One of my friends dragged me to see it and I was pleasantly surprised. You definitely captured the tone of the movie perfectly, especially with the characters' expressions. My only problem with it is (and this is just a silly thing): if you painted Clem with that horrificly orange hair, why didn't you give her the horrificly orange sweater?
Oh God, this movie blew me away SO FUCKING MUCH! Jim Carry, Kate Winslet, Charlie Kaufman's script, Michel Gondry's directing.... so on the fucking ball! Everyone who hasn't seen this movie should rush to theatres and see it now and don't forgtet to breathe.
Wow Faith! I've never seen you draw in this style before!! The noses and eyes look really different. I love how you paid attention to the wrinkles and creases in the man's face Its cool to see you do natural media too. Is it watercolor?
Damn, now I wanna go see the movie really bad.
Such a beautiful piece, especially since it's a style slightly unlike your usual. I love the simplicity and the composition. There's a nice texture to everything. It's particularly realistic on his face. Nice job on her hair also.
that looks like such a good movie... sadly I have parents who won't let me see R-rated movies unless they've seen them first and all that crap.
that is such an awesome picture.
that scarf is too coolio.
Jim Carrey wasy brilliant, for the first time in a long time I looked at Kate Winslet and didn't think of Titanic, and I like Kirsten Dunst for the first time since Interview with the Vampire. Yay! That movie totally rocked my socks, and your picture is great!
Oh wow. That little heart! This is excellent. The composition especially, and even the muddled colours work for your advantage, I think, as they make the hair and skintones stand out. The absence pupils is great too. I want to see the movie now!