This is my absolute favorite villian from the Batman universe! This is also one of my favourite renditions of him. (I REALLY hope he's going to be in Arkham City)
Great job with the render (I know this is more than a year old, but still), and the pose really suits him. Since I have very little experience with renders, there's really no valid criticism I can offer.
"And at the end of fear, oblivion!" - Scarecrow. He is easily my favorite of the lot in Arkham, maybe even in the top out of the whole DC universe, you have done well with his appearance here, easily one of my favorite depictions of him so far. Well done sir.
P.S. Photography is still a more than valid artform. Your an artist with a camera Your statement is more than valid about the glare on him haha. I made this idk how long ago. I've improved idk how much, so when I look at this I'm like whoa, i messed up, believe it or not
lol. i just see stuff like "overexposure" in the above, for example
as to photography as an art form: i've had long arguments with people over this. I recognise photography can be an art form, but i don't consider myself an "artist." the way i see it, i don't make art. i really have no talent for "art." What i CAN do is SEE art/beauty in the world around me, and my camera is my way of trying to show others how beautiful the world we live in really is. I'm just recording what i see, so that maybe others can see it also.
but getting the shots itself can sometimes be an art itself. Art is just expression. Even if you don't consider yourself as an artist, then maybe a visual historian? Since your capturing the moment with your camera?
go for it and use it as you want haha. And I'm pretty blunt about things, but I'm a pretty open minded individual I always try to understand where someone is coming from and maybe hopefully meet them in the middle haha. Everyone has their own perspective on things that should be respected, some more radical then others
haha thanks . But I've been told by some that this outright sucks. Believe it or not I've improved ALOT because of that feedback. But it's good to hear that is still liked by some . Thanks though, that just made my day.
Hehe, true that, mate I have many other students in my class who are definitely very creative and stuff, but they are also very stuck up and serious when it comes to critisizing the work of other people. What's the real point of looking at someone's art and only telling the artist what's wrong about their art, when you also easily can say what's good about it? ^^