Thursday, September 18, 2008

"Let's get serious"

Ok, so there is a bit of a history to this piece. Originally, I was going to have it done by the time the "dark knight" came out in theaters. When I didn't finish it by then, I took a break on it (primarily because I had no idea what to do with the background) and I completely forgot the piece even existed. Now, several months later, I found it and finished it and now it's up for the world to see.

And I'm pretty darn sick of looking at it.

5 comments:

jayscott said...

this is probably my favorite work yet (as you should already know.)this is sweet

Chubs said...

Wow.

You're ridiculous. Period.

Dave Armstrong said...

you know... i just realized the vest has no buttons on it...

Oh well

datmama4 said...

Hey. Art good. Buttonless vest bad.

Patrick Moore said...

What's up trust fund baby. Alright i have had time to sit here and digest this joker of yours, and i can say overall it went down pretty smoothly. The composition really tells the story for me, your eye really gets thrown around alot, giving it the chaotic feel i think you were goin for. I really love how you capture the burning building, im not sure if a building that far away could give a lighting source on the side of his arm, but i can dig, it gives it a more dramatic feel and it welcomes the viewer to the destruction. The spotlights are really clever but i think you should soften up the edges on the beams, the front one just seems a bit heavy for me. the Joker might i say is really nice, i like how your style is communicated through it, the slobber is creepy by the plaid takes the cake. I really like it man keep it up.