Sunday Sketch 9 – Recreate a Movie Scene

For this sketch assignment, I have decided to recreate one scene from “Marley & Me,” because it is one of my favorite movies. Also, it is a movie that I always cry when I watch, since I also have a dog.

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One scene from Marley & Me

Below is my recreated version of the scene. I took my dog’s picture when she was sad because I did not give her more snack. Even though my dog is not a golden retriever like Marley in the movie, I think their facial expressions look similar to each other.

I Got All the Friends I Need Right Here

Spongebob “I Had an Accident” Episode Screencap
Me sitting with penny, chip, and used napkin

For this Sunday sketch, I had trouble deciding what movie or show scene to recreate—mainly because for some reason I can never instantaneously recall non-animated movies I’ve watched and that would’ve been “easier” to recreate. However, while going through my reaction pictures as I made a tweet, I got the inspiration. I save an unnecessarily big amount of memes/reaction pictures and some of my favorite are Spongebob screencaps. I religiously watched Spongebob back in elementary and I will admit I know the “Indoors” song from this scene word for word. Obviously, it’s an animated show but I gathered up the most important aspects that allow me to recreate this scene as accurately as possible: penny, chip, and used napkin.

Hot Titanic

The scene I chose is obviously the iconic scene from Titanic. My friend and I were on a boat and I figured it would be the perfect time to create the iconic scene for this assignment. Titanic is one of my favorite movies as I watch it with my family a lot. Because of that, it was easy to decide which movie to do and when I was on the boat with my friend. We instantly took that picture and it is one of my favorites. I know the scene from the movie is from a different angle, but I still thought it was worth it to use this picture. It can be taken with a grain of salt as it would be incredibly hard to take that picture unprofessionally.

sk9 – Charlie Finds a Golden Ticket

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When I was younger, I acted as Charlie from Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory in my middle school play. When deciding which scene I should recreate, I thought about this impactful scene. I enjoyed watching the movie when I was younger and still think it is well made and displays important life lessons. I had fun attempting to recreate this scene and Charlie’s look of genuine astonishment and joy.

True story of my Lullwater walk

This True Story was actually a lot of fun to make. I recalled a walk I went on with my friends last Friday. The first picture, also the smallest, shows the group of us entering Lullwater. We all met at the top and began walking. We walked until we saw a big, abandoned structure (picture two). One of our friends – Nick – made the impulsive decision to climb the structure. In reality, the structure is at least 20 feet in the air and was just not a smart thing to do. After, he was scared about getting down seen in the fourth picture. He was stuck for a minute. Eventually, after that climactic event, we began walking back and found a large, unsteady bridge which we walked across. All in all, it was a fun time.

Creating the comic itself was a fun process as I the paper was too small at the beginning to accurately draw what I wanted. However, at the end, the paper was too big so it was hard to fill in the spaces.

True story of my Lullwater walk

This True Story was actually a lot of fun to make. I recalled a walk I went on with my friends last Friday. The first picture, also the smallest, shows the group of us entering Lullwater. We all met at the top and began walking. We walked until we saw a big, abandoned structure (picture two). One of our friends – Nick – made the impulsive decision to climb the structure. In reality, the structure is at least 20 feet in the air and was just not a smart thing to do. After, he was scared about getting down seen in the fourth picture. He was stuck for a minute. Eventually, after that climactic event, we began walking back and found a large, unsteady bridge which we walked across. All in all, it was a fun time.

Creating the comic itself was a fun process as I the paper was too small at the beginning to accurately draw what I wanted. However, at the end, the paper was too big so it was hard to fill in the spaces.