Book Review: Nuthin' But Mech Volume 2

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More good mechs

It seems the first book Nuthin' But Mech was quite popular hence we have this sequel. From what I can see on the Nuthin' But Mech website, there's even a volume 3 coming up scheduled for 2015.

Nuthin' But Mech Volume 2 features 41 top artists who have contributed some pretty awesome artworks as curated by Lorin Wood. There's a nice variety of styles to check out. For example, James Gurney is included, so imagine his dinosaur inspired mechs. Or check out Eric Joyner's retro old school robots that stands in contrast to all other high tech sci-fi mechs.

There's a good mixture of 2D paintings and 3D models, and a couple of sketches. The 3D models are really detailed, and 2D paintings masterful. Makes me wish there's some sort of tutorial books that teaches us how to create all these stuff.

It's a great book for those who like mechs and robots.

A portion of the proceeds from this book will be donated to Francis Tsai Family. Francis Tsai is an artist and one of the contributors in the book. Unfortunately, he was diagnosed with ALS or Lou Gehrig's disease. This gesture is sign of support for him.

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Nuthin' But Mech Volume 2 is available at Amazon (US | CA | UK | DE | FR | IT | ES | JP | CN) and Book Depository

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