Joshua,Thanks again for selling me some of your art. I'll post it on my site soon.You have artistic merit and can't wait to see what's in the future. Hope to view more posts.I wish you health, happiness, and success.Airborne,RM
Mmm some sweet Middleton goodness right here! I cannot wait to see the other ones. It amazes me what you can do in Photoshop.Cannot wait to see the other ones... want me to post this up tonight?
awesome contrast to have batman in daylight. always cool to see the process. nicely done!
dude that is really rocking! i've been hoping to see more batstuff from you since those sketches you posted a while back. excellent pic, excellent concept.
I am impressed by the work that you made it is original as way of coloring your works thus good continuation
It's so nice that we can see it from the first sketch!
You just keep rockin it...
It's an interesting take, especially the "cartoony" feel you have given Batman himself. I have to say I was expecting something a lot more realist, based on the other work on your web-site, but being surprised is not a bad thing!The daylight colors work well, too.
May I ask on which book this will be appearing?
Thank you for posting this! I love to read how artists work on their images.
nice batman dudei'll probably see you next week at wizworld la!
Thanks for the comments, everyone.I don't know what book this cover will end up on. I am doing a bunch of covers ahead of time, which DC will then use wherever and whenever they see fit. The good news is that I get to draw a lot of different characters. The challenge is to draw interesting images without including any specific story elements or settings that would otherwise conflict with using the covers wherever they are needed.Anyway, thanks again. I'll post another one soon.J
Awesome! Not much more to say about it. What I like the most is that the depth in the foreground complements the city. It really gives it that depth. You inspired me to start a blog myself, so take a look some time. www.joshmsblog1.blogspot.com
as always i love your batman. would love to see you on the book itself too.
whoops meefoonay = estlin i'm on the wrong account somehow. :^D
It really blows me away how much your color adds to your work. The linework alone is beautiful and graceful, but the color compliments it just perfectly.Know what I mean? Some artists' work isn't really changed all that much by color. They let the line do all the work. But you seem to hold the line back a bit, giving yourself room to let the color handle parts of the work. I think that's really great. It's unusual in comics as well, I think.
Very impressive, man!Kudos!