Robots by Andy Parker
  

Synopsis

Robots by Andy Parker

Collect samples from the crater of a red-hot volcano using a robotic investigator. Guide a landing rover across the surface of Mars, and search for lifeforms. Ride with medical nanobots through the human body, and observe a sunken shipwreck through the cameras of an ROV (remotely operated vehicle). Use the whizz-kid guide to find out what's what in every scene.

About the Author

Andy Parker was born in 1967 in Woking, Surrey and has been drawing almost non stop since he could hold a crayon. After attending college in the mid eighties he worked as a graphic designer, but by the early nineties his love of drawing and a growing interest in computer graphics took over and he decided to embark on a freelance career in illustration. He became one of the first illustrators in the UK to 'go digital' and since then has enjoyed great success producing illustrations for children's books, magazines, advertising, games and publishing in general. He now lives in Hampshire with his long-suffering wife, son, cat, dogs, chickens and goldfish

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
8 pages

Author

Andy Parker
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Publisher

Kingfisher Books Ltd an imprint of Pan Macmillan

Publication date

19th July 2010

ISBN

9780753430088


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