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Re: Dunkirk Fan Art Thread

Posted: January 6th, 2016, 2:18 pm
by Sysmatic
Pratham wrote:Image
You're being too creative Prath, tone it down.

Re: Dunkirk Fan Art Thread

Posted: January 6th, 2016, 3:06 pm
by Willem
MyCocaine wrote:There is no need to copy paste random WWII images into a poster this far from release, that comes later. I myself made a simple poster since that's how the teaser poster most likely will turn out.
Look at Interstellar's first poster and then mine.

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That's how a first poster is ought to look like. Let's all get creative once we get closer to release.
That doesn't make any sense. It's fanart. We can make any poster we like. Why should we wait to get creative?

BTW I like your poster. There's nothing wrong with it. I just don't get why we can't be creative.

Re: Dunkirk Fan Art Thread

Posted: January 6th, 2016, 3:24 pm
by MyCocaine
willaartwillem wrote:That doesn't make any sense. It's fanart. We can make any poster we like. Why should we wait to get creative?

BTW I like your poster. There's nothing wrong with it. I just don't get why we can't be creative.
Perhaps, I misspoke. It's just that I don't find copying a WWII image onto a poster is very creative.

Re: Dunkirk Fan Art Thread

Posted: January 6th, 2016, 3:57 pm
by Willem
MyCocaine wrote:
willaartwillem wrote:That doesn't make any sense. It's fanart. We can make any poster we like. Why should we wait to get creative?

BTW I like your poster. There's nothing wrong with it. I just don't get why we can't be creative.
Perhaps, I misspoke. It's just that I don't find copying a WWII image onto a poster is very creative.
Yep, you got a point there. But you know, we don't have footage of Dunkirk yet, so we can't use official footage. I just think it's better to edit world war 2 pictures into a poster, than just making posters with no background at all (posters without a background are perfectly fine, but if everyone does that, it gets a little bit boring, I think.)
I really like seeing posters people made with their creativity (with or without background).

Re: Dunkirk Fan Art Thread

Posted: January 6th, 2016, 4:19 pm
by Sysmatic
MyCocaine wrote:There is no need to copy paste random WWII images into a poster this far from release, that comes later. I myself made a simple poster since that's how the teaser poster most likely will turn out.
Look at Interstellar's first poster and then mine.

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Image

That's how a first poster is ought to look like. Let's all get creative once we get closer to release.
That Interstellar image was just the official first title card that was released on the official website I believe (?). The first poster that got released later was based on the title card (logo) though.

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MyCocaine wrote:Perhaps, I misspoke. It's just that I don't find copying a WWII image onto a poster is very creative.
So what? It's pretty much the same with what you did. Except he didn't slap a black background behind his text but a WW2 image.
Let the fans just do what they wanna do, either way it's with good intentions (to hype up the film). Whether it'll be accurate to the final product or not doesn't really matter. It's called fan art for a reason.

Re: Dunkirk Fan Art Thread

Posted: January 6th, 2016, 4:37 pm
by AsianVersionOfET
Pratham wrote:Image
Alright...this is pretty good

Re: Dunkirk Fan Art Thread

Posted: January 6th, 2016, 5:49 pm
by Willem
MyCocaine wrote:Perhaps, I misspoke. It's just that I don't find copying a WWII image onto a poster is very creative.
Sysmatic wrote:So what? It's pretty much the same with what you did. Except he didn't slap a black background behind his text but a WW2 image.
Let the fans just do what they wanna do, either way it's with good intentions (to hype up the film). Whether it'll be accurate to the final product or not doesn't really matter. It's called fan art for a reason.
Exactly.

Re: Dunkirk Fan Art Thread

Posted: February 10th, 2016, 6:29 pm
by Ericmase
misho92 wrote:Image

First poster I ever make. Hope you guys like it... #DynamoIsHere
Is it possible for you to change "A CHRISTOPHER NOLAN FILM" to "A FILM BY CHRISTOPHER NOLAN"? 8-)

Re: Dunkirk Fan Art Thread

Posted: February 15th, 2016, 10:45 pm
by OVERMAN
where is the poster with Roosevelt posing at his desk and the title just lying there.

Re: Dunkirk Fan Art Thread

Posted: March 12th, 2016, 12:34 am
by ChristNolan
500 years on photoshop

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