Anthony Knapik and Emmanuel Lugand of retouching studio The Mouse have created these ace wood characters.
Some more Ultra Cool Digital GIF Animations, this time by Patakk who’s used
Processing, one piece of software I want to master one day, as well as the usual
Modelling, Motion & Image programmes Cinema 4D, After Effects and Photoshop.
Check this brilliant ‘Heroic’ table of elements featuring superheroes and villains from both the Marvel and DC Universe by Illustrator Matt Cowan who recently did a great Superhero ABCs, which you can see on his DeviantArt page. Matt’s seriously done his research on this and tried to use a more scientific approach as to what makes a superhero or super-villain tick, grouping them according to their team affiliations, date of first appearance, type of powers, species and overall power of the character.
He used superherodb.com to calculate overall ‘Heroic’ numbers to describe the value, as well using some artistic licence along the way.
Who shot first Han Solo or Greedo is the age-old debate with Star Wars fans, but at least this glorious poster by Laubi gives Han a ‘License to Kill’
A guy called Tim Anderson has created these brilliant ‘Vintage Style’ Sci-Fi Movie Posters for classic films such as Ridley Scott’s Alien & Blade Runner and also Larry and Andy Wachowski’s The Matrix