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Postby Hellboy on Tue Nov 10, 2015 6:30 pm

One of my favorite films of all time. The print is nice but I'm not a fan of the diamond shaping all over it. I actually prefer the unused concept as well but would need some tweaking before I'd hang it.
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Postby RelaxingDragon on Tue Nov 10, 2015 9:55 pm

It's been a looooong time coming (the art was finished back around April I believe), but it's finally at the home stretch, and well worth the wait. Can't wait to get mine.

Also, I'm glad we went with the landscape one. That vertical concept is neat, but ultimately too messy for me. Really love the parallel diamonds and reflections that ended up in the final.
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Postby SnakeEyes75 on Wed Nov 11, 2015 9:33 am

MoviePosterEmpire wrote:Still should have gone with this concept:
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I'll never understand how the lack of creativity in groupthink wins out over the artist's clear favorite concept.


Yes, I like the on they went with - but this is another level - would he have fleshed out the detail more if they chose this concept?
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Postby 3son on Wed Nov 11, 2015 10:03 am

I agree with some of the folks here that the concept piece would have been the better choice, though it still came out great! Congrats everyone.
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Postby matowest on Wed Nov 11, 2015 10:18 am

SnakeEyes75 wrote: would he have fleshed out the detail more if they chose this concept?

Almost certainly.
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Postby dweebofthedead on Wed Nov 11, 2015 10:25 am

matowest wrote: :clap: :clap:


AaronBKoontz wrote:love. Love. LOVE.
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Postby Dario33 on Wed Nov 11, 2015 10:31 am

Great movie. I remember going to the theater to see it when it came out in 1995. For those curious, it was initially envisioned to be a TV show by Mann and there was a unsuccessful TV movie (LA Takedown). Different actors, smaller budget, but similar plot points. A curiosity if nothing else.

I try to watch Heat every couple years - it does stand the test of time.

But I digress, this poster is pretty damn good. Lucky to those that choose to get in on this commission.
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Postby wmd on Wed Nov 11, 2015 1:37 pm

HERT. One of my ferves!!

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I keeed.
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Postby WhirlWindBoy on Wed Nov 11, 2015 2:36 pm

SnakeEyes75 wrote:
MoviePosterEmpire wrote:Still should have gone with this concept:
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I'll never understand how the lack of creativity in groupthink wins out over the artist's clear favorite concept.


Yes, I like the on they went with - but this is another level - would he have fleshed out the detail more if they chose this concept?


No, we we're told that that was the piece or the other one. It's easy to say the other concept would have been better if it had a couple of more key scenes in it, or some of the negative space used up, but that wasn't the case.
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Postby gigme on Wed Nov 11, 2015 6:30 pm

Am I the only one disappointed that the closing scene where Al is holding De niro's hand as he dies is not part of this storyboard layout?
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Postby luderico on Thu Nov 12, 2015 5:52 am

Really dig the unused concept. But in the upper right corner, the Pacino double/face somthing thing looks weird. So i tried my luck.

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Created with paint ;).
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Postby LastKing on Mon Jun 11, 2018 8:42 pm

Dario33 wrote:Great movie. I remember going to the theater to see it when it came out in 1995. For those curious, it was initially envisioned to be a TV show by Mann and there was a unsuccessful TV movie (LA Takedown). Different actors, smaller budget, but similar plot points. A curiosity if nothing else.

I try to watch Heat every couple years - it does stand the test of time.

But I digress, this poster is pretty damn good. Lucky to those that choose to get in on this commission.


How do people get into these (apologies if this is a really green question)?! I'm trying to search but not coming up with a lot...
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