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Spider-Man and Venom Maximum Carnage Poster #3 by ProfessorAdagio Spider-Man and Venom Maximum Carnage Poster #3 by ProfessorAdagio

This is my version of how I think a Live Action version of the videogame "Spider-Man & Venom: Maximum Carnage" would look like.

I tried to make this as close as possible to the original Game, so please check that out on this video:…

All 3 main characters are included on my image.

The image I made goes with this music (which is the real life version of the Game music) :…

So please do listen to that while looking at my image. :)

Any Critique would be welcome (I would like other peoples' views on how it relates to the Game).

Information on the game:

Spider-Man and Venom: Maximum Carnage is a side-scrolling beat 'em up video game for the Super NES and Sega Mega Drive/Genesis, developed by Software Creations and published by LJN (a subsidiary of Acclaim) in 1994. The game, based on a sprawling comic book story arc of the same name, featured numerous heroes, including Spider-Man, Venom, and their allies from the Marvel Comics fictional universe like Captain America, Black Cat, Iron Fist, Cloak and Dagger, Deathlok, Morbius and Firestar, all teaming up to battle an onslaught of villains led by Carnage, including Shriek, Doppelganger, Demogoblin and Carrion.[1]

The game featured a colored cartridge. Both the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis and Super Nintendo versions were red. They were later released in the normal cartridge colors (black for Genesis, gray for SNES).

The game was followed up by a sequel called Venom/Spider-Man: Separation Anxiety.

Universal Studios Orlando used Maximum Carnage as the theme for a haunted house at Halloween Horror Nights in 2002.

Crazycartoonwolf Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
yyou did a great job with detail on the background and really well with the lightening. one suggestion i have is the spiderman on the right, blends in too much the building behind him. perhaps to resolve the problem perhaps change the shade of red to be darker by comparsion of the figure (or the other way around could work too). you could just darken the contrast of the backdrop i guess but i'm not sure the effect it'll have on the detail. fantastic job though, i really like a lot of this picture. hope i've been of help
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