Dedicated to Mumbai, my favourite city…
THIS IS AMAZING
I’m about five of these listed above. I’m not sure if that makes me extra weird.
This post. Forget all the posts that try to lift your self esteem or show fluffy kittens because they supposedly will make you happy. THIS POST has made me happier than any other post that was meant to make me happy ever has.I’m a lot of these, especially the car one. I just love listening to people talk, but I have a hard time concentrating on some voices after a while. It’s not that I don’t care or am not interested, your voice is just bland. >.
Let us take a moment to appreciate that the creators of Once upon a time understood the importance of giving Mulan armor that was fitting to her badassery.
Can you imagine how different it would look if they gave it the standard female fantasy armor treatment?
“I was sketching these villain shots for the opening sequence of “The Batman” animated series. Since we redesigned the major villains, we wanted to feature them.
The rooftop shot with Batgirl was the first drawing done when we thought about introducing her into the show!
Here are two covers to “The Batman Strikes” comic book. It was super fun to work on them with the terrific Dave McCaig. The Manbat on the cover was designed for the show by the awesome Jose Lopez!
The first Mr.Freeze was not used, but one of many fun explorations into the character. One of the main goals of the show was not to just redo everything that Bruce did on BTAS. He did such an incredible job that we wanted to go a different direction to carve out our own path. For our Mr. Freeze, I wanted to seriously rethink the whole helmet idea and make it into an ice enclosure, created buy his new uncontrollable ice powers. It would retain a nice silhouette and a nod to Bruce’s design, but still be a different idea, organically grown from a new origin. I wanted him to be skinny and frail, since his powers are not his physicality, but more his ice elemental type of powers. We went with the second design which had see-thru portions on his containment suit. If I have a chance to implement see thru plastic parts in design, I WILL. Kikaider is forever in my blood.
The Bane design was created cause I never liked how Bane went from huge to a little huger. So I wanted two versions, a smaller guy, who becomes huge after the venom is released into his body. I needed a costume that could withstand the change a little better than Hulks pants, so I went with a banding system. When he’s little the bands cover a lot of his body, when he grows, the bands separate to reveal a huge red beast. The colors also visually hint at his transformation, from bland, neutral grey to a strong red.” -Jeff Matsuda, Producer/Art Director of "The Batman" on kidsWB.