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If you’re interested in the movie-making process, this article has video and photos from the set of Marvel’s “Captain America: Civil War.”  Observing this part of this process is fascinating. It allows us to compare this location footage with what will be a finished scene, with music and special-effects.

 

 

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This photo is from http://www.comicbookmovie.com.

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This pencil drawing is from a movie still of Kill Bill 2. It’s drawn on 9 in. x 12 in. 80 lb. paper.

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This pen and color pencil drawing used Jack Kirby’s Captain America as its subject. The color pencils help to give the effect of the older style comic book printing.

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This pencil drawing is based on a scene from “The Third Man.” It’s a stylized depiction of Harry Lime (Orson Welles) being chased in the sewers in Vienna. This is a 9 in. x 12. inch drawing on 80 lb. paper.

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This is a quick, impressionistic drawing I made. It’s based on a still from Kurosawa’s “Seven Samurai.” It was drawn with a Schneider pen and a Sharpie on 9 inch x 12 inch 80 lb. paper.

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This pencil drawing is based on a movie still from Ingmar Bergman’s “Through a Glass Darkly.” Harriet Andersson portrayed Karin.

The drawing is on 9 in. x 12 in. 80 lb. paper.

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This is a recently completed sketch card based on a movie still from The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. It features Clint Eastwood. It’s drawn with pencil on 2.5 x 3.5 inch smooth card stock.

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Here’s a new pencil sketch card on vellum stock (2.5 x 3l.5 inches).  It’s based on the Vogue Paris cover from 1974.

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These are two pencil sketch cards (each is 2.5 x 3.5 inches) based on films directed by Edgar G. Ulmer. The eyes are from “Bluebeard” with John Carradine. The diner scene is from the noir classic, “Detour.”

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