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Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive Volume 1 by Yoshitaka AmanoFinal Fantasy Ultimania Archive is an astonishing journey through the creation of the seminal roleplaying epic, officially licensed for the first time ever!
This holy grail of Final Fantasy fandom is packed full of original concept art, process pieces, and notes from the original artists and designers chronicling the creation of these timeless games. Containing a total of over three hundred pages collected in a high-quality hard-cover binding, Final Fantasy Ultimania Archive Volume 1 remains faithful to its original Japanese source material while simultaneously offering unparalleled accessibility for Western readers. No Final Fantasy collection is complete without this beautiful tome of art, lore, and history.
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Amano draws the iconic logo illustrations for every title, and is also responsible for the unique visual style that distinguishes many memorable monsters and characters. Below are the thoughts Amano shared on this broad range of topics. But with the information we do have to work with, I take that and interpret that on my own and try to incorporate that and create an illustration out of it. Of course, main characters are very important. So even if we progress through development, not much of the important aspects would drift or change significantly. But what was memorable at the time was that she was one of the first female main characters in the series, and that kind of stood out on its own. Also at this time, it was just the silhouette that was being drawn; now you get actual faces and lines.
Amano made the logos for all the main games in the series, as well as many of the spin-offs and sequels. His artwork, Big Bang, for Final Fantasy XV was used.
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It depicts various characters from the mythos of Eos. It was made into a 3D animation by Square Enix. - Log In Sign Up.
Amano does not design images directly for animation or comics. Aside from woodcut and copper plate prints, Amano also uses the method of lithography. He typically uses acrylics to color his prints, using an effect resembling watercolor, and many of his works are influenced by ukiyo-e aesthetics. His prints contrast to many modern Japanese designers in that his prints are made with smoother, flowing lines, especially when drawing hair. To this day Amano has drawn most of the main characters of the series. He was also one of several designers for Final Fantasy IX.