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    Is there a scene more classic? I started messing with PS filters and got this.. looks pretty Tarantino, doesn't it?

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    Waah new weird font. The style/rendering reminds me a bit of Kill Bill or Inglorious Basterds, so you sure nailed it

    Anyways, I can't express how much I ADORE Tarantino and his work! His movies just make me so happy for some reason; they're lighthearted, serious, intelligent, stylish and devil may care. So for me this scene was as much an obvious choice as for GSMatt!

    Watched the scene at least three times to find a good pose that caught the dance well, couldn't decide between two so included them both - in the right relative spacing between them hence the image length. Much tracing, not ashamed, the clothes just had too many nice folds for me to say no to. Had it in a blue hue first, looked better like in your image. But I just had to make it "blonde". Inspired by the poster style.

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    Image is a bit small so link to a bigger one here [LINK]

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    Thanks, Nemo! Love your take on the topic. The minimalistic composition creates are really nice contrast with the detailed figures. And the gritty textures works wonderfully too, like dry traditional media.

    Hoorrah for Tarantino and his collection of awesome, timeless classics!


    P.S: I hate the new font... >_> When I opened CA I instantly thought my browser was "zoomed out". Took me a minute to get what was happening. lol

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    Woop font restored, no longer need to feel half blind! Thanks for the input! Finding a style is difficult, why not try them all I guess this thread has become a bit Tarantino-praising, who's going to break the chain? And what director is next?

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    2 very stylish submissions here! Like the kind of print-like quality on GoodSoup's, and the big spacing contrasted with the intense shirt detail on Nemodab's

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