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PostPosted: Mon Feb 25, 2008 12:01 pm 
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Chernobog yours is the best over all, it's just missing one thing Esmerelda


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SwordInTheStone777 wrote:
Chernobog yours is the best over all, it's just missing one thing Esmerelda


Not sure if it is Esmerelda but look closely at the fire


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yamiiguy wrote:
SwordInTheStone777 wrote:
Chernobog yours is the best over all, it's just missing one thing Esmerelda


Not sure if it is Esmerelda but look closely at the fire


You know, given where in the movie this scene occurs, I think that is supposed to be Esmerelda.


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Another one:

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About your questuions about cover-making, well, I don't know what to say...

First of all, I take a look at the official covers, compositions, colors, etc, and try to do it in that same way. There is the problem that you have to take preexistent material for working, such as movie posters, past VHS and DVD editions, promotional material, etc.

It's not more than a composition work with the images I think it would fix in the cover and put it together digitally with Adobe Photoshop. I work with macromedia Freehand too, in terms of tipography and graphic elements.

I'm illustrator and graphic designer, and I was thinking of drawing my own Little Mermaid cover, you know, try to draw the characters in the same way they appear in the movie, not totally off-model as usual in DVD covers.

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WOW!! :o
chernobog ur covers are amazing they're the best you are so talented
disney should definetly hire you!


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I actually like the Hercules one better than The Hunchback of Notre Dame one. Wow. Disney needs to hire you, but I bet all the people who do their covers get set rules and they just draw them.


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Glad to see this up and active again! Chernobog, I really like your artwork!


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OMG! Chernobog, you are a professional making DVD covers! Great job!


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Cherny, your Disney DVD cover pics rock. How'd ya do them? Are you a magican?

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Your cover art is lovely Chernobog, I'm glad someone though of Hercules.

Thank You Disney Duster, I'm glad you liked it.
I really think we should have 2 different covers when platinum editions get released, one of them should be mysterious and sophisticated (attractive to adults), the other should be more colorful and fun-looking (attracts younger audience) . This is the same type of propaganda Disney used to advertise their films, like when Beauty and the Beast got released back in 1991.


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What program do you use Chernabog? We all wish to know your secrets.

In the meantime here's my first PE cover in centuries. (So far Ive done Aristocats, Bambi, Lion King, Oliver & Company, Brother Bear

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Chernabog
could you do a little mermaid one??
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toonaspie, I can tell you used Paint, it's terribly hard to use (that's why I don't make covers anymore lol) but with some cleaning up, that could be a really good cover art.


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UmbrellaFish wrote:
toonaspie, I can tell you used Paint, it's terribly hard to use (that's why I don't make covers anymore lol) but with some cleaning up, that could be a really good cover art.


paint is the only kind of program i can afford, lol

even if i had something more advance like photoshop it would take me thousand of years before I could finally get the hang up of it


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Me, too. I have printshop, or whatever it's called, but it's not as good as photoshop. I'd love to get photoshop, though.


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Chernobog wrote:
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The first thing that came to my mind when I saw this was "Disney did it".

You're amazing! :D I love it, keep up the great work. :)


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Wow those covers are AMAZING

truly awesome - why can't disney release those on 2 disk speical editions!!


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Chernobog could you do for the up coming 45th Anniversary of The Sword In The Stone please?


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Wow! Another job well done on the "Hercules" cover art. Nice work, Chernabog.


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Chernobog you should submit your DVD covers to Disney and see what they think of them, cause you could have a caree in this.


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