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A warm up of Batman using watercolor pen and ink
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just playing around and this is what I came up with
Drawn by hand and colored in CS5
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James/Jim Gordon helps fight crime & corruption as the commissioner of the Gotham City Police Department. He's also one of Batman's greatest allies.

Created by Bob Kane & Bill Finger, character belongs to DC Comics.
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A tribute to my favorite hero of all-time.

75 years of fighting crime and kicking Joker's ass.

Happy birthday, Dark Knight. Thank you for all the awesome bat-adventures that you gave to us, during all these years.



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(P.S : Killer Moth is hidden somewhere in this picture, could you find him ?!)
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I've always enjoyed batman's stories but one of the best descriptions explained that his villains are aspects of batman's personality taken to extremes. The Scarecrow for power of fear, Riddler for the logical crime solving aspect, Two face for duality of right and wrong / good and evil, etc. I just think its brilliant to think that the deeper conflict is that batman is overcoming the faults within himself and what he could have become.
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Can't wait 25th anymore! NOPE!
Photoshop quickie for upcoming Batman game.
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jim lee inspired by frank miller
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After countless hours this is finally completed.
Sketched from the Batman comic (Hush #619) showing Batman's villians gathered around him.
Easily the most ambitious piece I have ever sketched. I hope it does justice to the original work.

This was also a Christmas present for someone, printed out as 3 A4 pieces individually framed.
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after Jim Lee

pencils, markers gouache
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