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Pictures & Photos from Goodbye, Mr Chips (1969) - IMDb

Pictures & Photos from Goodbye, Mr Chips (1969) - IMDb

When it comes to Batman v Superman, right now all we have to go by is the few images leaked by Zack Snyder and fan made media. They come out online all the time, but very few of them are of super high quality. The movie poster by Messy Pandas, however, is pretty great. Check this out:I’m on board with THIS. His work reminds me of some of the artists in the Mondo think tank, and is MASSIVELY superior to some of the pieces that have come out recently. And just like those posters, this is not an official release by the studio. It’s a work of fan art from a British man, whose work you can see here.MessyPandas is an artist who lives and works in the North East of England, UK.SocialEmail: [email protected]Twitter: twitter.com/MessyPandasInstagram: instagram.com/messypandas/Patreon: patreon.com/messypandasTumblr: messypandas.tumblr.com/Devianart: messypandas.deviantart.com/Art For Saleredbubble.com/people/messypandassociety6.com/messypandasteepublic.com/user/MessypandasBatman v Superman is an upcoming American superhero film featuring the DC Comics characters Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman. It is intended to be the sequel to 2013’s Man of Steel and the second installment of the DC Comics’ shared universe films. The film is written by Chris Terrio, from a story by Zack Snyder and David S. Goyer, and directed by Snyder. The cast includes Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, Amy Adams, Diane Lane, Laurence Fishburne, Jesse Eisenberg and Jeremy Irons. -wikipediaThe film is scheduled to be released in the United States on March 25, 2016 in IMAX 3D.We want to hear from you! As always leave us your thoughts and opinions in the comments below!Want more Batman? Download the Fansided.com app for more Batman news! Don’t forget to like Caped Crusades on Facebook and follow us on Twitter!Really love Batman? Caped Crusades is always looking for volunteer writers! Leave us a comment, email me at [email protected], or apply on Fansided.com! Build your own custom daily newsletter with updates on your favorite teams, sent directly to your inbox.Your privacy is safe with us. We’ll never pass along your email address to spammers, scammers, or the like.Your favorite teams, topics, and players all on your favorite mobile devices.© 2017 FanSided Inc. All Rights Reserved.by Eric Chrismanby Jonathon Dornbushby Eric Chrisman



Skip to main content previous next previous next Login to unlock Email share 2206 0 0 0 0 Egyptians were a religious people, so much of their art was of their various gods and goddesses. The size of a figure was based on social heirarchy, so gods were drawn bigger than mortals, like Anubis in the above picture of Anubis weighing a heart.Egyptian gods each required their own temple. Inside each temple was a statue of that god, made out of the most sacred metals. These statues were thought to be the living embodiments of the gods, and were prayed to.Ancient Egyptian art had very little outside influence, so the art style remained the same. Regularity of feature was important in Egyptian art.Ancient Egyptian Art Style and the GodsEgyptian gods were portrayed as either a particular animal, or a human with the specific animal head, like in this picture of Sobek, shown with the head of a crocodileGlogster © 2007 - 2012Terms of Use





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