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Covers and Criterions by Dugnutt
#1
I've been making a few covers for my own and other edits, so I thought why not make a thread. 

Here's a Criterion-styled cover for @"Adywan"'s Star War's Revisited to start off

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It's still a work in progress as I need to add some text on the back spine box thing. Not sure what to put there, but suggestions are welcomed.
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#2
Using the criterion style is proving to be a popular art choice
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#3
I can see why, it looks very neat and tidy. Its a good asthetic
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#4
Here's one for Empire Strikes Back, haven't put anything in the Special Features bit yet as I don't think he's released the disc yet. Also need to figure out what to put in the box bit. 

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#5
Here's one for the eventual Return of the Jedi Revisited

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#6
Great covers! I really like what you've done with the Mcquarrie art.

For the text, how about:
Quote:Adywan is dedicated to creating the best version of the original trilogy of Star Wars. He is a passionate Star Wars fan, geek, and all around awesome person who wants to achieve what the Special Editions should have done. You can see more at originaltrilogy.com and fanedit.org.
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#7
Alright, here is what is a finalised version of the SW:R Criterion. 

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Next cover will most likely be for one of my favourite fanedits and the one that showed me that I could make a film better myself with just a computer.
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#8
One of the greatest fanedits ever created, Jack and Jill Extended Edition by Neglify 

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#9
On your SW: Revisited cover there are some minor typos (you said should of unstead of should have). Other than that, it looks very good.
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#10
Awesome. I did make that one in HD, but I don't know if the actual BD-25 was ever fully assembled and uploaded.
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