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The Third Man box art cover
By avatar GlowBlue 43 on June 14th, 2009
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paper sonic 37 [ 5 years ago ]

woah

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GlowBlue 43 [ 5 years ago ]

Here's my first criterion box: Carol Reed's "The Third Man". This is one of my favorite films in the Criterion collection. Every frame of this movie is like a work of art. If you've not seen it yet, I'd recommend it highly.

With this box I'm trying something new which I'm calling "VGB OpenSource". The project file for this box (in Photoshop .PSD format) is being made available for you to download, examine and deconstruct for use in your own work. All I ask is that you use this resource to create new projects and not simply upload a modified "The Third Man" box. This is a big experiment for me so let's see how it goes and if you all think it's a good idea I will continue to release boxes under opensource... hopefully other artists will too. I see it as a great opportunity for all of us to improve our techniques and become better artists together. :)

The Third Man - VGB OpenSource - link

VGB OpenSource Logo - link

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master_general 40 [ 5 years ago ]

Thanks for the idea Josh, might be a good idea :)

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alldreamsfalldown 49 [ 5 years ago ]

Classic film and very nicely done.

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dmshaposv 46 [ 5 years ago ]

classy.

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ELCrazy 49 [ 5 years ago ]

Pure Criterion. Great stuff!

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RunawayRed 45 [ 5 years ago ]

I love it. Great job!

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Firebrand 34 [ 5 years ago ]

yep.

The opensource thing is a great idea.

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super-mega-hyper-sonic 38 [ 5 years ago ]

Awesome box.
Too bad I can't try VGBA Open Source because I have PDN :(.

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Drakxxx 45 [ 5 years ago ]

Amazing film, and an extremely accurate and graphically flawless Criterion box.

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coolguy753 26 [ 4 years ago ]

Oh god, can't believe I missed this. Absolutely brilliant box.

Personally, I much prefer this to Citizen Kane.

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