Discussion in 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice' started by superadam87, Jul 23, 2013.
Here are 2 that I found.
Just playin with the old new look with the Bat sig
Good stuff Slugster! I really dig that suit
I'm trying to get a little Adam West Batman look smaller ears and cowl sort of
Fantastic image but imho the Superman should be written on the orange sky and the Batman should be written on the night sky.
You read from top to bottom, so you are seeing Batman iconography but are reading an upside down Superman and with the Superman iconography you are reading an upside down Batman.
Good job there!
I like the fact that Superman's right in front, yet Batman gets to photobomb the whole thing. t:
Here's my take on a new batsuit:
FULL SIZE HERE: http://img855.imageshack.us/img855/7999/7m2e.jpg
I tried to give the Arkham Origins suit I used as a base a more "fabric feel" while still looking protective and durable. I also like the idea of a grey batsuit to distance the new series from the Nolan trilogy. I kept the cape from Batman Begins though because I think it looked great (and I just hate the leather/rubber combo you seem to see everywhere these days). I decided to add lenses to the cowl very late in the process, you can think of it as a removable device (because I don't like the idea of fixed lenses).
I was just going to recommend that you share your manip in this thread.
Perfect job. Looks flexible, but tough. Cloth-based, but not cheap looking. The colors are also faithful to the comics.
I just couldn't resist lengthening the ears and adding facial hair
love the top pic
I gave the long ears a good matter of thoughts. But its just not working in real life. I have a pretty good experience with bat cowls actually and the problem with long ears is that if you make the mask out of urethane rubber (and honestly maybe I'm not thinking enough out of the box but there's really no other way to make one that would be both safe for the actor and good looking on screen), you can either fill them during the casting process (and the cowl would then be almost impossible to wear properly with the added weight, needless to say that you would move in it like a zombie) or leave them hollow (and then whenever the actor moves the ears will wobble like crazy).
As much as I like the bat silhouette with the long ears, I think that's something we won't see on screen (unless they go for CGI ears, or some very complexe engineering in the cowl).
^ Good answer. Unless this is a call for long CGI batears
I like it
It definitely isn't. I like to keep things practical I mean one of the reasons why Ryan Reynolds didn't quite work as Hal Jordan/GL has IMHO necessarily something to do with the fact that he never actually wore the uniform.
Not strictly related to Batman vs. Superman, but couldn't resist posting for the philosophy buffs out there. From Jose Quintero's Allegorical Superheroes series, I give you Friedrich Nietzsche's Übermensch vs. Superman:
Use this image:
This is stunning. That would be great if the first teaser posters went a more artistic route.
Someone should totally paste a Batman Vs. Superman logo on this and make it look like an official poster, credits and all!
I have baited breath waiting to see who is cast as WYOMING KID.
Batman/Superman, Henry Cavill As Superman
This is the second "redesign" for my upcoming Batman/Superman artwork.
In this piece I mainly focused on the shield, using some earlier designs by Peter Rubin, mostly because I truly enjoy how the super suit turned out in Man Of Steel. I picked a design based on the Fleisher cartoons thinking of how Superman's suit should work in another environment and next to Batman's but I also tried to put the emphasis on the aftermath of the "fight for Metropolis". And the shield's new colors outline his mourning of the losses during the battle.