When I started doing screen printed posters in 96 I would do a similar thing. I would measure out the space I needed to put the type. I would type it oput in Illustrator, stretch it to fit the area needed, print it and glue it to the origianl line art. Mostly because Murphy didn't have any way to have films output from a computer at that point.
So Murph got these gnarly cut and paste layouts from me.
One day i will take the time to scan those old posters of mine. One day.
damn kozik quick to the hit! I certaintly didnt mean anything by that comment aside from some friendly crit... hell if it wasn't for kozik no one would know what poster art is anyway... dont think i have forgotten what you've done for all of us, thank you- seriously.
STFU richie :)
You should "remaster" your entire catalog Lucas style and tweak all the type. Add Jabba the Hutt here and there.
Then you can go around and buy up all the originals and burn them.
Oh yeah, and change all the guns to walkie talkies.
in '93 the way i did the text was I would measure the space, call the one dude I knew had a pc with some crude version of whatever on it, tell him what i wanted it to say, hed fax it to me, id cut up the fax and paste it up on the art board