DSG 358: Character: B-Movie Victim or B-Movie Killer
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    DSG 358: Character: B-Movie Victim or B-Movie Killer

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    Woo first to get something up
    Second dsg, wasn't going to do it today, too much uni work, but it sounded interesting

    Tried to combine a semi scary monster with cheap costume, about 1 hour in photoshop.



    Good to see what others come up with :p

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    Oh you beat me to it ApricotSoup.


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    nice entries so far

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    switched to a link - for bandwith

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    B-Movie Killer - Audrey II from Little Shoppe of Horrors



    Around 20 minutes in Photoshop.

    As an aside, in the late 80's I built an animatronic version for a staging of the musical version.

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    http://img28.photobucket.com/albums/...first_aid1.jpg


    hi first post at conceptart
    dsg is big fun i think sometimes its a real challenge because the topics are so different.

    i like the killa plant

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    1,5 hours - Painter Classic and Illustrator/Photoshop fot the text.



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    I'm not overly thrilled with this so I may give it another shot, see if I can make her even mildly attractive next time...



    I love that style, jeroentje.

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    here is my new pic, not much time, only 20 minutes in PS



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    Victim in the spotlight!
    Not sure what a B-Movie is exactly. If this looks off topic feel free to delete.

    jeroentje: Just wow!
    guns1inger: Amazing!



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    Defiantly doing this today!

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    SURFGIMP!

    Is he the victum, or is he the killer?!?!?!

    and yes i know, his legs are too small



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    The evil deranged eye!!!! Beware...he is on the loose just walking around looking at people!!!!....one glance and your girlfriend will be paralyzed with fear!





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    Scooby-Doo-esque corny villian.

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    A webcomic of Apocalyptic proportions.
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    wash with wet red acrylic, then charcoal and white pastel.

    scanned and cleaned up in PS






    related studies (warning, violence!):

    refs used for 1st

    http://members.tripod.com/carlbeu/79e80b80.jpg


    http://members.tripod.com/carlbeu/799202c0.gif

    interesting to see the use of shadows in these to imply a mysterious figure!

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    Lord Twiddlebottom strikes again!

    That cane ain't just for walkin' ya know.



    Man, finally back for a DSG after missing like 15.


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    phew...didn't keep track of the time,but i sure must learn to take my time for every pic i make.you can clearly tell the difference when rushed(previous) and when not(this one).

    hunger-great work.is she victim or killer?
    jeroentje-cool and stylistic.like it very much.

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    Hm... Carniflex has a good point. She's either in a puddle of blood, or that's the background you used to make her look sinister. Excellent work, either way. You're my DSG hero, Hunger!

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    Had fun with this one. Like Jeroentje, I couldn't resist a stab *cough* at those old posters. So corny and so garish - at least my little homage is. (his is much more tasteful *grin*)



    Nice work, everyone!

    It is pitch black. You are likely to be eaten by a grue.

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    A second attempt and definitely inspired by Hunger_Artist's very graphic style, which I love. Totally the opposite of what I'm used to but def fun to try out.

    Lots of good pics today, good ideas too. This one is pretty standard, but I had fun doing it.



    Swan - That's fantastic! Really well done :chug:

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    it's huntin season


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    sorry,,,,but i might be ignorant ,,,cuz i dont know what b-movie or b-killler is.........what is it.....so i can join in on the fun

    I may be fat, but your ugly, and i can diet!
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    i assumed it was bad movie

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    Okay...a serious answer to that question. In the 40's, 50's and 60's, particularly in the US, theatres and drive-ins usually had just a single screen, and afterwards the main movie they would show a second one. The first movie was usually something very good (starring A-list actors) - the second (or "B") movie was usually as cheaply made as cheap can be. These types of movies include the Hammer Horror files (of Christopher Lee fame), any movie by Ed Wood (Plan 9 from Outer Space, for example) and generally any film that was too cheap to be able to afford real actors, special effects, etc. Eventually these campy films (which were usually horror and science-fiction films) developed into their own kind of specialty genre and were known as "B-movies."

    "Kill Bill" is an homage to a certain type of B-movie. So's "Skeleton of Cadavra" (to name some currently playing movies). Without B-movies, there would be no Army of Darkness, no Star Wars, no Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and of course, no Mystery Science Theater 3000.

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    attack of the killer tomatoes

    and noi more posts til next month

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    attack of the killer tomatoes

    and noi more posts til next month

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    beatnik, youre my hero

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    Man! I have the best idea! and the sketch is good!

    But my newly accquired scanner doesn't have Win2K drivers!!!
    ARGH!

    "It Came From My Teenager's Cell Phone Bill!"

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    Sorry. No time today for mine. Have some crits though.

    ApricotSoup - Nice. It would have been so much more dramatic to make the moster struggling with the zipper, hence he's the victim too. Just a thought.
    Iotrez - "A black dress moves in a blue movie." Nice quicky.
    schmu_20mol - To add more depth and life to your scene, you should have had the TV light casting shadows everywhere but the perspective path toward the user.
    guns1inger - Feed me!
    jeroentje - Very nice and soft. Good idea.
    Amerasu - The bricks in the wall are very off. They are not in proper persepctive sizes and look very stretched.
    MindCandyMan - That is just disturbing... hahah. Made me laugh too though. Says alot of my sense of humor.
    Swan - That is too funny. And very well done too. Good one.
    Beatnik - Oh. I would rent that in a second. Very nice.
    ducktape - Have you checked the manufacturer's web site for the drivers? It would be a real shame if a scanner is not supporting an OS that has been around for 4 years. Good luck.

    Til tomorrow...

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