The Joker:Well,Hello there beautiful! Watcha lookin' at? Is it the scars?You wanna know how I got em? Hey look at me! So, I had a mother, who wanted to dress me up for Halloween. A drunk mother who tells me I don't look scary enough . So,she keeps drawing over my mouth with her lipstick telling I don't look like a scary clown. You know what she does? She takes a kitchen knife and slits through my mouth , hah and you know what she loves it. That was the last of her though,hm!
Ok hope whatever I made up there on top wasnt bad!
Contest: Halloween Hoo Doo Competition by . The [link]
Media- Graphite 4H to 6B and Faber Castell Color Pencils
Time: Phew! More than 20 hours to get all those details there.
The YounGester Again part of #FeedbackFrenzy project. and first of all I have to say -fangirlattack- The portrait is amazing! it islook so good and os realistic and so well done and the smile and the stuff and everything, it just makes a great composition. The amazing details on the joker clothes amazes me and the killer look that he is giving is really good indeed. The remarks and contrast done plays in favor and in aganist the pic. Sometimes is alittle to much and looks more like plastic than skin however is ok because this is the joker of the games and not one of the actors. I mus say there is alittle black thingy on the upper right, I'm not sure what it is but I'm not sure it doesnt belong to the pic. Also the cards are the one breaking the composition because the center must be the joker and with the card coloured it is just dustracting, the cards are well done I have to say but they would be better only in black and white and if you wanted something to atrac attention Jokers eyes and smile would made a great choice but that is my personal oppion.
Ok To end this I have to say, this is one of the better fant arts of the joker I have ever seen and I'm not litying I defnetly love this. Amazing job commarade
Hy, I'm Sparky from I was really scared, you made the joker so creepy I love the way you draw him, he's really realistic And you made it dark so he really get that creepy grin The only disadvantage of the drawing is in my opinion is the background. To me it looks like a digital background with was placed behind the drawing at the end But still it is a great drawing and also very creepy
Hello there! I'm here for 's Feedback week! Here to critique your wonderful art! And I really must say, this is spectacular! I love it! You've given off the fun yet creepy feel of the joker in a very realistic portrait. The pencil work is absolutely fantastic! You've got the cartoony, animated style of the joker but done in a very realistic and thrilling way. And the design on your cards fits perfectly! I adore this! But there are a few things I would suggest Firstly, the face is very dark. I understand the joker is a dark character, but i suggest adding more vibrant highlights, just so that here is diversity in his face and jacket. Brighter highlights will bring the character out more and make him even more realistic. Also, the thing that bothers em the most about this picture is the cards. It's not so much that they are in colour and he's black and white, but the fact that he and the cards don't seem to connect. Personally, I think the picture could have been perfectly fine without the cards, even though I like their design and how they were done. What I would suggest as a better alternative to removing them would be to either have him interacting with the cards or fill the entire background with them (or at least within the wonderful border you have there). If he was holding/throwing/ interacting in some way with the cards, they would make much more sense in the picture then they do now. If they filled the entire background, not only would they make him (the only black and white figure in all the colour) stand out, they would also busy up the picture and cause for more excitement. And I think excitement is really something that the joker stands for and tries to achieve. Also, before I end this, two minor details I wanted to point out (because where would be the critique in me if I didn't?). First, the cards. Why do some have a border and others do not? I think they fine without. Second, His smile. I wold suggest emphasizing the cuts on either side of his mouth. I do't really see them in this picture and that would be one of the main points of the joker that you'd want to have showing. Overall, I loved this piece. The joker is extremely well done and the mood is very evil and fun. You have a great talent with realism and drawing such a unique character, I really hope to see more! Remember to plan out your works to see what works and what doesn't so that you can incorporate all your nifty ideas in a way that works! Just keep up the amazing work!
First of all...that joker face. Awesome. The image isn't loading so I have no idea how close you are to the reference but the expression, the distortion of his face, and his kind of...carnival suit clothing is really iconic. Even though this is B&W I could see the green hair, red lips, and of course those creepy eyes.
Since this has a strong sense of realism, having the cards floating there feels disjointed. They're not blended into the background enough to fall back into that frame (although they're behind him). I think it would help if he were holding the cards up to add that structure, though obviously you'd have to relocate them a bit.
I am thoroughly impressed by your sense of light/dark, though.
Once again, I'm from ! I love love love the Joker! He's so fun and dreadful, though surprisingly enough he's not considered a serial killer... food for thought, huh? I like the intensity of his stare and the texture you put in to his clothing. On the other hand, I feel like the cards are so brightly colored but they're not really balanced and therefore they're more of a focal point than the Joker himself. Perhaps if you colored something about The Joker, it would have been both a throwback and a balance to the cards. I would say his eyes or lips would be a great feature to color. I love the seriousness but also cruelty that comes off from The Joker. I believe it works really well. My next question, though, is when am I going to see Catwoman?
Hy Zaki I've made a feature especially for my watchers and I would like to thank you for having faith in me and being supportive for all this time [link] I hope you like it ( even for me it's a sheer mess) and have a wonderful New Year
Whoa this is amazing, Joker looks incredible. I love all the details especially on the cards how you made them look worn with the little tear and gave them that little tannish color. I love the angle as well and how Joker looks like he's just looking at you giving u an evil little grin haha. Awesome.