Post from @DailyMovieSketch

Post from @DailyMovieSketch
Stephen King's It a.k.a. It (1990)Directed by Tommy Lee Wallace There has been a lack of posts for the last few days, that's because I was unwell for a couple of days and was also tied up with work. I did manage to watch the 1990 adaptation of Stephen King's novel "It" some days back, and on Saturday, I also saw the 2017 remake, directed by Andy Muschietti.The story concerns an evil entity preying on kids in the town of Derry, Maine. The entity manifests itself as Pennywise the Dancing Clown – and is active once every 30 years. A group of kids called the Losers Club encountered and defeated Pennywise years ago, and they must face It again when it resurfaces in the present, with them as adults.The 1990 adaptation was a two part TV miniseries, running a little over 3 hours long. I quite enjoyed it, and liked the kids segments the best. The 2017 version is Chapter One, and focuses only on the kids storyline. It was really well done I felt, the performances of the child actors were fantastic and their dialogue was very funny and enjoyable (surprisingly it was pretty largely uncut in the theatrical release here). I drew Tim Curry as Pennywise from the 1990 film. He really made the role his own. The sketch was done in pencil and Prismacolor pencils on paper and scanned.In the 2017 version, Bill Skarsgard plays Pennywise. #288 / 11-Sep-17
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