you makin googly eyes at my wooo-man
Steven and Connie!!!
Handling detail comes down to breaking the task down to manageable stages.
First you have to design the structure, then the substructure, then the subsubstructure, then the subsubsubstructure…
A comic about my parents. The entirety of their relationship is mutual hatred of the human race.
ahhh you’re mom is so great thooo
I had to post this poster image as soon as I found it, because
If you take a look at this image in full size, you’ll likely instantly see what I mean, but I’ve taken the liberty in showcasing some of the lowlights of this glorified hot mess.
I found this while gathering materials to put together a post about the Amityville Horror story, and the fact that it’s all a tremendous hoax that should never have gotten the publicity and financial draw that it has (but I’ll save those complaints for another post).
Now, to start with, they decided to blow up a very low-res image of a cracked, porcelain doll face, which they then proceeded to scribble on with what for all the world appears to be a fucking Sharpie marker. Inside the doll’s eyes, they added a blatantly higher-res image that no one could be bothered to properly integrate into the picture, leaving the edges clearly visible to anyone with eyeballs.
Now, if this weren’t already bad enough, they then attempted to poorly merge the doll face with not a photo of a human jawbone, but a goddamn low-res drawing of a human jawbone. To top it all off, you can see leftover areas they forgot to erase. You can see a clear line right above the “I” in the title where the edge of the image is.
Whoever regurgitated this steaming gutpile out of Photoshop made no discernible effort towards quality whatsoever. I have seen better composites on the front page of deviantArt.
The Amityville Horror sequels have been consistently z-grade since after the third one (and let’s face it - while an enjoyable picture, the original isn’t exactly a masterpiece of the genre to begin with). However, this kind of slipshod work, even for a straight-to-god-only-knows-where stinker of the lowest calibre, is simply unforgivable.
This is literally the worst cover art for a horror film I have ever seen in my entire life, and I have seen a mother-lovin’ fuckton of cover art. If just the cover is this bad, I cannot even begin to imagine what kind of miscarriage of mediocrity masquerading as “entertainment” lay in wait for any unsuspecting rube gullible enough to subject his brain to 88 minutes of half-assery done on a piddling $20,000 budget.
I bet the craft services consisted of ramen made using toilet water.
That’s amazing. It’s like the literal definition of a disasterpiece.