"The Warriors" is a real peculiarity, a movie about street gang warfare, written and directed as an exercise in mannerism. There's hardly a moment when we believe that the movie's gangs are real or that their members are real people or that they inhabit a real city. That's where the peculiarity comes in: I don't think we're supposed to. No matter what impression the ads give, this isn't even remotely intended as an action film. It's a set piece. It's a ballet of stylized male violence. Walter Hill, the director and co-writer, specializes in fables like this. His first two films were "Hard Times" and "The Driver," and they were both at arm's length from realism. Hill likes characters that take on a legendary, mythic stature, and then he likes to run them through situations that look like urban tableaux. Roger Ebert
Unused Conceptart (Street View)
Final Conceptart "We Figure We're Home" (Interior View)
Close-up Shots of Progress Sketches
Close-up Shots of Progress Details
Final Comp 'The Warriors' / Alternative Movie Poster "We Figure We're Home"
Oil Digital Painting - Ipad PRO / PS / Wacom Cintiq 2016