(2012) Drag Me To Hell "Christine Brown" AKA "Alison Lohman" POP Art Illustration No.64 - 9 x 12 Graphite Pencil Portrait on 96lb Canson Thick Sheet Stock Board Paper Completely Hand Drawn - Graphite Pencils used: H, HB, 4H, 5H, 6H, F, B, 2B, 4B, 5B, 6B, 8B - Drawing time: 27 Hours.
Drag me to Hell is a 2009 American Supernatural Horror film, directed by Sam RaimI (Spiderman). The Plot focuses on loan officer Christine Brown (Alison Lohman), who tries to impress her boss by refusing to extend a loan to a gypsy woman by the name of Mrs. Ganush (Lorna Raver). In retaliation, Ganush places a curse on Christine that, after three days of escalating torment, will plunge her into the depts of Hell to burn for eternity.
The Original Story for Drag Me to Hell was written ten years before the film went into production. The film originally went into production under the name "The Curse"
There were Hundreds of Visual and Special Effects Created for this film and were created by Multiple Special Effects Studios, the main one being Tippett Studio but others included Amalgamated Pixels, GHost VFX, KNB Special Effects, Home Digital,
cinesoup and IE Effects. The effects in Drag Me to Hell were created in many different ways which included Green screens, puppets, prosthetics and Computer Generated imagery. Peter Deming "Director of Photography" wanted to shoot the entire movie only using Natural Lighting to give the Movie the feel of realism. There were a lot of odd color sources that were chosen and many shots were taken to get it right. Once scene, the Special Effects team did the scene which Mrs. Ganush Attacks Christine in her car. To film the action, which included close-ups of Christone Jamming her foot on the pedal, hitting the break, and shifting gears, they created a puzzle car which allowed the front engine compartment and back trunk-as well as all four sides and doors to come away from the car. The roof also came off in two directions. Other
facts - The Opening Credits of the Film has the 1960s Universal Logo Opening and The Movie was actually shot at a real bank located in Tarzana California, although Empty and Vacant it was once a Wilshire Pacific bank.
Drawing Facts: My Original "Drag me to Hell" Drawing done in January was the first Drawing I attempted after giving up drawing for the past 20 years, looking at it now, I felt that it needed to be done over eventually and I never really felt it was good enough to show or post. It was one of the reasons why I left it in my Misc. Art Album. But to be honest, The quality of that piece was to be expected.....I had to remember how to draw all over again and I wasn't 20 years old anymore - in some ways age has made me more in tune with drawing details, I'm much sharper and I feel my drawings reflect that. Drawing time on this new piece took 27 hours which included a 15 hour continuous drawing stretch from 5am to 9pm.