How did they make this movie poster before photoshop?
>>448484In a literal shop using photography/ darkroom techniques and manual layout and compositing techniques like cutting and pasting elements in layers, airbrushing, masks, transparencies, various drawing/ painting tools like brushes and erasers, etc.
>>448485does anyone make pictures like that anymore? is it a cool style
>>448484shit like starwars posters were hand painted
>>448485I honestly throughly they cut out pictures, used glue and pasted on a background, then use some plastic covering on top of it, add the painting/paint over it, print some text, and BOOOM! Take a picture of it, print posters, and there you go!
Old school movie posters are so good.
>>448663theres no reason that new posters and graphics cant be made to look as good using digital processes....except that as this thread shows, people dont know how or why they were put together the way they were using the old school analog methods, even though the modern software in many cases directly emulates those old methods and tools and literally names the new emulations after the original layout, typesetting and darkroom methods/tools.
>>448666THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS DIGITAL ART.GRAPHIC DESIGN IS NOT ART, AND YOU CANNOT USE COMPUTERS OR SCREENS TO MAKE ART. THERE IS NO EMULATION.
>>448484they didn't. They dug it from a cache of artworks made by Tartaria and just built a movie around it to fool the goyim
>>449042triggeredtake a chill pill
>>448574uh thts kinda how it works
>>448663how did they copy this poster before computers?man the pre-computer world must've been so wild
>>449042get a job lil nigga
>>449042God I hate autists
>>450305LMAO, cheap movie posters haven't been screen printed since movies were brand new technology.Which appears to be the last time that Brittanica entry was updated->The screen is usually made of fine but strong silk gauze >Direct or indirect photomechanical processes are being more and more widely used, however. Also, there's this->A Serigraph is an alternative name for silkscreen printing that was coined to distinguish it’s uses in the fine art world from that of the commercial printing world.Any four color advertising poster commercially printed after WW2 is almost certainly done using offset lithography.https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Offset_printing