Well, It took me awhile, but I finally got the time to finish my Batman rogues. Let's get started.
Ahh, Two-face, one of my favorite characters. I kept his first apperance green scarring and made the choice to give a single color suit. I could say something like "it provides a neutral battlefeild for the opposing forces of his mind" but actually I did it because I like the concept of Batman's villains being very monocramtic as oppose to, say, Superman's villains. Less color, that's what I say.
The Penguin, crime's early bird. I like the way this one turned out, for it gives him the apperance of being diminitve and yet, kinda regal. Nose looks weird only slightly, but nothing to distract too much from the character(it's hard drawing his nose in profile). You may be asking "Where's his top hat?", I'll tell you. I was going for a more penguin looking penguin, so, too me, the hat was a little much. So that's why it's gone.
And because williamthebloody asked for it, Harley Quinn. I should say this now, I have a love/hate relationship with Harley Quinn. On one hand, I like her backstory: She tries to get into the Joker's mind, only to have the Joker consume her's, warping her to obsess about him. On the other hand, to me, she doesn't really act "Insane" in a sense. She acts more naive than crazy. I also think, especially in comics, she's way too sexed-up. And another thing I...ahem, I'm getting off topic. Well, here's my Harley. I tried not make her anything but insane looking. She doesn't have the greatest figure and I tried to give her that insane stare, like she doesn't have a grasp on what's going on around her, but not naive. I view it as she sees nothing but her obsession, the Joker.
I'll hopefully gets some more stuff in here soon. Till then, later.
"I wanna see the devil that's hiding in you!"- Shinjirou Hayashida; Cromarte High School