Beth (stargatesg1971) wrote,

O Brother, Where Art Thou! - George Clooney

This wall was created in response to topic challenge 2 on Lost Fandoms. The challenge was/is to make a wall (or walls) for as many of the actors listed below as you want. You were/are allowed to use any work from their filmography but must ensure that the artwork was/is based on the selected topic: HUMOUR. The actors chosen for this round are still: Mark Harmon, Joe Flanigan, Anthony Starke, George Clooney and Dennis Quaid.

This is actually my second entry even though I'm posting it first LOL. I selected O Brother, Where Art Thou! as up until recently I hadn't made a George Clooney wall and as he was my actor of choice I figured I better do something. *grins* I know the files a bit big so it may take a while to load, apologies for that, but if I reduced the resolution it totally sucked. After saving and ditching the PSD file I realise I could have shrunk the overall size down but didn't. *face palm* Oh well, it is what it is now. It's worth watching the gif on full screen to appreciate the animation, or at least I think it is.

For those unfamiliar with the movie here's a quick summary: Ulysses Everett McGill (George Clooney), a suave, fast-taking convict, escapes from incarceration in Mississippi during the Great Depression. He is chained to two other prisoners, so the three must escape together.

In all honesty I never made it past 10 minutes with this film, it’s not my cup of tea at all. That being said there was a scene near the beginning that made me chuckle and I focussed on that for the artwork. Hope it gives you a laugh.

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