Her brief descent onto the earth complete, she took flight to the heavens, never again to set foot on earthen soil but to sail between the silver stars for eternities to come. ------------ Never drawn an Alicorn before, might as well make it a first huh? had a random inspiration for it too.
Freehand design, took about 2 hours alternating between a 0.3 marker and a 0.7 pilot gel pen. Touched up slightly in Photoshop.
Alright, so here's my entry for 's Movie Poster Contest. It is, in case anyone hasn't guessed, a what-if poster for a film version of Susan Kay's ' Phantom'. The picture part (with Erik and Christine) was done in acrylics and pastels on Bristol board, and then I used PaintShop to add all the postery-stuff. The title, including the drawings of the rose and nightingale, were also done in PaintShop. Rather than trying to cast real actors in the movie, I've listed everyone as playing themselves. The producers/editors/casting people are all made up. The only 'real' people listed in that credit block are Susan Kay, and the composers. I also made up the various film studios and their associated logos, so don't steal them 'cause they're mine. (Except for the rating and the Dolby Digital logo, though. Those belong to Dolby and the MPAA.) I hope you all like how it turned out!
Acrylic and pastels on Bristol board, with added PaintShop Pro text/logos/etc
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(thanks to ~Baz135 for the names 'Marc Zilani' and 'Jackalope FX' )
These are Phantom of the Opera shoes I made by request for my friend Brooke. They were so fun to make! The words on the back say, "You alone can make my song take flight- help me make the music of the night." Lyrics from "The Music of the Night."
Characters (c) Gaston Leroux Didn't know whether to attribute this to the author or director...