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    Frame is an isolated single fragment of a film . A film is, namely, a sum of frames; i. e. images that are shown rapidly (12, 25 or 30 images per… Read More
    Frame is an isolated single fragment of a film . A film is, namely, a sum of frames; i. e. images that are shown rapidly (12, 25 or 30 images per second) in succession and continuity, which gives the viewers an illusion of motion. Thus, every single frame taken out of context is not simply created by chance since it was planned and made in collaboration with a director, director of photography, camera operator, lighting technician and other film crew members. The visual narration of a film is therefore created whilst following the rules of the visual art form. I have extracted the individual images and recreate them through illustration, dealing with lines, forms and spaces within different compositions, lights and shadows – in fact, dealing with all those elements that typically form an image. Done in Charcoal and white ink on paper. Read Less
Norman Bates: She might have fooled me,
but she didn't fool my mother.
Prison Chaplain: “Goodness is something to be chosen.
When a man cannot choose he ceases to be a man.”
This is my biggest drawing so far. 317x 270cm. Charcoal and white ink on paper. It was very painful process to make this big black surface. It has 8 layers of charcoal that I had to fix with spray in between layers.
David: Big things have small beginnings
HAL: I'm sorry, Dave. I'm afraid I can't do that.
Batty:  I've seen things you people wouldn't believe.
Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion.
I watched C-beams glitter in the dark near the
Tannhauser gate. All those moments will be lost in time...
like tears in rain... Time to die

Max:  I'm just here for the gasoline.
Meredith Vickers: A king has his reign,
and then he dies. It's inevitable
Narrator: With infinite complacency,
men went to and fro about the globe,
confident of our empire over this world
Kane: The pit is completely enclosed.
And it's full of leathery objects,
like eggs or something.
Block: Black for you!
Death: It becomes me well
Maria:  There can be no understanding
between the hand and the brain unless the
heart acts as mediator.
Ripley: This is commercial towing vehicle
Nostromo out of the Solomons, registration
number 1-8-0-niner-2-4-6-0-niner.
Calling Antarctica traffic control.
Do you read me? Over.
The lord of darkness :What is light without dark?
Ripley: Get away from her, you bitch!
Norman Bates: Mother, please...!
Max:  The chain in those handcuffs is high-tensile steel.
It'd take you ten minutes to hack through it with this.
Now, if you're lucky, you could hack through your
ankle in five minutes. Go.
Captain Miller: It's like finding a needle
in a stack of needles.
This is not just frame from the movie. It is my composition with nude and frame from the Blade runner movie, playing on video cassette.
Charcoal and white ink on paper.
Patricia Franchini:
I don't know if I'm unhappy because
I'm not free, or if I'm not free
because I'm unhappy.
Frank: How can you trust a man who wears
both a belt and suspenders? The man can't
even trust his own pants.
Selene: Lycans are allergic to silver.
We have to get the bullets out quickly,
or they end up dying on us during questioning.
Michael Corvin: What happens to them afterward?
Selene: We put the bullets back in
Owen: Are you a vampire?
Abby: I need blood to live.
Owen: But how old are you, really?
Abby: Twelve. But... I've been twelve
for a very long time.