Tuesday, 9 February 2010

Citizen Kane ATC

Another trip down the dimly-lit staircase into the archives, this also hasn't been seen on here before.

Back in the day (you know, in the days of yore), I was on a forum that had an ATC challenge every Friday evening, and one week the theme was "favourite movie". Citizen Kane is one of those movies that always comes top, or near top, of the movie polls, but that no one actually likes. I must be the exception, I LOVE this movie, so it was a clear choice for this project!

I made a triptych ATC (you don't even want to know how much work it took to get those shaped doors to match up with the images on both sides of them!). You can see it closed and open here, along with the sleeve pocket I made to store it in. Obviously, this is another of my pieces before I started stamping! I hope you like :) Click on the image for a more detailed view, comments welcomed!

12 comments :

TinaB said...

Oh my word Dan, that must have taken forever!! great work xx

Lyn said...

Getting the images to match like that is very impressive and I love the collage part in the middle ATC.

Andrea said...

Dan not visited your blog in ages, so sorry but glad I have as some fab artwork here, I am of to have a good old nosey at it all x

Lillabell said...

Nice work Dan

Hels said...

I remember those days of yore...actually I don't I am FAR too young...but i am going along with it...but I do remember the ATC challenge...and I remember making two ATCs for this challenge...the first one was Goodfellas and the second one was ...erm....I can't remember ROFL Memory not what is was LOL Loving your ancient art though :O))

Ellen said...

Terrific... Love the look!

Groetjes :)

Dorothy said...

OMG Dan!!! Totally awesome job!!!

Faye said...

Dan, this is a marvelous triptych ATC. I love the folding curved doors. A great entry for the challenge.

Limar said...

This is really great! :)

Bettie said...

That's wonderful!

Kris Dickinson said...

Fantastic! I love this tribute Tryptich

Nancy B said...

It is a great ATC tryptich!

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