Just in time for Halloween! Well, not quite. But this is what I spent most of Halloween Night doing.
Assignment for Drawing for Sequential Art--draw an interior enviroment, with at least four figures. The class decided on a mental institute. I was sure it was going to be kinda boring, and then I suddenly went on a Batman kick (I blame the Riddler--why are you in my brain?!?!). Sor it's Arkham Asylum. Good old Arkham.
I'm...reasonably pleased with this. Not ridiculously so, but it's got its high points. It has it's low-points too, like not being about to tell the girl doing the high-kick is Harley, not being about to tell the shadow in the doorway is Two-Face, and not being able to tell the things coming out of the doorway are vines. But then again, considering all the detail work as a 4AM job... eh.
Oh, and that's the Riddler on the side. He's writing a riddle, of course. In blood. It's so hard to make him distinctive without the bowler aht/spandex. Y'know, something I find odd is that, in the only comic I've got where he's got a cameo, they let him wear his mask while in the asylum. Wonder why? Maybe cuz it just looks cool.
I love the gassed police man, though. Easily my favorite part to do, and the only one that came out exactly how I wanted.
If I ink this when I get it back (which I think I might do--for practice), then I guess I'll move this into scraps.