Cover art for Marvel's Avenger: Endgame – The Art of Film The hardcover book has surfaced online, highlighting conceptual art that ultimately inspired the blockbuster's final struggle. In it fight Chris Evans Captain America and Chris Hemsworth's still powerful Thor – both with Mjolnir and Stormbreaker – against Josh Brolin's time-traveling Mad Titan Thanos for the fate of the universe. Featuring art by Ryan Meinerding, director of visual development at Marvel Studios, the 376-page book features conceptual art and exclusive behind-the-scenes interviews Avengers: Final, the culmination of 22 interconnected films announcing the end of the Infinity Saga and the first eleven-year chapter of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Meinerding previously identified Captain America's fight with Thanos as one of his favorite pieces he wanted to create while visualizing playoff, In addition to sequences in which Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman) and Okoye (Danai Gurira) join a lonely Captain America fighting with Falcon (Anthony Mackie).
No matter if I've worked on it or not, I think the development of Cap vs. and Okoye is coming through and Falcon is flying in … all this is amazing, "said Meinerding CBM, "Tony's fight … I never knew how they would do that with Tony and Thanos in the end, and it was a stroke of genius when the nanotech suit does a bit of work to get the Infinity Stones – it's all the answer ! "
The 13-year-old studio veteran also praised Kevin Feige, head of Marvel Studios, for highlighting the work of Conceptual artists in his collection of Art of the movie Books.
"You know, it's one of the best parts to work here, Kevin always loved concept art," Meinerding said. "He grew up loving war of stars and Ralph McQuarrie's work, and he came up with the idea of having only one visual development team, which is basically a Concept Art team. "
At Marvel, artists are allowed to "create as many quality and useful pieces as we can, sometimes proving relevant to marketing materials and beyond."
"I am very happy that the" Art of "books are things that have been done and that are out there highlighting the work we are doing and trying to achieve," Meinerding continued. "It's a great place to work and say that I've been working here for a little over thirteen years and made about fifteen films that put it all together in such a big movie event." endgame I was … I do not know if I could have written a script for my career that was more enjoyable and satisfying or more amazing. If I had told my thirteen-year-old I what I would do in a movie, let alone in more than fifteen, sixteen or seventeen films, I would never have believed it. "
Marvel's Avenger: Endgame – The Art of Film Publications November 19th.
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