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4.41 / 5.00

Aug 5, 2012 | 5:57 PM EDT
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1000 x 1300 px
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The Drawing process can be seen here -

I spotted this Dark Knight concept poster online - f
and I thought I'd try making my own version.

I Made it in Photoshop CS6, using a Wacom Bamboo graphics tablet.
This one took 11 hours and 45 minutes to draw.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

OMG I searched exactly this pic as a wallpaper but I didn' t found it ;)
Thx :DD


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I would really love this as a Batman Trilogy DVD cover, amazing work on this.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is a truly deep and well portrayed representation of the Dark Knight Trilogy in the simplest way possible. I must say that this is truly one of the best art I've seen on the Dark Knight.


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

First of all, the idea is great (kudos to the person that originally came up with it), and your detailed version here would make a great poster for an advertisement of the trilogy boxset (hopefully it happens!). The detailing on the Joker's hair, eyes, and scar are very well done. On the Scarecrow side, you did a great job on texturing (I really like the little impression on the top of the mask).
Your lighting is well done too, they're consistent with your light sources (which I think are from the mid-left and bottom-right?). I really like the lighting on Scarecrow's eye specfically.

My only complaints are in the Bane mask connecting the two. The mouth portion is confusing, because it seems as though it's looking at an angle, unlike the top portion with the Batman ears and everything else, which appears to be facing the viewer straight on. I feel as though I should be able to see the tubes on both sides equally, instead of the right side more. I also agree with Silentjack's comment, about the jaw line looking too fat. I really think you should have drawn that line narrower, closer to how it's drawn in the "poster idea" you referenced. If you ever decide to edit this, that jaw line would be the first thing I suggest that you alter. It would really add to the sinister vibe that the eyes are giving off.

All in all, this is really well done. Like I said, the realistic detailing in this version would make a great cover for a trilogy boxset, or at least a poster advertising it. Keep doing challenging pieces like this, my friend. :)

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

cool i love it