Everyone knows that James Cameron is something of a directorial genius. Plenty of people are aware of his flair for visual effects too. But do you appreciate what a talented artist he is?
New book Tech Noir: The Art of James Cameron raids the personal collection of the man behind The Terminator, Aliens and Avatar, reproducing images from his boyhood sketchbook (plus such delights as a Space Mummy horror comic he drew in the eighth grade), poster art for low-budget movies, and sketches of creations as the Alien Queen and the Power Loader from Aliens. It also includes concept artwork for never-realised projects like his space opera Xenogenesis. All are accompanied by fascinating commentary from the man himself.
Tech Noir: The Art of James Cameron is available to buy now (RRP £54.99), but thanks to Titan Books we have two copies to give away. To put your name in the hat for the chance to win one, simply answer the question below.