I don't know if anyone's interested in these, but I figured I'd post them anyway.
I started making my own covers to replace the covers of movies that I had picked up at conventions. The covers were mostly shit, images that looked like they were originally the size of a postage stamp blown up to fill the space of a front cover. Then I started doing them to have covers for movies acquired elsewhere.
Here's a few of my first attempts. Put together actually size in MS Paint. Looking at them now, they kinda suck.
I love the old movie posters. The last few covers I've done I did just to use the old posters and replace the covers that came with the legit DVDs. Case in point:
Did this one because I liked this poster better (Italian version I believe, redid all the lettering), and I hate the snap cases the original DVD came in. Plus, Warner Bros. had a photo of a woman on the back cover from the wrong movie.
Did this one to replace the photo cover on the original DVD. Couldn't decide between the two posters I found, so I did them both. (This happens frequently.) Cheated a bit on this one, the back cover is from the UK release, I just redid the Special Features, movie credits, and tech data at the bottom to match the US release.
The one time I got to watch Secret of the Incas, family arrived a few minutes after it started, I'm afraid I didn't get much chance to pay attention to it. I remember some awful singing going on though.
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