Friday, September 7, 2012

The Star Wars Universe Conquers The Movie!


STAR WARS / ANATOMY OF A MURDER POSTER

STAR WARS / ATTACK OF THE 50 FT. WOMAN POSTER

STAR WARS / A HARD DAYS NIGHT POSTER

STAR WARS / BEACH PARTY POSTER

STAR WARS / BIKINI BEACH POSTER

STAR WARS / BLACK DYNAMITE POSTER

STAR WARS / BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S POSTER
STAR WARS / BULLITT POSTER

STAR WARS / CASABLANCA POSTER

STAR WARS / CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON POSTER

STAR WARS / FRANKENSTEIN CREATED WOMAN POSTER
STAR WARS / GONE WITH THE WIND POSTER

STAR WARS / JAWS POSTER

STAR WARS / KILL BILL POSTER

STAR WARS / KING KONG POSTER

STAR WARS / LAWRENCE OF ARABIA POSTER

STAR WARS / MAGNUM FORCE POSTER

STAR WARS / METROPOLIS POSTER

STAR WARS / PHANTOM OF THE OPERA POSTER

STAR WARS / PULP FICTION POSTER

STAR WARS / REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE POSTER

STAR WARS / REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE POSTER

STAR WARS / SCARFACE POSTER

STAR WARS / THEM POSTER

STAR WARS / THE BLOB POSTER

STAR WARS / WEST WORLD POSTER
STAR WARS / DARBY O'GILL AND THE LITTLE PEOPLE POSTER

STAR WARS / HOT CAR GIRL POSTER

STAR WARS / SHAFT POSTER

STAR WARS / SHAFT'S BIG SCORE POSTER

STAR WARS / THE REBEL SET POSTER

This is a project I did to learn more about Photoshop, so I picked a subject and some rules. Of coarse the subject is STAR WARS and the rules are:

1: Use only found image off the internet.
2: Insert Star Wars into movie posters.
3: As with any project, have fun.

Also you may have noticed the actors name in the credits and not the characters they play. The reason for this is this: I wanted it to look like every film is made in the Star Wars universe and the actors are the characters they play in Star Wars but retain there name . Confused?, Example- In "Magnum Force" Harrison Ford plays the character "Dirty Harry" as Han Solo in a Star Wars universe. The only ones I did not do this with is "Rebel Without a Cause" where I just made Luke Skywalker into James Dean.

So basically it is cutting and pasting images together in Photoshop, the real change is matching colour and texture to the poster and using Photoshop tools to smooth out the rough spot (glows, highlights, etc..). Sometimes this was difficult when you find a image you can use and the quality is poor and the size is small, but that is kind of the point of the project is improving my skills.

Enjoy!

3 comments:

Dave 'Diamond' Merritt said...

Wow Phil these are awesome!

Phil Postma said...

thanks man!

BoffoYuxDudes said...

Awesome is true. Great job with this.