Post by old squirmydad on Nov 11, 2009 7:41:59 GMT -9
I've seen a lot of artists who, when drawing or sculpting Green Men, will cover up the difficult and confusing chest muscle arrangement that comes from having four upper limbs, will cover the musculature junctions with belts and pouches.
'Princess of Mars' the film is supposed to be out in 2012.
The anatomy isn't such an issue in this cartoony style. However, I'm torn between doing the more aesthetically pleasing double chest, or stay truer to the books with a second torso that sprouts from the neck area of the first torso.
I've heard about a movie, but have yet to see anything offical about it. I'm really unsure about it all around. I just don't see mainstream America digging a hyperviolent flic with topless women running around (unless someone is wearing a hockey mask). So, I'm sure one or the other of those things will be cleaned up, or god forbid, both.
Post by stevelortz on Nov 13, 2009 10:11:40 GMT -9
I read to my wife before we go to sleep at night. I started shortly after we got married by reading C.S. Lewis' Chronicles of Narnia. We went on to The Lord of the Rings, Doc Smith's Lensman series, John Carter, Tarzan and a host of others (we just had our 18th anniversary).
We really enjoyed Burroughs' Pellucidar books, and we came up with what we call the "Tanar syndrome" whenever some guy does some really goofy thing to offend his girlfriend or wife (in real-life as well as in our reading).
We're in the middle of Planet of Peril by Otis Adelbert Kline, and we're faving a lot of fun by guessing what's going to happen next, based on the genre formulas, and by commenting on how Burroughs would have handled his characters differently!
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