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The Clown Prince of Crime by quin-ones The Clown Prince of Crime by quin-ones
From the Lille Comics Festival, 2010.
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LILY-m Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
I like it! Beautiful work!
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altrondragon Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2012
bitching rendetion. Like it.
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quin-ones Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2012
Thank you.
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DaleNorvell Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2012
I love the unique, layered texture that watercolor or gouche gives off. And I love seeing iconic comic characters portrayed with it, so this is fantastic. I like the classic Joker here, and somehow it evokes the animated series for me. But that's probably just because he hasn't been portrayed this way outside of comics since then. Unless you count the Arkham games.

:clap: :+fav:
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quin-ones Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2012
Thanks! For me, Batman: The Animated Series holds the definitive interpretations of the Batman universe. I was indeed trying to make my Joker a bit of a call back to the Bruce Timm designed one - glad it comes through!
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DaleNorvell Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2012
I agree. I know for me personally that Batman: The Animated Series solidified in my mind the demeanor and voices of Mr. Freeze, Two-Face, Joker, and Batman himself. I always hear Kevin Conroy's voice when I read Batman comics. And though I'm open to new interpretations of Batman in other animated series, it's still always jarring for me to hear someone else's voice come out of his mouth. Takes an adjustment period to settle in. The same applies to Mark Hamill's Joker. :nod:

But I guess most of fandom feels the same way. ;)
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robertwilsoniv Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2011
Beautiful work, I'd love to see you on a Batman book.
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quin-ones Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2011
Hah, me too! Thanks.
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Jedd-the-Jedi Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2010  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I really like this. He looks malicious yet at the same time gleeful, which is exactly how the Joker should appear.
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quin-ones Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2010
I agree. Glad you like it.
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