Oh Gods, I know I was supposed to have this in ages ago, but I've been super busy with school, and Dog Sees God, and I now have exams coming up. I finally found a spare twenty minutes to post this, so here it is!
Entry number eight in my "Sailor Moon Poster Project!"
When looking at Sailor Moon in contention for a Hollywood film franchise, I realized that the series lacks a concrete genre. True it has potential to be action, superhero, sci-fi, fantasy and romance films, but, it occurred to me that the series follows thr formula of a horror movie perfectly. Five unsuspecting girls, thrust into a situation they don't understand, where they are hunted by monsters.
Keeping that concept as a jumping off point, I included as much black as possible in each poster, as well as using the modern city sklyline motif as often as I could.
It was a very easy decision to portray Luna and Artemis as real cats, as opposed to the plush toys in PGSM, which never made sense to me. The concept of the poster is totally unique compared to the others, which I like, but that said, I wish I had stuck with some variation of uniformity. Ah well. The nature of the colored markings on their faces are open to interperatation, but Luna's was meant to resemble femenine make-up, while Artemis's drew from male facial hair.
Their tagline is "the MENTORS", because that's what they are, and I couldn't really think of anything else for them.
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