My friend got this for my for my birthday and this is everything Fangamer says it is. It was really exciting to see the early art for my favorite characters, and the book itself is really high quality, too. Overall, it's a really great book for any UNDERTALE fan looking to know more about the art or boss fights.
This book gives an amazing insight into the games art and characters, how they were originally designed and the way each design transformed over time into the characters seen in the game toady, amazing quality and it even came with some extras! perfect buy
its so good a great read and love to look what was going be in the game i love it and read regularly but on some pages the background behind the characters are glitchy
this book is really cool, it has a lot of detail,s about the making the game but not much concept art, kinda, all of it was like the evolution of the making of the characters, but there were like 2 really good concept arts made bye Temmie Chang. (Also the dog page was glitched, but irdc)
The annoying dog page is actually intended to look that way: it's an autostereogram, as a little easter egg.
I loved seeing the breakdown of the artwork behind the game and the backstories of how the characters came to life. It's definitely worth the price if you're curious about the development of the game. The gold annoying dog engraved on the back is a great touch. The inside pages are like a matte photo material with minimal gloss and great vibrant colors. The material for the cover however could have been chosen differently as the cover gets dirtied up by fingerprints very easily and collects debris and dust like velvet and is not easy to clean, but the texture makes it easy to hold onto vs most glossy book covers.
"Every video game has concept art... UNDERTALE is no exception..."
The art book features 228 full-color pages showing UNDERTALE from the very first concept sketches to the end of development.
- Art from Toby Fox, Temmie Chang, Gigi D.G., and more
- Commentary from Toby Fox on the design and development process
- Gold debossed Annoying Dog on the back