While the story of the movie was a little disappointingly simple, I can definitely see why it's heralded as such a great work, and I'm glad I watched it.
While there were a lot of visuals I loved from the film, the character that got to me the most was Joh Fredersen's agent, "the Thin Man."
There was something really imposing and stoic about him that struck me like no other.
Sadly he didn't amount to that much in the film as far as a villain goes, but he was my favorite.
I might draw the MachineMan, Hel, but I doubt I'll have the motivation for it
Hope you guys like this though, and I do suggest you watch Metropolis if you're interested in cinematography.
And don't worry, me and Bee are working on PT!
Things have been kind of hectic for both of us, but there is progress!
In the meantime, just a small reminder that we have a:
Tumblr (for works in progress, small behind-the-scenes, and inspiration music/photos/fashion)
And a dA Group, which was made earlier last week
All our collaboration works will go there in the future, so be sure to watch the group!
great work! :v
Great. Thin Man is also my favourite, same as Joh Fredersen and Rottwang.
And I agree, itīs a great film
I definitely want to watch it again sometime soon
I'm not typically a movie person either, but Metropolis is a classic, and I think you might get a lot out of it
Give it a try if you have time
ha ha i really wanted to see that film, i have to make it happen now
I have to agree on Maria though, there was something crazy-magnetic about her huge eyes!
Either way I quite like it. He is an interesting character for not being a crucial character. Course no one tops Hel with me.
Hel was definitely memorable, but I'm sad that she didn't stay in her android form for the whole movie...it was infinitely more frightening
I was just confused
LET'S BE PRETENTIOUS AND CULTURED IN A CORNER TOGETHERRR <3
This is a really neat illustration. You did a great job.