For those that missed me at FanExpo, here is the print that I did with the help of Ian Herring. It went over well :)
Here’s the pencils, inks and colours.
Justice League done by Pixar
Not a future movie. One of the Pixar artist is just a JLA fan & did this for fun. Pretty cool.
This is my family.
I found it all on my own. It’s little, and broken, but still good.
small gestures speak loud words
Another Good Morning
I made a thing. Heavily inspired by Olly Moss
this is the most i’ve gotten on any of my art on tumblr so far *manly tear of pride*
GOTHAM CITY’S MAP
I really have nothing insightful to add about these last two pages, other than I love the way its colored. There’s something about the overabundance of red to really highlight how the city’s in flames (it’s in flames because Firefly implanted little incendiary devices in the arms of various Gotham citizens and set them alight all at once). Props to colorist John Kalisz.
(Source: Batman: Streets of Gotham 1)
Liam Neeson as Ra’s Al Ghul in The Dark Knight Rises. His name in Arabic has been translated in the comics as “The Demon’s Head”. Ra’s Al Ghul is born to a tribe of nomads in a desert somewhere in Arabia, near a city whose inhabitants’ ancestors have journeyed to the Arabian Peninsula from China.
Marion Cotillard as Talia Al Ghul in The Dark Knight Rises. The graphic novel “Batman: Birth of the Demon” explains how she was of mixed Chinese and Arab descent.
Tom Hardy as Bane in The Dark Knight Rises. Bane is Hispanic. There is no getting around it. He was born in the fictional Caribbean Republic of Santa Prisca, in a prison called Peña Dura, and speaks Spanish as his first language. Bane is a person of color.
but it’s not racist guys cause Nolan just wants the best actors for the roles amirite?
Batman Twin Blade Batarang Pocket Knife
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OH MY GOD NEED NEED NEED
4/27 - “Then I got him killed. My partner. My soldier. My fault.”
So UC Berkeley offers “decals”, which are student-taught classes. The classes (they’re legitimate classes too! You get real credits, you have to do homework, there’s a final project, etc.) are AMAZING, and have to do with topics that students want to learn about, including but not limited to:
- Batman as American Mythology
- Disney & Our Daily Lives
- Cliches and Transgressions of Buffy the Vampire Slayer (BtVS)
- Vital Information For Your Everyday Life: Children’s Television of the 90’s
- Thirst: Water and International Human Rights
- UNICEF: Awareness of Children in the Developing World
I personally took Harry Potter and the Chamber of Analysis and Speedcubing: The Art of Solving a Rubik’s Cube (which is the advanced class - My record is 34 seconds). Either way, they have some REALLY INTERESTING classes, whether to do with culture or politics or skill-learning (there’s an archery class and a guitar class, etc.).
AND IT JUST SO HAPPENS, IN THE YEAR AFTER I GRADUATE, THEY START OFFERING DOCTOR WHO CLASSES.
REALLY, BERKELEY? REALLY? YOU COULDN’T HAVE OFFERED THAT WHILE I WAS STILL A STUDENT?
Excuse me while I try my hardest to transfer to Berkely so I can take Disney and Our Daily Lives
Batman of Shanghai: The Destiny Scroll
Here’s the complete short film for all of you~ I especially love how fluid the animation and fighting style is. Reminiscent of Kung-fu Cooking Girls.