I will admit, and not without shame, that I didn't notice the bleeding corpses nailed up until after I'd already added this piece to my favorites. I guess that's how captivated it is; I didn't have to look at it carefully to know I wanted it in my favorites. Anyhow, I really admire your ability to draw backgrounds. And for whatever reason, I really love the black balloon (I noticed that before the corpses), it just pops out in a way that seems almost comical to me, but doesn't throw off the seriousness of the image. I don't know if that was intentional, but it worked.
Я пересматриваю тонны фоток в поисках нужных ракурсов...архитектура сложная штука для меня. Хотя бывает так, вот увидел фото и понимаешь что и придумывать ничего не надо - идеальное место для задумки...стараюсь конечно отходить от этого, но не имея практики как рисовать дом с определенного ракурса - фантазия тут не поможет...^^'
Reminds me of the Abandoned Carnival area of Arkham Origins' multi-player mode. I wonder if Jack would be playing for his fandom dad, the Joker, or else relishing in toying with the heroes for his own motives.
This is both both a terrifying image and a strangely poignant piece. the detailed background is utterly gorgeous, you put so much effort into creating such a creepy backdrop for L.J. But L.J. himself is the fascinating part, that expression like he's remembering something is just brilliant. I can't stop looking at it. Utterly beautiful, fantastic work mate