"The Warriors" is a real peculiarity, a movie about street gang warfare, written and directed as an exercise in mannerism. There's hardly a moment when we believe that the movie's gangs are real or that their members are real people or that they inhabit a real city.
De Niro, as Travis Bickle, fantasizes in front of a mirror. “It was a long scene in the first cut. And everybody was saying, ‘Cut the scene. It goes on forever, Marty,’ ” Schrader recalls. “Fortunately I had the right answer: ‘Why don’t you cut it in half and use it twice?’ ” And so portions of the scene appear at two points in the film.
It’s a surprise that Veronica Cartwright’s character (Lambert) nearly made the great escape–she was the emotionally weakest character of the crew. If only she had moved out of the way as Parker insisted before meeting her grim fate. Lambert’s death is one of the more chilling death sequences, because we all know she won’t make it, but her paralyzed reaction felt like a nightmare where you scream and nothing comes out. Cartwright genuinely appeared petrified on camera; however, her sequence is cut short and wraps quickly…for good reason.
Approximately nineteen years after the formation of the Galactic Empire, the galaxy is in a state of civil war. The Rebel Alliance has won their first major victory by stealing secret plans to the Galactic Empire's secret weapon, the Death Star. Hoping that the stolen plans can save her people and restore freedom to the galaxy, Princess Leia Organa, who is in custody of the stolen plans attempts to race home aboard the Tantive IV. However, her ship is intercepted by the Imperial I-class Star Destroyer Devastator over the desert planet of Tatooine. Obi-Wan, on the other hand, was destined to meet with Darth Vader. After a short duel with his former Padawan, Obi-Wan sacrifices himself, thus becoming one with the force and allowing Luke and the others to escape. Horrified and angered having witnessed Obi-Wan's demise at the hands of Vader, Luke takes his final blasts at the stormtroopers and dashes onto the Millennium Falcon.
'Under the Skin' is an alternately misty, nocturnal and surreal gem with unyielding resolve to woo its art-house-prone audience while maintaining strong vigor of originality in the shopworn aliens-are-walking-among-us diegesis. Check out my Breakdown Concept on Behance Project.
CONCEPT ART ALTERNATIVE MOVIE POSTER INSPIRED BY 'THE AVENGERS' FILM
Detail Comp 'The road' Unused Conceptart Alternative Movie Poster / DIgital Drawing
Concept Art 'Layer Cake' Comp Digital Painting / Wacom Cintiq / 2015
Concept Art #1 'This Boy has no Heart' Final Comp Digital Painting / Wacom Cintiq / 2015
Concept Art #2 'America was born in the Streets' Comp Digital Painting / Wacom Cintiq / 2015
Concept Art Final Comp Rought Digital Painting / Wacom Cintiq 2015
Just wanted to share of my initial sketches as I developed the art concept for my 2 Alternative Movie Posters.
Hope you enjoy it.
Paddington is a young Peruvian bear travels to London in search of a home. Finding himself lost and alone at Paddington Station, he meets the kindly Brown family, who offer him a temporary haven.
Private Commission Giclée and Screen Print ”Dave Matthews Band”
"Behind the Mask" Series 1 is a new horror-themed print series paying tribute to the actors behind some of the genre’s most iconic movie monsters. Check out details of project on Behance. Client: Strange Kids Club
Nebula is a Luphomoid assassin and an adopted daughter of the intergalactic warlord, Thanos. She is also the adopted sister of Gamora. She served as the right-hand woman of Ronan the Accurser during his and Thanos' quest to retrieve the orb.
Concept Art for Official Poster Release Noir Science Fiction WHIPPING BOY "Who has the Biofont" Check out details of Project on Behance. Client: Break Media and New Regency Entertainment
Concept Sketch 'Mr. White' inspired by the character of the TV series Breaking Bad.