One year ago, I decided to watch classic movies and draw about them in one sketchbook: 56 movies, 56 sheets, 56 drawings, almost one a day. It was so fun!

So I bought a second sketchbook and dedicated it to the movies of my youth. 56 drawings again. I just can’t stop.

I bought a third sketchbook, a red one. And I draw movies in which the red colour is significant.

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#1 Bram Stoker’s Dracula, Francis Ford Coppola, 1992

Bram Stoker’s Dracula, Francis Ford Coppola, 1992

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#2 V For Vendetta, James Mcteigue, 2006

V For Vendetta, James Mcteigue, 2006

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SabuzKamrussamad 2 years ago

Superb

#3 Batman, Tim Burton, 1989

Batman, Tim Burton, 1989

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#4 Vertigo1, Alfred Hitchcock, 1958 // Frankenstein, James Whale, 1931 // Singin’ In The Rain, Stanley Donen & Gene Kelly, 1952

Vertigo1, Alfred Hitchcock, 1958 // Frankenstein, James Whale, 1931 // Singin’ In The Rain, Stanley Donen & Gene Kelly, 1952

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Emily 2 years ago

Alfred Hitchcock YAAAAASSS

#5 The Neverending Story, Wolfgang Petersen, 1984

The Neverending Story, Wolfgang Petersen, 1984

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CassidyHoward 2 years ago

Yas

#6 Carrie, Brian De Palma, 1976

Carrie, Brian De Palma, 1976

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#7 Some Like It Hot, Billy Wilder, 1959

Some Like It Hot, Billy Wilder, 1959

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#8 Forrest Gump, Robert Zemeckis, 1994

Forrest Gump, Robert Zemeckis, 1994

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CassidyHoward 2 years ago

Run ,Forrest, run! Feels

#9 Iron Man, Jon Favreau, 2008

Iron Man, Jon Favreau, 2008

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castieltennant 2 years ago

this is bae! ironman is the best

#10 Rashōmon, Akira Kurosawa, 1950

Rashōmon, Akira Kurosawa, 1950

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