Who Framed Roger Rabbit Noir Poster

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Let it be known, that 'Who Framed Roger Rabbit' is one of the best films ever made. Even after 29 years the film still holds up, it still looks amazing, and the acting is still so, so good.

There's actually a really interesting video about why 'Roger Rabbit' still holds up incredibly well, so if you're a fan of the movie, or even just about animation, it's really worth checking out.

For the poster, it originally started as another neo-noir piece, but I wasn't happy with it, and it seemed too crazy-for-the-sake-of-being-crazy, so I scrapped it, and instead went with a more minimal noir style.

It doesn't seem as wild or intricate as some of my other pieces, but I think the low colour pallet and grubby pattern texture makes the piece seem more 'pop' against the white background.

The idea for Roger under the magnifying glass, was that he would appear to have finger prints on him, hence the pattern shift, but not 100% if that comes across.

Anyway, all done in Photoshop and Krita, with a Wacom Intuos Pro, mouse and keyboard.