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The Saga Continues - Scara's Disney Sequels Covers

Old 09-11-03, 06:28 PM
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The Chris Elder Disney Saga Continues - Treasures are coming ...

Cover series in the same style as Chris Elder's custom Disney Classics series for all Non-Classics Disney Animation titles.

Finished & Submitted:
01. Atlantis - Milo's Return
02. Tarzan & Jane
03. Cinderella II - Dreams Come True
04. Return to Neverland (3 Versions)
05. Mickey's House of Villains
06. Jungle Book 2 (3 versions)
07. Finding Nemo (2 versions)
08. Dinosaur
09. Alice in Wonderland - Masterpiece Edition



Color Scheme:
Classic - Grey
Sequel - Blue
Other Animation - Green
Hybrid - Red
Pixar - Gold / Yellow
Walt Disney Treasures - ?

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Blue is nice.
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Originally posted by JoeyOhhhh
Blue is nice.
Yeah that works quite well for this particular cover
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ohh.. I cant say wich color I like best.. lets just wait and see that tarzan and jane looks like...
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Blue.
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Then blue it's gonna be

... Now I need to determine the strength of it though ... since not all artwork will be blue
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Added Tarzan & Jane at the top, which version of the Category-style do you like best ?

1. Blue Back - Blue Disney Logo - Blue Specs Box - Blue Quote
2. Blue Back - Green Disney Logo - Green Specs Box - Green Quote

In other words, should the Logo / Specs Box / Quote change color for every cover in the Category Style or should it always remain blue ?
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Originally posted by Scaramanga
Added Tarzan & Jane at the top, which version of the Category-style do you like best ?

1. Blue Back - Blue Disney Logo - Blue Specs Box - Blue Quote
2. Blue Back - Green Disney Logo - Green Specs Box - Green Quote

In other words, should the Logo / Specs Box / Quote change color for every cover in the Category Style or should it always remain blue ?
As I mentioned at dvdcoverart, I think the Logo, Spec Box & Quote should change color to better match the movie.
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looks real good..

just wake me when you're done with these cheapquels..

[you DID say you were doing live action, right...?]
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Originally posted by Rogue588
[you DID say you were doing live action, right...?]
No he didn't mention them. I think he's gonna do the Hybrid films though.
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hmm...I thought he said that at the beginning of the thread and now it's no longer there...

oh well.
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Originally posted by JJE-187
As I mentioned at dvdcoverart, I think the Logo, Spec Box & Quote should change color to better match the movie.
All done and submitted
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Originally posted by Rogue588
looks real good..

just wake me when you're done with these cheapquels..

[you DID say you were doing live action, right...?]
At the moment I have no plans to do the live action movies ... BUT ... just wait and see after these +50 covers are done ;-)

Plz do not refer to them as cheapquels either ... that term is insulting and does not at all suit the movies. They are great fun for kids and that's what they were intended to be.
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Originally posted by Scaramanga
Plz do not refer to them as cheapquels either ... that term is insulting and does not at all suit the movies. They are great fun for kids and that's what they were intended to be.
Sorry...but I respectfully disagree. [and i'm a BIG Disney fan]. The overwhelming majority of Disney sequels ARE cheaply done. The animation is sub-par, most times the original voices don't return and it's obvious it's being done just for revenue NOT for the love of it.

an example: Watch the Lilo & Stitch documentary. The enthusiasm the creators/directors had for this film was HIGHLY contageous. [and this is a personal favourite of mine...from storyline to the EXCELLENT artistic style].

Stitch! on the other hand was a 60 minute, poorly animated commercial to get kids watching this fall.

The only two sequels I can think of that lived up to the original flicks were Toy Story II [obviously] & [IMO] Return To Neverland. [though, Neverland's art was better than the story]

But, in retrospect, I suppose you're right in assuming that these sequels are for kids, since some children aren't as discerning...

Nevertheless, even if I think these sequels aren't that good, your covers sure are!
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Not too many people agree with me on that ... i've learned to live with it ;-)
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I enjoy the sequels. I go in with low expectations & i'm usally not dissapointed. & they are so short that it's not really a chore to watch them. If they were all in the 90+min range then that might be a problem, but most of these are 80min (if that) The only thing I don't like is Disney's pricing of them ($29.99) I have never bought 1 of the sequels new, I always pick them up at Movie Gallery (used) for about $10 (after the buy 2 get 1 Free discount)
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Originally posted by JJE-187
I enjoy the sequels. I go in with low expectations & i'm usally not dissapointed. & they are so short that it's not really a chore to watch them. If they were all in the 90+min range then that might be a problem, but most of these are 80min (if that) The only thing I don't like is Disney's pricing of them ($29.99) I have never bought 1 of the sequels new, I always pick them up at Movie Gallery (used) for about $10 (after the buy 2 get 1 Free discount)
Same here ... the pricing is ridiculous ...
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Cinderella II Finished in Classic Style, now converting to Sequel style.
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Man you are fast Keep up the good work.. hope to see more nice covers from you bro...
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mmm just printed t&j and atlantis2.. they look amazing.. whats next in line?
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He's working on Return To Neverland & just completed Cinderella II, he mention on dvdca that he's having some sort of computer problem that will sadly slow down this project
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ouch.. that is not good... hope he will work it out
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Hi Scaramanga,

Just a quick "thank you" for the excellent work you are doing in supplementing Chris'es fantastic "classic covers" with your sequel line. I had my doubt's when I first read about this intention but I'd like to be one of the first to say that the quality of the three you have completed thus far have been every bit as good as Chris'es.

Keep up the good work .......... looks like I better buy some more credits over at DVDCA!

Best Regards,
KBDVD.
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Originally posted by KBDVD
Hi Scaramanga,

Just a quick "thank you" for the excellent work you are doing in supplementing Chris'es fantastic "classic covers" with your sequel line. I had my doubt's when I first read about this intention but I'd like to be one of the first to say that the quality of the three you have completed thus far have been every bit as good as Chris'es.

Keep up the good work .......... looks like I better buy some more credits over at DVDCA!

Best Regards,
KBDVD.
Thanks very much ... I really appreciate it.

First post has been updated with the Return to Never Land covers.
Up next : Mickey's House of Villains
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WOW!

Hi Scaramanga,

I love "ALL" of the Return To Neverland" covers! - will they all be available on DVDCA?

One point, I downloaded the Cinderella II cover from DVDCA and have yet to print it off, but it does appear that the front is "over bright" from my screen image. The white cat at Cinders feet is almost indistinct from the background behind it. I didn't notice this when the image was displayed at the top of this thread.

Any thoughts?

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