Japanese artist Skulltoys has created “Skull Wars,” a two-piece series featuring Boba Fett and a Stormtrooper from Star Wars as ornately inked, skull-like figures. Both pieces were featured in the Rising Tide 2 exhibit at the Rotofugi Gallery in Chicago that ran from December 2011 to January 2012.
They still draw their movie posters by hand with some inks and water color in India . I wonder how many copies do they have to draw for one movie .
Hong Kong photographer Chowkarhoo create a banal life of Super-Heroes in the streets of Hong Kong photograph series. Wolverine working in a butcher cutting meat with his claws, Spiderman is a packer and Wonder Woman made her jogging down her house, Green Hornet collecting garbage on the beach …
Locking up your character in a frame, making it all without moving your character out of focus, showing the desperation of a moment, that people understand the intent of what happens inside the head of your subject.
That’s a resource that New Yorker director Spike Lee passed in each of his films where his technique by placing the character on a cart called dolly , which moves the rails and make your story have a dramatically tense moment. Here are some of those shots that has made through his prolific career.