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    video Minimalist Film Poster - June 2014

    As we are approaching the Summer Solstice in the northern hemisphere, this month's challenge is High Noon.
    Can you capture the plot, the drama or its memorable events in the film?

    You need to sell the movie to passers-by and should be portrait format suitable to be seen from a distance.

    Acorn
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    Default Re: Minimalist Film Poster - June 2014

    Hi Acorn,

    Here's my first go. Not so much spare time at the moment so it's a bit rushed

    David
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    Default Re: Minimalist Film Poster - June 2014

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    Default Re: Minimalist Film Poster - June 2014

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    Default Re: Minimalist Film Poster - June 2014

    All good ones this month, so I'm playing my Joker:

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    Acorn
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    Default Re: Minimalist Film Poster - June 2014

    Well... Let's give a shot... GL people
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    Default Re: Minimalist Film Poster - June 2014

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    Default Re: Minimalist Film Poster - June 2014

    Love the gun smoke wisp Larry, it reminded me of an old TV series called Gunsmoke, can't remember the name of the main character, big fella, I think it was James Arness.

    Stygg

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    Default Re: Minimalist Film Poster - June 2014

    I'm embarrassed, I thought it was a stylised bar-room gal.
    Good graphic though.
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    Default Re: Minimalist Film Poster - June 2014

    Ha ha, I can see where you thought it was a bar room gal, the bottom of the gun smoke wisp does look feminine.

    Stygg.

 

 

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