Done with Photoshop Elements 7.
This was the fifth poster I created in the Harry Potter/Avatar 'spoof' poster collection. This one splices Avatar with "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix".
FINALLY, the title isn't corny-looking! This was (obviously) the hardest I've done, where screencapping was a bitch, and I also had to paint a few things manually. The speed-progression (linked at the end of this description) really shows the process of how everything was does done, even though it's too fast to understand.
And man, I've gotta tell you... after you've worked with Neytiri so many times in photoshop, you don't see her as a real being anymore. At least, for me anyway. I mean, sure; when I watch the movie I accept her as "there" and love her character, etc. etc., but there are even some small snippets of times during the film where I say to myself in my mind something like, "That'd make a good long-shot."
But anyway, the credits are also finely detailed enough to take a second look... especially with the new "RDA FILMS" logo. Not much, considering it's just the RDA logo with the word "films" underneath, but still sort of... interesting, I guess. The "Jake Sully" main title was the most difficult of the title-making I had done up to this point, and even after tweaking it over and over, I still couldn't get it looking just like the original. I also still don't know how to soften the edges... and you don't do it with the "blur" tool; it's done with something else, but I really have no idea what. Someday I'll figure it out.
As before, each character is represented as in the original poster: [link]
Harry Potter -- Jake Sully
Hermione Granger -- Trudy
Ron Weasley -- Neytiri (Based on the first poster)
Ginny Weasley -- Unknown Iknimaya-Scene Na'vi Female
Neville Longbottom -- Horse Clan Leader
Luna Lovegood -- Mo'at
Cho Chang -- Unknown Na'vi Girl
The total amount of relevant time spent was approximately 19 hours. If including irrelevant time, which is time spent doing things that did not benefit the poster, like trial-and-error experiments that didn't work out, the true time is somewhere around 25 hours.
For the speed-progression of this video:
PART 1: [link]
PART 2: [link]