Post from @DailyMovieSketch

Post from @DailyMovieSketch
[#DrawWithMango × #DailyMovieSketch]Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991)Directed by James CameronContinuing my series of #90snostalgia sketches, one for every year in the decade, for @mangopenciler's art challenge.One of the best sequels of all time – T2 is a landmark movie. It was one of the early films that use computer generated imagery for visual effects, winning an Oscar for that. I watched it some months ago and it still holds up well. The first two films are far better than the sequels that came out in subsequent years. There's a T6 coming up with James Cameron's blessing and Deadpool's Tim Miller involved, but I am not keeping any expectations. If it's good that'll be a pleasant surprise.What most of us would have watched in theatres or on videotape back then (in 1993 or 1994 I bought the tape and watched it many many times that the tape wore out) would've been the 136 min theatrical release, DVD / Blu-ray Extended editions run about 15 min longer. I also had bought a novelisation (remember those?) of the film by Randall Frakes, based on the script by James Cameron and William Wisher. You can find a PDF online of you look for it.I drew Schwarzenegger from the ending steel plant scene where he tells the T-1000, "Hasta la vista, baby". The drawing was done with the @ns1pen on A6 Brustro sketchbook. I also used a blue and red ballpoint pen, and Sakura Gelly Roll white pen on this. This is a scan. The reference image is from the theatrical trailer, which apparently used a different take of the scene than the one that ended up in the actual movie. I drew from here, as the shot in the movie is framed tighter and Arnold's hair wasn't visible.Next up — 1992! Can you guess which movie I'll be drawing? #t2 #terminator #terminator2 #schwarzenegger#ns1pen #ink #inksketch #blackworknow #ballpointpen #ballpoint #biro#420 / 4-Mar-19
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