Tuesday, September 08, 2009

Movie Batman in Neal Adams pose



This is something I've been working on on an on/off basis. Its based on an artwork
by Neal Adams from Batman #251 (1973): "The Joker's Five-Way Revenge". I did an interpretation of it using the recent movie version of Batman, with a different, city background.

11 comments:

sokkuan said...

wow!! solid!

sokkuan said...

ummm... maybe the arm and palm should be bigger than head in perspective.

drewscape said...

haha thats pretty amazing

zeropointfive said...

Hey that's pretty good dom :)

Don't have a problem with the arm but agree that a little bit bigger would make it a more dynamic perspective.

But overall, it's really well rendered

dominique said...

Thanks for the comments everyone!
Sokkuan: I think a lost a bit of objectivity with the perspective after staring at it a little too long, but I might just try that, see how it looks!
Andrew: you are amused because I have done yet another superhero poster? haha
Zero: I was contemplating putting the bat signal behind him but decided its a bit too contrived.

Amanda said...

wow... was this done with 3d modelling? nice!

dominique said...

Thanks! haha too bad I don't know any 3D modelling, this was done in Photoshop.

drewscape said...

and if it were a few years back, it would have been done with a mouse.

zeropointfive said...

Thank goodness no bat signal dom :)

It's a more serious batman and i think the bat signal would've taken away the edge :)

dominique said...

ah.. my G3 round mouse. I had to get a wacom after my last G3 mouse retired..

good point, zero!

Bella said...

crazy badass realism man, but may i suggest colored mood/lights? then it would be even trippier and a sense of warmth would be there.

(you should've used the same sandy scene from that neal adams frame, then it would have been identical lol.)