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My Custom Covers, 3D present... vol.2

#1 User is offline   Jack Frost 

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Posted 01 March 2012 - 01:12 PM

I know it's been a while since I promised this, but I had some Windows issues (hdd stopped working, so I lost WinXP and had to re-install it again.)

I made several more, including Suspiria (and other Argento movies), some Fulci's movies, Elm Street (collection boxset cover), The Thing (JC) ... I will up them as soon as I fix my PC problems (I finally moved to W7 and I still need to find the right software for it)

I printed all of these covers for myself and they look great (better quality 170g photo paper also contributed to this).

So here they are... Note: I set them in smaller size, but if you want to see all the details, I can upload huge size image, but it will take additional time to open them,

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ps. Phantasm looks especially wicked in printed version. It looks like magazine cover. :)
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Posted 01 March 2012 - 05:02 PM

Awesome :clap:
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Posted 13 March 2012 - 10:28 PM

Some new covers... I am very busy these days, so I couldn't work on them. :chair: Will have time after mid April tho, hopefully I'll finish these and make new ones.

Suspiria (Complete, but want to fix few things)

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Elm Street Boxset (complete)
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The Howling (SE, unfinished, just front and spine, back completed around 50% tho, not shown here)

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The Thing (unfinished, just Front. Used old The Thing theatrical poster for this one)

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Posted 14 March 2012 - 03:49 AM

Damn, I love them Jack. Keep them coming.
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Posted 14 March 2012 - 12:07 PM

Thanks Craig. They'll have to wait for a while, since I have study period yet again, along with some other work that need to be done.

I am also having a problem with Photoshop CS2 (legit, btw) since it doesn't work well in Windows 7. <_<
I'll need to look out for some patches that fix this problem (CS2 is crashing at random, and many times it fails to save the project.)
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Posted 14 March 2012 - 12:10 PM

jack do some halloween ones and fuck it while your at it throw in a hatchet one to lol lol lol

anyway thoses look really good jack, good job
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Posted 14 March 2012 - 12:24 PM

thanks Boz. I will do Halloween (original) in future. I have all the things I need for it prepared, I just need some free time to do it.
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Posted 14 March 2012 - 12:33 PM

cool, will you do ones for the friday the 13th or TCM, evil dead would be cool to
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Posted 14 March 2012 - 01:59 PM

Friday the 13th are not in my plan. TCM 4 is possible, and I am probably doing Evil Dead and Evil Dead 2.

so far I have these in plan:

Return of the Living Dead 2 (possible that I will do first one too)
American Werewolf in London (Full Moon Special Edition, 2DVD set)
Zombie (Fulci)
Phenomena
Cheerleader Camp ('80, aka Bloody PomPom)
Tourist Trap
Maniac
Carrie (Special Edition)
The Beyond (already done, but need fixing)
City of the Living Dead (Fulci)
Shaun of the Dead (thought of making one that spoofs the cover of original Dawn of the Dead)
Demons
Demons 2
Near Dark (Special Edition, 2DVD set)
Scanners
The Burning (I am still thinking about it)
New York Ripper (Fulci)
Black Christmas (original)
Slumber Party Massacre
Child's Play
Bride of Chucky
Seed of Chucky
House by the Cemetary
Nosferatu (original, and '70 remake by Herzog)
The Prowler
Christine (Carpenter)
The Dead Zone (Cronenberg)
[REC*]
Wolfen
Monster Squad (Special Edtion, 2DVD set)
Clownhouse (custom DVD, fan edit. No dvd cover exist)
The Town that Dreaded Sundown (custom DVD, fan edit. No dvd cover exist)
Re-Animator
Shivers (Cronenberg)
Guyver
Dark Bar (Giallo, Italian)
Pieces
Cannibal Holocause (Special Edition)
Cat in the Brain (Fulci)
Mask of Satan (Black Sunday, BAVA)
House of Clocks (Fulci)
Perversion Story (Fulci)
Deep Red (Argento)
Inferno (Argento)
Dark Moon Rising
Wolf Man (original)
Werewolf of London (Universal)
Wolfman meets Frankenstein (Universal)
Hills Have Eyes (original)
Last House on the Left (original)
I spit on your grave (remake)


all of these would take me... hmm, around 3-4 months to make (I generally work 2-3 days on one cover)
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Posted 15 March 2012 - 11:55 AM

will be cool to see the evil dead one
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Posted 15 March 2012 - 04:01 PM

Jack, is Photoshop CS2 a free download? and is it any good?
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Posted 15 March 2012 - 05:48 PM

Nope, it's not free. I think it cost me around 70 euros when I bought it, but it was a must (since I worked with it while I was studying Graphic Design, and we all had to have legit copy... )

You can however find it on internet, and use crack\patches to register it. I doubt anyone will monitor CS2 now since CS6 is out now.

and it's great. Bit complicated at first to use (lot of tools, options), but after you learn how to manipulate photos in it, it's like riding a bike. You never really forget how to use it. And if you have some imagination and know what you want, it's really easy to use once you get use to tools offered in Photoshop.

PS. Photoshop 7 is also terrific, but I am not sure if it's gonna work on Windows 7 and Vista. It's also a old program, so I doubt it's gonna be expensive if you find it. It was great version, with very few bugs and you can do anything you would do in CS2. In CS2 some tools are just easier to use.
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Posted 15 March 2012 - 08:00 PM

Ah ok, I'm gonna look into getting it.
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Posted 17 March 2012 - 12:23 AM

No prob. You can find really good tutorials on the internet.

if you want something more official, looks for Total Training: Photoshop CS. I had that one, helped me alot. You don't have to have any knowledge of Photoshop to fallow this one, he will teach you everything you need to know. Only, they cost around $45 at that time (3 DVDs, plus one bonus for advanced tutorials) but I suggest you get those from internet. Cost might have dropped by now, tho. (it wouldn't be a waste of money if you can afford them and truly want to learn Photoshop, trust me. You can become real expert with Photoshop if you successfully learn everything from those DVDs.)
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