Another color rough for the Wrong Man DVD cover I worked on. Again, this was one of the first times I tried to use Photoshop to "paint" with. Prior to this, I only used PS to color in a comic book style. But for this illustration, I needed to mimic a painterly style that mirrored the movie poster styles from that early Hitchcock era.
What I really (still) like about this piece is that the overall design and typography compliment each other well and fit the movie poster look for that time period nicely. I was also happy with the realistic painting. I had never applied a technique like that to my line drawings and I was pleasantly surprised by the outcome.
Thanks for taking a look. And, no, this one wasn't chosen either...! The one that was chosen was my least favorite. Oh well. I was still honored to work on a project like this.