Terminator Genisys: Resetting the Future
The machines have risen yet again, giving you another chance to view art and imagery from the Terminator sandbox
Author David S Cohen he rights to all forms of the unstoppable killer robot franchise have been bought up by brother and sister duo David Ellison and Dana Goldberg, AKA Skydance Productions, making this behind-thescenes book their story.
Judged solely as an art book, we can’t recommend this – but then, besides the unmistakable Arnie factor, the Terminator franchise has never really stood out visually from the multitude of other post-apocalyptic
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Available Now sci-fi franchises in cinema and gaming. Turning these pages, you’re greeted by brushed metal grey and dark blue layout, with designs for killing machinery and futuristic mech suits that could have come straight out of most generic shooters.
With storyboards and rough sketches used more as decoration to the text than standalone facsimiles to study, this is not an in-depth book by any stretch of the imagination. Yet the narrative skips along, and digital artists will be diverted by the investigation into how the effects team pitted the real Schwarzenegger against his younger self, among a host of complex set pieces. Still, a more holistic guide to the franchise would be money better spent than this Making of… book.
Concept art depicting Spider Tanks hunting down humans in the ruins of post-Judgment Day America.