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Offerings Hardcover – December 31, 2001
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Top Customer Reviews
The art in this collection is more mature and refined in comparison with Brom's Darkwerks collection, but is lacking in quantity and the spontaniety of his card art.
He is one of the few artists who rarely uses reference material whilst painting. This approach is evident due to the fact that a lot of the figures have comic-book figure proportions -- which is admirable in this day in age where painters trace from photos.
Verdict: Buy Brom's Darkwerks first, buy this after.
Reviewed by Harrison Chua
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book just proves that Brom's work is that of a hack with a leather fetish. He was cool when I was a kid, but now everything he does looks like detailed paper dolls.Published on July 2, 2012 by C. Atkinson
Super fun to look at, but I think it has more of his older stuff. I still love it thoughPublished on September 17, 2010 by Hysteria
What a dark pit it was that spewed forth Brom, and how incredibly lucky we are that it did. The devilish visions swirling smoke covered on these pages are frightening, wonderful. Read morePublished on January 12, 2009 by Edward A. Schatz