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My 31 Days To Halloween Countdown is beginning 3 days late... as I look at director Tim Burton Filmography and 31 [or more] scary posters and films...

My 31 Days  To Halloween Countdown is beginning 3 days late... as I look at director Tim Burton Filmography and 31 [or more] scary posters and films over there on my Ning...located here--->darkness To light...




Tim Burton - a filmography from Martin Woutisseth on Vimeo.
Don't miss the next animation: Twin Peaks illustrated, more informations on the blog.
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Music composed by Romain Trouillet:
site: http://www.romain-trouillet.com
blog: http://romaintrouillet.blogspot.fr

Designed and animated by Martin Woutisseth:
site: martinwoutisseth.com
blog : http://mwoutisseth.blogspot.com
twitter: @mwoutisseth
mail : contact(at)martinwoutisseth(dot)com

Animation made with mixing each Burton movies. Typography, colors, patterns and symbols are re-interprating. The old and the young Burton are both still working on their main passion : the stop motion, the fantastic and the gothic culture. Visuals are created from original posters, or from movies's scenes. If I couldn't find the right attitude, I drew it.

One of the most big challenge was to stayed sober in the animation without to seems poorly animated. One week before to upload officially, motivated friends saw it and gave me feed back on weak points to improve it the best I could. Three months was necessary to made it. Most of the time was spent to find the perfect visual for each movies. The thing was to make the fans of each movies enjoyed their favorite one.

Behind the animation: final visual and different step of the poster on this link: http://www.martinwoutisseth.com/41280/531044/home/tim-burton-a-film...

Behind the music: Romain explain how he create his specific music step by step (french)
http://www.romain-trouillet.com/presentation-du-projet/

Quick Q.A:
Why Dark Shadow is not present ?
The contest limit was 5 min maximum, we couldn't add one more visual.

Where is Frankenweenie and Vincent ?
There are present, will you find them ? ;-)

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Pillow of Death (Universal, 1945). One Sheet (27" X 41"). Horror.
Starring Lon Chaney Jr., Brenda Joyce, J. Edward Bromberg, Rosalind Ivan, Clara Blandick, George Cleveland. Directed by Wallace Fox. An unrestored poster with bright color and a clean overall appearance. It may have general signs of use, such as slight fold separation and fold wear, pinholes, or very minor tears. Please see full-color, enlargeable image [above] for more details. Folded, Very Fine-.There are several Of these posters on the market...However, this one sold for $191.20

 

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Inner Sanctum Mysteries, a popular old-time radio program that aired from January 7, 1941 to October 5, 1952, was created by producer Himan Brown and was based on the generic title given to the mystery novels of Simon and Schuster.[1] A total of 526 episodes were broadcast.[2]

For additional Information Just Follow The Link To Wikipedia:

Inner Sanctum Mystery...

 


 

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Comment by Darkness To Light... on October 27, 2013 at 9:36pm

Just in time for Halloween...Classic Monster Posters by Dave Bell over there at Kick-Starter...5 Days to go...

 

Here's an example of Dracula desktop wallpaper:

Full-color illustrated posters that pay tribute to the classic movie monsters from Hollywood's past. STRETCH GOAL

If we hit $750 every backer will get a link to a FREE 1920x1080 pixel desktop wallpaper download of the classic monster of their choice! Help me spread the word, and thank you for your support.

In this age of computer-generated imagery (CGI) it is unusual to watch a movie with absolutely no computer effects. Universal Studios made horror movies from 1923 through the 1950's starring original monsters using only makeup and costumes. These movie monsters have attracted millions of fans around the world for decades.

To pay tribute to these monsters I created 8 posters, plus 4 bonus posters featuring other classic movie monsters. That's a total of 12 classic monster posters only available exclusively through Kickstarter!

These posters will be reproduced in full-color and printed on high quality paper. Two sizes will be available (depending on pledge), 8.5"x 11" and 17"x 22".

With your help I'll secure the funds to purchase an Epson Stylus Pro 3880 large-format printer which will allow me to print Giclée prints of my original poster designs.

1. Bela Lugosi as Count Dracula

[Note: Dave Bell's Kick-starter, have reached it intended goal...However, his Kick-starter, program is now, in what's called the Stretch period.]

2. Boris Karloff as Frankenstein's Monster

3. Boris Karloff as The Mummy

4. Claude Rains as The Invisible Man

5. Elsa Lanchester as the Bride of Frankenstein...[Of Note: as I pay hommage to the Bride Of Frankenken on my page... too ! ]

6. Lon Chaney Jr. as The Wolf Man

7. The Creature from the Black Lagoon

8. Lon Chaney as The Phantom of the Opera

Comment by Darkness To Light... on October 27, 2013 at 8:19pm

“Universal Classic Monsters” 10-Print Folio by Tom Whalen

Posted on October 25, 2013

Dark Hall Mansion continues their Universal Monsters series done this time by artist Tom Whalen. It will be initially available via a lottery. Each Folio contains TEN 18″ x 24″ individually numbered Screenprints (8 individual prints + one very special 2-print diptych). There will be 230 Folios in the Standard Edition ($350) run and 70 Folios in the Variant Edition ($450) run.

Half of the folios will be sold by Dark Hall Mansion and half by eMoviePoster.com. Details on how to enter below. Keep an eye on their Facebook for more reveals throughout the week.

[NOTE: THE FOLLOWING IMAGES ARE COPY-RIGHTED @ AND COURTESY Of DARK HALL MANSION AND TOM WHALEN @ ]

Comment by Darkness To Light... on October 7, 2013 at 3:47am

Coming up: I plan to look at a poster per day [as part Of the 31 days to Halloween Countdown] and since I'm 4 days behind...I plan to look at 4 additional posters today plus the Tim Burton poster which I counts as the 1st...poster.

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Laurent Durieux doesn’t actually live in a retro-futuristic world imagined by H.G. Wells and designed by Raymond Loewy. In Durieux’s world, gigantic robots tower over forests populated by mythical beasts such as Bigfoot and King Kong; city skies are thick with airships shaped like Snoopy, while Buck Rodgers-like vehicles whiz by on slender monorails; and movie monsters are portrayed as sensitive creatures, victims of their grotesqueries rather than revenge-fueled fiends.

Though he’s spent two decades as a designer and teacher, the 42-year-old Brussels illustrator and graphic artist was only recently discovered in the United States, thanks to a number of high-profile awards and marquee commissions, including a 2013 screenprint of “Jaws”, which caught the eye of the film’s director, Steven Spielberg. The climb from relative obscurity began, though, in 2011, when Durieux was named one of the world’s 200 Best Illustrators by the influential international advertising magazine Lürzer’s Archive.

That year, his short animated film, “Hellville,” was selected for screening at several prestigious film festivals.

by Ben Marks  Read full article here

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Comment by Darkness To Light... on October 5, 2013 at 1:18pm

Coming up: I plan to look at a poster per day [as part Of the 31 days to Halloween Countdown] and since I'm 4 days behind...I plan to look at 4 additional posters today plus the Tim Burton poster which I counts as the 1st...poster.

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