Joker Realism Piece

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  1. Mortified Penguin

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    OMG V4.
     
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    v4 FTW. great job :)
     
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    The last one up there is better. I like it.
     
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    can you move the render into the middle of the place? or picture is cutoff? it would look better with shadow if u could do that
     
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    I like v4 the best.
     
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    that last one is dope I like this LP good work
     
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    Thanks all.
     
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    Needs stronger light to match with the Joker.
     
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    Thanks for the comment.
     
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    ^ This one is the one I like.

    This scene to me looks like Batman is making a grand entrance to confront the joker.
    That said, the people on the left doesn't look suprised to see a batman logo burnt into the glass with bats flying through.

    I chose this one than the other because of the lighting enforced onto the joker. It works better, but it still needs improving.

    The burnt batman logo (deprived from the film) could use a bit more detail. It looks a tad smudgy.


    Good job sir :P


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    Thank you sir. Yes Batman is indeed planning a grand entrace. The people are frozen in time (It was part of the idea, where everything else freezes and the Joker and Batman face off) so that's why they haven't reacted. The flame is smudgy because I didn't want it to distract from the focal, being the Joker.
     
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    great job with the color blending..keep up the work
     
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    Thank you.
     
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    you lucky ------

    *handsoverflowers*
     
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    Eh people are just nit picking way too much. It's a great piece and you did a wonderful job creating a dark scene out of a beautifully lighted room.
    You have all these replies yet most are negative, while other pieces are getting positive replies yet aren't even half as good.
    You did a great job and I love it, others just don't want to admit a good thing when they see it.
    Nothing wrong with leaving negative criticism but back it up with constructive positive criticism as well.
     

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