Robotech art 3: the sentinels by Carl Macek
By Carl Macek
Carl Macek, the guy who introduced the ROBOTECH phenomenon to the U.S., tells the tale of THE SENTINELS, the tv sequence that was once to take over the place ROBOTECH left off. here's not just the tale of what occurred to the sequence, yet a wealth of technical info and a behind-the-scenes examine how lively sequence are produced. it's a must-read e-book for someone attracted to animation in addition to for enthusiasts of the ROBOTECH sequence.
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