The history of modern cinema in great art from Tony MoorePictolic
In recent years it has become fashionable sequels, prequels and remakes, calling us to reconsider its opinion on certain of the famous films. Some of them successful, others not. But the classic is always classic and would not try to present old characters in a new light resourceful filmmakers, we will remember them in canonical form.
Work by American artist Tony Moore (Tony Moore), depicting familiar to all of us actors in movies of recent decades, are a real balm for the soul true fans.
Despite the fact that specializing in comics, Moore is not striving for maximum realism in his drawings perfectly capture the nature of the character. The characters in his works are depicted with subtle humor and so consider painting a pleasure.
Looking at the works of Tony Moore, I immediately understand that this man comes from the 90s. With much love, the wizard portrays the heroes of this era, gave the Chapter the most realistic and spectacular, but the most characteristic and memorable characters.
Of Moore not to be confused with the drawings of other artists — he has his own style and plenty of special moves that makes his paintings unusual and memorable.
Even creepy and ghoulish characters from the artist pretty and always raise a smile.
If after reviewing the works of Tony you want to revisit old movies — then this is completely normal, because this wish to say to the thousands of spectators who met with his characters.
Villains and heroes, wizards and monsters, animals and ghosts — Moore knows how to get to climb the far corners of memory and a good dig to remember, finally, the name of a once famous movie hero and title of a cult film.
Sometimes, looking at the images created by Tony, starting to think about whether there will be someone wish to refresh your memory of the moviegoers of the characters that flashed on the screens now, after 20-30 years?
Somehow, it seems that the era of movie heroes, "with soul" in the past because of the abundance of computer graphics, which has nearly superseded acting and turned the film into the usual "production".
What do you think to return again the era of the living movie that I want to revisit again and again or are we forever lost this amazing art?