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Dawn: The Worlds of Final Fantasy is an artbook published on May 20th, 2009, in North America by Dark Horse. It is a compilation of the original concept sketches by Yoshitaka Amano from the first four Final Fantasy games. The book marked the first time outside Japan when Amano and Square Enix have permitted the games' design artwork to be published. Dawn: The Worlds of Final Fantasy includes Amano's paintings, detailed line art, and preliminary sketches. The book is 116 pages, hardcover, and written in English.
The book contains artwork of the games' characters, monsters, and summons, along with a few landscape images, complete with fold-out pages that unfold into larger illustrations. Most of the artwork in the book is done by pencil and watercolor.