It's been yet another hugely creative week for both new and regularly posting MP Creators! With that in mind, we'd proud to introduce to you to ten Creators who posted for the first time this week with some amazing content! We highly recommend you check them out and give them a warm welcome to this amazing community!
Warning: There is a graphic horror VFX image within this post!
Can Batman Help You to Overcome Depression?
Comics can get dark. Really dark. But an unexpected bonus from those sinister storylines is that you can find hope in even the toughest of situations. With her first post, Kasia Gryzlo has touched upon a different side of the medium that we look to for entertainment and found an uplifting message.
Thanos' Search Continues: Where Are The Infinity Stones?
The next Marvel instalment is just around the corner (is it May yet?!) and you might want to catch up on a couple points that may have slipped your mind in the interim. Creator Jorge Pineda has laid it all out for you, Infinity Stone-wise, giving you the low down on where they are and who has them (spoilers: not Thanos).
Top List: The 10 Best Romance Anime Series
It doesn't matter if you're a die-hard fan of anime or a complete newbie, this list of top 10 romance anime offers something for everyone! As one of the most popular anime genres out there , it tries to express and mimic real life romance through its characters. And hey, who doesn't like your typical boy-meets-girl love story? Just saying, there's a reason people are addicted to this stuff.
Horror Fan Art: 31 Days of Horror & the Art of Fear
According to Nathan Anderson horror films are likely to be memorable because of their ability to get under our skin and to scare the bejesus out of us. His project "31 Days of Horror" is an ode to 31 of horror's most iconic moments that have what it takes to push the horror element to the apex. His hand-drawn sketches of "The Thing", "The Texas Chain Saw Massacre" and "Pan's Labyrinth", to name a few, are beyond amazing and a true tribute to terror! Be sure to check out his incredible work.
Crossover Fan Art: The Legend Of Pokemon
I don’t use the word cute often, it’s not in my nature to use it. However, upon seeing this mashup by David Pilatowsky, I shrieked louder than ever before in my life! This mashup of Pokemon and Legend of Zelda brings together two of Nintendos most famous franchises in a way that will make you scream “kawaii” well into next week. And if it’s not enough, there is a part 2 which you can check out on his profile!
Awesome Jurassic Park Fans Recreate The Movie... With LEGO!
Paul and Hailee Hollingsworth. Father and daughter, and Lego artists. If you think that to be an exaggeration, just look at their amazing Lego rendition of Jurassic Park and tell me they are not deserving of that title. You can even have a look behind the scenes to see all the effort that went into it and the friends that helped them achieve it. It’s quite a ride, so hold on to your bricks!
Parks and Recreation: Fan Art from Pawnee, the Greatest Town in America!
Despite being only a few weeks removed from that epic season finale of Parks and Rec, we can still treat ourselves to this awesome fan art curtesy French illustrator, Marc Lafon. This post is a tribute to the wonderful people of Pawnee, Indiana, a place that MANY refer to as the greatest place in Amurica’. Whether you were a fan of the show or not, this is something to be enjoyed. #TREATYOSELF
The Wonderful World of Horror! Meet the SFX Make Up Artist who's scared of blood!
You might have seen images of Abi Gordon-Cordy’s gruesome SFX makeup floating around on Moviepilot and other fan sites - crazy stuff right? Well, what if I told you that the girl behind the gore, actually faints at the sight of blood? It’s a really messed up paradox I know, but it has produced some pretty incredible SFX makeup art. Finish whatever you’re eating, hold on to your stomach and check out this great introductory article from a rising star in the SFX game.
The real story behind #F**kMarvel
At the start of the week, Jason Momoa caused quite a stir at Comic Con by writing a rather inflammatory remark about Marvel on an Aquaman poster - in turn, it caused a ripple effect of controversy across the internet. Here at Moviepilot we have an internet EXCLUSIVE in the form of an article written by the poster's owner herself! Get the exact low down of what happened below!
Incredible Movie Posters Inspired By Pop Culture
In the spirit of #FanArtFriday why not take a glance at Anthonie Petrie's extraordinary movie themed maps. These extremely detailed works of art are genuinely breathtaking in their intricacy, there's even a fittingly edible homage to Rohld Dahl's Willy Wonka in there for good measure!
Check out the post right here!
That's all folks! Thanks for another fantastic week!
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