Discussion in 'Star Wars: Episode VII - Spoilers Allowed' started by PrincessKenobi, Oct 15, 2013.
That is marvelous! Bravo!
Looks grand, sethy poo.
It makes me weep tears of undying happiness.
Ooh that one's good as well!
That one is awesome!! I LOVE that it's not symmetrical with the colors of the sabers.
I like it, my only complaint is I wish we could see a bit of their hands in the shadows holding the lightsaber hilts
This is pretty cool. I am not sure why I am offering constructive feedback, since you are the competition, but I think if you added very slight variations in the tilt of the lightsaber blades it would add a little extra asymmetry and boost the realism up a couple notches. Very nice!
I like that the colors have a pattern too.
Thanks all! Regarding the hands, I did try it when I was making the poster and it just didn't look good. The hood is a separate element from the hands, so the unseen arms create a strange disconnect... if that makes sense. Also, I had to pull several different hands for each person and they just didn't look good together. So off with their hands!
As for the tilted sabers, I did try that as well, but in the end I went with symmetry as I thought it looked more attractive. I figured much like the prequel teaser posters, there is a less realistic and more "ideal" imaginative look that LFL went with.
I am fond of that one. It is cinema quality in that from a distance all that would be read are the 7 bars, but the closer one gets to it, the clearer the entire concept comes into focus.
Cool. I dig it. And I agree with A Chorus of Disapproval that it works on a large scale, reeling you in, and then dishes on the specifics, which is what a teaser poster should do. Nice!
*poof* you're a teaster poster.
(can't believe no one's posted that yet)
I'm going to tease some posters on here.
This is easily the best I have seen. What about if one of the lightsabres was red?
^ Oooh, perhaps somewhere in the back!
My submission, inspired by
@Beezer 's post in the Casting Thread
Thank you for this! I couldn't stop laughing! It's fantastic.
Always glad to lighten up the mood
@Darth_Harmon - Excellent work! Others have said it, but I too love that they colors aren't symetrical. I also really like the subtleness of the hoods.
@The Hellhammer - I needed that laugh! I don't know which is my favorite part, screen play by no one else, based on story by, or the Crayola in the corner. I loved it all though!
"Benedict "Fangirl Fanfic Fetish" Cumberbatch"..."screenplay by Lawrence Kasdan (and no one else, honest)"..."Crayola"...
Genius But wait, who is this "Insane Fan Forum" you speak of?
Yes that wins the internets for a week.