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Laserschwert wrote:I took the liberty to take on the Neverhood poster (just a quick clean-up though).
Dude, it's not a liberty, it's a gift when you help out:P I'm still working on Broken Sword 2, so this will gie me more time to work on that. Thank you:)

ps. how come the file size is so small?

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Jonatan wrote:ps. how come the file size is so small?
That surprised me as well... looks like the colored areas are flat enough to compress well.

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Sooo... since "The Dig" was one of the first posters I've tackled for my project, I think it's time to at last make a decent version of it. So, it's in the works:

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The version with the four astronauts was actually easier to do, since the fourth guy (or was it a girl?) helped me cover up the LucasArts-logo on the cover. I still have to find a bit of material to paint the logo out of the three-astronaut-version.

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Soooo nice:)

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Laserschwert wrote:the fourth guy (or was it a girl?
Toshi Olema would have been male. Looks nice! :)

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I've added four new posters to the opening post:

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Enjoy!

(Oh, and thanks to Petr for his great scans!)
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Fanfreakn' tastic!! I've been longing for that Loom poster:D thank you, thank you, thank you!

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Wow!
Im just in the process of mirroring them. Does this Dig poster supersede the previous one?

Also what was the source image of the Loom artwork? It seems so much more detailled than any of the others.
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sanguinehearts wrote:Does this Dig poster supersede the previous one?
By far!

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Wow! The new DIG posters are amazing.
Thanks for the great work.

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Excellent work Laserschwert!

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Post by Laserschwert »

Coming soonish:

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It's made from a magazine ad... can anybody decypher the signature?

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Chomey? Chorney? I've googled, but found nothing... any guesses?

EDIT:
We've found him: http://www.stevenchorney.com/
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Post by Freddo »

The new The Dig poster is awesome :) Love the DOTT SW poster too 8)

Bit off topic, but if someone knew where to get a good poster of this, I would be very grateful for information.

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Aah wow, I saw that magazine scan a few years ago though I think it was in Spanish....

Thanks once again for all your efforts!!

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Steven Chorney is great. I didn't know he did a The Dig poster, though. I love those proper, painted covers and posters. It's a shame that often great paintings made for movies get substituted with digital images. Drew Struzan did some amazing work on Hellboy posters, but I haven't seen any of them, neither at the movies nor on DVD covers. Same with The Mist. Anyhoo - It's great to know that another The Dig poster will join the bunch.

P.S. - Any progress on the Gobliins artwork? I know that Lucas Arts posters have higher priority, but I'm just curious. No pressure. Hehe.

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