Koji Morimoto Scrapbook - Orange (Japanese) JP Oversized – January 1, 2004
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JP Oversized, January 1, 2004
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Morimoto often collaborated with Nakamura, most notably in Katsuhiro Otomo’s 'The Order to Stop Construction’ segment of the anthology film ‘Neo-Tokyo’. This opened many doors for him, from working as animation director on Otomo’s landmark feature ‘Akira’ and a chance to direct a short for the ‘Robot Carnival’ anthology.
His visual style and color language is unique and really withstand the test of time.
This Art book, is a beautiful collection of paintings and drawings he's done from various projects and freelance assignments.
It's thick, big and well-stocked with art. Almost no text (except for a lengthy interview), just the visuals.
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The product itself is a huge, heavy, vibrant art book with amazing work, fold out pieces and some semi-transluscent pages.
I am delighted with the purchase and the price.
I bought this book as a drawing reference. Morimoto's style, while simple, not only becomes addicting but makes for some of the best understanding of basic character anatomy I've ever had in practice.
I also enjoy how many pages are dedicated to awesomely bizarre buildings and environments. Much of this work reminds me of Tatsuyuki Tanaka.