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  • Author: Bill Watterson
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    1. JKG on said:

      This book is worth every penny to discover and learn about RT s work, words and process, it s a must have in every artists collections or at least to share among friends, yet I remove two stars for the extremely poor and cheap Ebook layout and presentation have lately disappointed me with, why should Kindle versions of good art books ruin the layout with unnecessary blanks, loose captions and low resolution images Richard Thompson s art deserves a better kindle version, I just hope it ll be revi [...]

    2. Katherine M. Douglas on said:

      It is a lovely book It is also a very informative book so much there on process, thinking, and the requirements of each type of art illustration We have recommended it to high school art classes as a resource because of its depth and the quality of the color plates.On a personal note, the characters from Cul de Sac are integrated into my family s daily take on life as though they are cousins Having memorized all of Richard Thompson s previous books, it was a wonderful surprise to be surprised by [...]

    3. Anna Straight on said:

      With a husband and daughter who speak Cul de Sac ese most often when they don t want me to understand what s going on , it can be easy to forget that Richard Thompson is both Cul de Sac and so much This book is beautiful full of fantastic images and text that help all those who love Richard Thompson s art to see the larger breadth of his style and subject How wonderful to have the Christmas shopping for my husband completed in one easy click.

    4. J. M. Aliano on said:

      Richard Thompson and his work are presented in depth in The Art of Richard Thompson, giving the readers a first row seat to the daily battles in his career as an editorial illustrator and later on against Parkinson s disease The candid interviews and Richards input are incredible, laying bare a lot of the thought process and behind the scenes stuff every artist, specially cartoonists and writers go through It s a very humbling, telling occasion as Bill Watterson and Pete de Seve, among others, p [...]

    5. Jessica Weissman on said:

      Richard Thompson is a genius no doubt of imagination, of writing, and of drawing Now that he can no longer draw, we have this compendium of art and drawings both related to Cul de Sac and not The book is divided into six sections, each one introduced with a conversation between Richard and various other comic art luminaries from Bill Watterson onward These conversations show Thompson in glorious light with self deprecating humor and the same sensibility seen in his work It s easy to see why he i [...]

    6. carol author on said:

      What a talent, and how sad that he didn t live long enough to produce art and cartoons I give this book ten stars

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