‘Tron Legacy’ poster revisited

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  1. I reckon some studio bigwig made them change it to ‘teal and orange’ so it’s like every other hollywood movie these days :(

  2. Thats fantastic. I think I like the update better with the floor, colour scheme and brushed metal.

    Seriously though you ought to get approached to do some work for the movie.

  3. As U2/Bono used to sing: “Even better than the real thing”! Congratulations again James. If I work at Disney…

  4. I am literally nursing a semi here at the prospect of seeing the new Tron film!
    New version is definitely cool – the waves are a nice addition in the ‘light cycle’ streaks.

  5. I really love the new colors and the surface of the disc. The more subtle changes are awesome too.

  6. I like some of the others prefer the neon green but I am bias as that is in my top 3 of favorite colors.

  7. the first version was really great… buuuut… the second one is rockin’ more a lil bit

    i really love the colors n details…
    sooo fresh ;D

  8. Please please please do a 1920 dual screen wallpaper of this. My desktop needs more badassery.

  9. I love the revisit, the complementary colours work great.

    It would be great if you could do a tutorial or step by step of how you did the revisit. It’d be appreciated a lot.

    Great work like always James!

  10. The past one is very raw, when I saw it I can’t believe it is your design!
    However the new one is fantastic, very detail :D

  11. When I first heard early last year about Tron Legacy coming out I myself was thrilled. I began searching for wallpapers as I too had watched the trailer. When I found your wallpaper I had to have it and it has been riding on my iPhone ever since then. Thanks for the awesome wallpaper. It’s nice to be able to thank the “Creator” hehe.

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James White is a digital artist and speaker hailing from Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada. With over 20 years of experience, James has worked with many international brands and has taken the stage at design conferences across the globe. He loves hot pink, chrome text and stuff from the 1980s.

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