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post #5371 of 5797
Yet more Bond.
I feel a bit silly posting these here since they're not up for grabs. I just really want to show them off, so I hope you'll indulge my exhibitionistic side. It's an emotional payoff, displaying my covers here after I've worked on them for days.
Sorry.
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post #5372 of 5797
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Originally Posted by Nissen View Post

Really? I thought you were thinking of the backs where DrrnnHarr used the same gun barrel motif as you. Since everyone is using the same theatrical posters for their Bond customs, it's hard to avoid stepping on someone's toes. I half expect my fronts to show up on someone else's work any day now. It's bound to happen. But the community is small, and stuff like that is frowned upon. We all learn from each other and are inspired by the other's work. (I wouldn't have thought to put the crease smack down the middle of my Spider-man covers if you hadn't already done it on Rocketeer.) Still, there's a fine line between being inspired and just copying.

He stole them lock stock and told me to get over it, and I don't mind you doing things as is you and you are way more talented than me and I think it was a cool addition.
post #5373 of 5797
Heres my first attempt so nothing special. The back is not me at all but from someone else's previous post, however i did some minor alterations to the spine and completely changed the front.


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post #5374 of 5797
Here's my version of The Spy Who Loved Me, and I'm forging ahead with a challenging Dr. No. My client has thrown down the gauntlet with a Dr. No quad poster, so we'll see how I do.
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post #5375 of 5797
These are a recent commission that my client would like me to share. He says he has enjoyed other commissions that have been shared for free, and wants to pass on the good Karma.

He was only interested in replacing his recently aquired standalone covers for Spider-man 1 and 2 (who can blame him?), but opted for a full set for uniformity of packaging. The cover for Spider-man 3 features the extras from the old 2-disc version, so this won't directly replace the covers from the trilogy set.

The concept for these covers were my client's idea, and it was a delight to help him realize his vision. Both he and I are extremely satisfied with the results.
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PM me for copies.
post #5376 of 5797
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Originally Posted by Nissen View Post

These are a recent commission that my client would like me to share. He says he has enjoyed other commissions that have been shared for free, and wants to pass on the good Karma.
He was only interested in replacing his recently aquired standalone covers for Spider-man 1 and 2 (who can blame him?), but opted for a full set for uniformity of packaging. The cover for Spider-man 3 features the extras from the old 2-disc version, so this won't directly replace the covers from the trilogy set.
The concept for these covers were my client's idea, and it was a delight to help him realize his vision. Both he and I are extremely satisfied with the results.
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PM me for copies.

Just replaced the new hideous trilogy covers with these custom ones, they look amazing.

Thank you for making them and thanks to your client for making them available to us. smile.gif
post #5377 of 5797
Dr. No, from the UK poster. Another Quad bites the dust.
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post #5378 of 5797
Love that you are using the poster art, always a classy move.

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The Bond art was always amazing pre Goldeneye
post #5379 of 5797
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Love that you are using the poster art, always a classy move.
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The Bond art was always amazing pre Goldeneye

Mitchell Hooks - one of the great poster/graphic artists. He's still alive and living in New York City...almost 90. I wrote to him sometime back, a real gentleman.

Nice little story on this Bond artwork. The 007 logo was designed by someone else.

http://todaysinspiration.blogspot.com/2008/09/mitchell-hooks-movies-and-beyond.html
post #5380 of 5797
My client's preferred version of From Russia With Love. I think this was a brave choice of poster and I support him fully.
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post #5381 of 5797
Love that poster
post #5382 of 5797
Hello Friends amazing work you people have here congrats! I was wondering if anybody have a step up 3d cover could share with me please???

Also What are the setting do you use to print this ??? Thank you
post #5383 of 5797
Another day, another James Bond cover.

Live And Let Die. My brother and I used to watch this over and over when we were kids. It was a taping off of UK Channel 4 (probably), and the buffers at the commercial breaks all featured this poster. This image's nostalgia factor is HIGH :-) I still have the tape (Betamax!).
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post #5384 of 5797
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Originally Posted by Nissen View Post

Dr. No, from the UK poster. Another Quad bites the dust.
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What a lovely conversion! Bravo!
post #5385 of 5797
Hah! Guess you thought you could have a day off from me posting a James Bond cover. You thought wrong.

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post #5386 of 5797
We picked nearly the exact same posters for nearly all of them!
post #5387 of 5797
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We picked nearly the exact same posters for nearly all of them!

Yup, most do. My client picks the posters, and he wants to stay as close to first-run posters as possible. They are usually what most people remember anyway. It's my task to make them fit on a Blu-ray cover, no small feat in itself, but a thankless job that no one who hasn't done it themselves can appreciate how difficult it is.
post #5388 of 5797
The spider looks great nissen as Usual
post #5389 of 5797
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Originally Posted by Nissen View Post

Yup, most do. My client picks the posters, and he wants to stay as close to first-run posters as possible. They are usually what most people remember anyway. It's my task to make them fit on a Blu-ray cover, no small feat in itself, but a thankless job that no one who hasn't done it themselves can appreciate how difficult it is.

It is a pain in the ass, god alone knows why I decided to pen tool everything!!

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These two were the worst and soooooo much work
post #5390 of 5797
A View To A Kill.

Love Dan Goozee's poster.

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post #5391 of 5797
We didn't use the same poster! :O
post #5392 of 5797
I thought it was time someone posted a Bond cover here so....
Client-requested alternates for A View To A Kill and For Your Eyes Only:
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post #5393 of 5797
Looking for Bond? Look no further:
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GoldenEye, one of the great James Bond films, and I'm even a fan of Eric Serra's controversial score.
post #5394 of 5797
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Originally Posted by Nissen View Post

Looking for Bond? Look no further:
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GoldenEye, one of the great James Bond films, and I'm even a fan of Eric Serra's controversial score.


I Am with you on that, I love his work anyway but it miles better than some of Arnold's work.
Also first Bond movie without an illustrated poster frown.gif ruined my series that did.
post #5395 of 5797
What, no James Bond cover for 24 hours??!!
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"James Bond Will Return in MOONRAKER!"
post #5396 of 5797
anybody remember the Bond cover series created originally for the DVD and some of them have been transferred over to Blu-ray? What ever happened to them?
post #5397 of 5797
If someone could give the x-men movies a shot with their talents i'd much appreciate it, if not thanx anyway.

Dont worry about X men 3 that movie doesnt deserve a beautiful cover

I was thinking these posters



post #5398 of 5797
James Bond takes off in Moonraker.
Another beautiful poster from Dan Goozee. He always does these wonderful exaggerated perspectives, and his likenesses are second to none.
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Next up: Tim Dalton's Living Daylights - with Norway's claim-to-fame title song by a-ha!
post #5399 of 5797
Living daylights has my favorite Bond poster by far, looking forward to seeing it
post #5400 of 5797
Today's Bond.

Living Daylights, using the UK poster this time.
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Coming up: Licence To Kill.
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