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    Ok...here's one from me.... I've posted this before to the gallery page on this forum...

    Flying Saucers Attack Teenage Hot Rodders


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    space travel

    some stencils, brushes and steady as she goes........
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    Wow all!! Love all these, so clever and creative!

    Here's mine. Could be a base station with the cosmos above. I'm a little lonely but loving it in this scene:

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    Here's the original photo of mine I used to mess around in & create the above via painting, palette knife and various sticker spray:

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    Thanks for looking

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    The interview...

    Previous paintings of mine in various stages of cropped imagery hopefully producing a little story...Film Noir Maybe? I don't know...that's what I was shooting for!
    Inspired by P. K. Dick, R. Scott and J. Cronenweth.....
    To be continued!
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    To be continued!
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    Wonderful and exciting stuff all around!

    Steve, great use of cropping to be using the graphic novelist's (comic book artist's) visual vocabulary.

    Notice how now that so many movies have sprung from comic books, that cinematographers are employing a lot of those extreme camera angles, thus expanding that story telling visual language.

    Nice experiment. Very successful.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Quote Originally Posted by D Akey;486963 And a bit of editing from me
    Wonderful and exciting stuff all around! Steve...... Nice experiment. Very successful.
    Thanks D Akey for checking these out, kinda thought you'd like the idea.....Take care....

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    Yeah, great stuff Steve. I watched the Theatrical Cut and the Workprint versions of Blade Runner last week and over the weekend so it's always great to see your pictures. I think your paintings and the film are intertwined in my head now

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