influences It's fascinating stuffHighly recommended

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READ The Art of Discworld ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ The Discworld floats through space on the backs of four elephants standing on a giant turtle once there were five elephants but that's another story It's a world bursting with magic a land of contrasts and extremes from the bustling metropolis of Ankh Morpork the oldes The Discworld floats through space on the backs of four elephants standing on a giant turtle once there were five elephants but that's another story It's a world bursting with magic a land of contrasts and extremes from the bustling metropolis of Ankh Morpork the oldest city on the Disc now ruled with an iron hand in a velvet glove by the Patrician Lord Vetinari to the ancient empire of Klatch where there are fifteen words for assassination There's the mysterious continent XXXX or Foureks about which nothing anyone has ever heard is really an exaggera. If you're not a fan of Terry Pratchett or the Discworld series of books this particular edition will probably sail right over your head If you are well it's than just the art of DiscworldIn the beginning Discworld covers were done by Josh Kirby who sadly passed away handing the mantel on to Paul Kidby whose similar yet independent style kept the Discworld spirit alive This book features Kidby's work only with sketches and finished articles alongside some never before seen material that bring Discworld to lifeIt's also narrated by Terry himself with little notations by Kidby but it's Terry's words that make this book than just an art one He gives us insight in to his thinking of the characters we love and gives us a few books and people that have inspired him throughout his writing career to look out for as references ourselves It's the ultimate dip in and out book and the illustrations have so many little things to look for it can overtake your imagination for days on endBlog | Instagram | Twitter | Pinterest | Shop | Etsy

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The Art of DiscworldTion the tiny kingdom of Lancre and the dark country of Uberwald where things do go bump in the nightAnd then there are the inhabitants the witches Granny Weatherwax Nanny Ogg Magrat Garlick now a ueen of course There are wizards galore Archchancellor Mustrum Ridcully the Librarian Rincewind the Bursar there are the History Monks and the ancient Vampyre families There are great heroes like Cohen the Barbarian and his Silver Horde Sam Vimes Captain Carrot and the men of the City Watch and there are the ordinary folk like Cut Me Own Throat Dibbler Foul. Why on EARTH have I not been reading Terry Pratchett's Discworld series all my life The simple commentary by the author and illustrator in this volume alone had me laughing out loud on nearly every page and so Pratchett's actual novels must be brilliant and hilarious Paul Kidby's realistically cartoonish style of drawing and painting must lend itself extremely well to Pratchett's satirical fantasy and my only complaint about the volume is that there wasn't nearly enough of his art in it especially given that both men made mention of many caricatures of characters that were not present