Portfolio – Mark Schultz Art Book Review

Posted By yonghow on June 6th, 2016

Portfolio - Mark Schultz Art Book Review

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Portfolio – The Complete Various Drawings is an art book by American illustrator Mark Schultz, most well known for his self-created and owned comic book series, Xenozoic Tales ( Cadillacs and Dinosaurs ).

This beautiful hard cover volume compiles 275 drawings from the 5 separate volumes of Various Drawings the artist created from the period of 2005 to 2012.

Portfolio - Mark Schultz Art Book Review
Portfolio - Mark Schultz Art Book Review
Portfolio - Mark Schultz Art Book Review
Portfolio - Mark Schultz Art Book Review
Portfolio - Mark Schultz Art Book Review
Portfolio - Mark Schultz Art Book Review
Portfolio - Mark Schultz Art Book Review
Portfolio - Mark Schultz Art Book Review
Portfolio - Mark Schultz Art Book Review
Portfolio - Mark Schultz Art Book Review
Portfolio - Mark Schultz Art Book Review
Portfolio - Mark Schultz Art Book Review
Portfolio - Mark Schultz Art Book Review
Portfolio - Mark Schultz Art Book Review
Portfolio - Mark Schultz Art Book Review
Portfolio - Mark Schultz Art Book Review
Portfolio - Mark Schultz Art Book Review
Portfolio - Mark Schultz Art Book Review
Portfolio - Mark Schultz Art Book Review
Portfolio - Mark Schultz Art Book Review
Portfolio - Mark Schultz Art Book Review

Mark Schultz’s impressive and flawless draftsmanship, reproduced in great detail and quantity in this giant hard cover volume. Highly recommended.

“Portfolio – Mark Schultz Art Book” details :

Dimensions – 11.8 x 1.1 x 12.3 inches
Hard cover, 272 pages
Full color, English


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4 Responses to “Portfolio – Mark Schultz Art Book Review”

DISTRAKT

One of my all time favorites!

martin

fantastic work. you can see that deep love for frazetta, not to mention 19th century illustrators. i even see a bit of frank cho and adam hughes in here.

Graham

I got this recently – it’s a great book. I sometimes cringe at the subject matter (and people always look like they have webbed fingers) but it’s a really comprehensive collection with tons of great art in a fairly unique and impressive style.

Can I add that there’s only 4 days to go for the Kickstarter for Schultz’s deluxe editions of Storms at Sea (will be a larger and slipcase edition) and Carbon 2. I have doubts about whether those editions could add anything as far as the presentation and appreciation of the art goes but some people like to have that special object and may like to know.

yonghow

DISTRAKT – :]

martin – Definitely agree with you on the frazetta/adam hughes nods/influences.

Graham – Thanks for the heads-up on the kickstarter – here’s the link for any interested parties –

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/481703930/art-of-mark-schultz-carbon-2-and-storms-at-sea-del