Post from @DailyMovieSketch

Post from @DailyMovieSketch
[#DrawWithMango × #DailyMovieSketch]The Mask (1994)Directed by Charles RussellSSSSSMOOOKIN'! A continuation of my series of 90s movie sketches, for @mangopenciler's #90snostalgia Art Challenge. Congrats to him, the #DrawWithMango hashtag has crossed 100 posts. Jim Carrey had three major hits in 1994 — "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective", "Dumb and Dumber", and this movie. "The Mask" comes from director Charles Russell, who delivered the successful "A Nightmare on Elm Street 3" for New Line Cinema. It's based on the Dark Horse comic series, about the Mask of Loki that gives the wearer superpowers, a considerably dark and violent set of stories.The movie has a lighter and more comedic tone, however, I still think this is the most serious out of the three mentioned Jim Carrey movies. He stars as meek bank clerk Staney Ipkiss, who comes into possession of the Mask, which turns him into a living cartoon, allows him to woo Tina (Cameron Diaz in her debut), and draws the attention of gangster Dorian (Peter Greene). At one point, it was supposed to be an R-rated thriller, and you can make out that undertone here. The movie is very well made, the Oscar nomiated visual effects still hold up today, it's fast paced and Jim Carrey gives it his all. The one liners are memorable and Max the Dog as Milo steals every scene that he's in.I haven't yet seen the sequel "Son of the Mask", which was a disappointment critically and commercially (it had around 4-5 times the budget of this movie though). I rewatched "The Mask" last night on @primevideoin and enjoyed it, I drew this sketch afterwards. It was drawn with Bic multi colour Ballpoint pen on A6 Brustro sketchbook and scanned.SOMEBODY STOP ME!#jimcarrey #themask#425 / 13-Mar-19
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