my design inspired by the joker

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The Dark Knight trilogy - alternate posters! Available here

How y'all doin?! I’m not allowed to show anything I’m drawing, but I thought I’d share a fun little thing that I’m doing. I love this series called A Movie Poster a Day (google and check it out!). Anyways, it inspired me to do my own little series.

In the style of minimalist, retro/ vintage posters, I’ll find beautiful shots and imagery within the movie itself to showcase. 

A piece I drew for a lil’ P5 contest! The theme was “Human Morgana”. I decided that as Morgana would become human, everyone else would become… considerably fluffier. I took inspiration from the protagonist’s design and Morgana’s tough “gangster” act to design his appearance. (Sidenote: Yes, Joker is the car. And Akechi is a dog for whatever reason.)

I even came up with nicknames for the rest of the cast: Jo-car, Mewji, An-nya, Kit-agawa, Meowkoto, Fur-taba, Nyaru, and Shibakechi.

Nemesis submitted: Hiya, new drawing with the shittiest pencil I’ve ever used! I know J’s supposed to have a dragon tattoo but I found it a bit tasteless.. (or I was too lazy to draw it ;). Even if it doesn’t relate to any of your writings directly, your J and Harley are almost always my source of inspiration. I don’t know why I drew that, maybe I imagined Frost entering at the wrong moment… Anyway thank you!

Hi Nemi! Wow, this is so cool, much more creative than the dragon tattoo in my opinion. I just love that he has a checklist of people to kill there, and the Harley and TDK references! That skull and snake is so Joker-ish, perfect. How I wish he had this design in canon!! The way you draw J’s anatomy is just mind-blowing. Beautiful, stunning work. Thank you so much ♥

something that came to mind of how bendy interacts with Henry and Joey

I’ll come up with dialogue later

Joey is very controlling of Bendy
(Inspiration/Design: Joker from Batman The Animated Series)

Henry is a precious dad cinnamon roll that is too pure for this world
(Inspiration/Design: Russel from Gorillaz)


UPDATE: FINISHED PICTURE HERE: X


Bendy and the Ink Machine- TheMeatley

Joey’s Design- Mine

Henry’s Design- Mine

Art- Mine

I bought The Lego Batman Movie on DVD last month (or was it early June? I can’t remember), and I pretty much fell in love with the movie all over again 😍 so it inspired me to draw their designs for The Joker and Harley Quinn in my style 😉 both of these baddies were great in this movie; Joker was friggin’ hilarious and Harley was badass B)

WIPs Meme

So I got tagged by my sister @katefarron, I’m afraid there’s nothing to exciting just a bunch of dumb drawings.

First up (The only ones I like) the cast of mine and @katefarron‘s wonderland adaption ‘King of Hearts’ (Find out more on her blog). Featuring (left to right): Alice; Abaddon, the titular King of Hearts; Miriam, Red Joker; Lilian, Black Joker; Laetus, Cheshire Cat, and his cat Dinah; The Hatter; Rapscall, Knave of Hearts; and finally the antagonistic Evelix, the Red Witch. Miriam, Lilian and Evelix aren’t inspired by previous characters from Lewis Carrol’s original tale.

This weird looking Rapunzel, It’s so gross. I tried to follow the design on a statue my boyfriend gave me for my birthday. I’m not too happy with the colouring, she looks sun burnt. 

My favourite Red head Characters from anime and games in Bikinis featuring: CUL (Vocaloid), Nabooru (Legend of Zelda), Kyoko (Madoka), Yoko (Gurren Lagann), Undyne (Undertale), Pyrrha (RWBY), Morgianna (Magi), Shura (Blue Exorcist) and Cordelia (Fire Emblem). I wanted to do this to experiment different body types but.. I don’t feel inspired to finished

Talking about bodies, EW WHAT IS THIS? I used to draw lots of lewd stuff so thought i’d give it a go on my tablet. It’s just gross what is this anatomy? and the faces. Doomed to never be finished probably. It’s Lightning and Aranea from Final Fantasy. 

Characters from my first DnD Campaign (Now ended so I didn’t feel like I wanted to finish them). The First was my boyfriend’s first character, the masochistic Bard May who cut herself for extra charisma who died. The second was his replacement character Chance, the military veteran with an addiction to luck and gambling. Finally there’s Rasha, our replacement Bard played by my friend.

Lastly unfinished portraits of some of my favourite Final Fantasy girls: Yuna (X), Celes (VI), Luna (XV) and Belle (CC:CB). I did two of lightning and Tifa but they looked odd.

So that’s all. I’ve not been drawing much recently, and if I have I finished them all so yeh.

Also I’m a lonely bum that sits and cries because I Have no friends and the only person I talk to tagged me to RIP. Tag yourselves my few followers and show off your WIPs.

anonymous asked:

Do you have any idea why Jeff the killer and other creepypasta characters are stud muffins among the naive fangirl population? I honestly don't get it. At all.

Good question! I think it mostly comes down to the fact that that’s simply what appeals to them. If someone asks me to draw a cute anime character I’m probably going to make them look bug-eyed and crooked with receding gums and bad posture. I’m going to speckle a design with random traits to make it more appealing to me. If you ask a young creepypasta fan to draw a horror character, they’re essentially going to do the same thing but the other way around, adding anime-esque traits to the designs because that’s what appeals to them. 

And from that there’s a large rise in the popularity of these more attractive anime inspired designs and that then appeals to a larger audience. People see these designs of the characters and they enjoy them and so add to the designs with their own art, cosplays, writing, etc.. 

It’s certainly strange seeing the contrast from the original source material but there’s nothing inherently wrong with that. Here’s a Freddy Krueger plushie:

Adorable! But Freddy Krueger is a child murderer who wears a fedora…there’s nothing adorable about that! But it’s totally cool to appreciate a cute design of a scary character, it’s the same thing as seeing those hyper-realistic scary re-imaginings of cute cartoon characters. People enjoy the contrast.

And I think a lot of it is due to the age of these fans, typically speaking they’re going to enjoy edgy characters with big choppy fringes because that’s what appeals to their age demographic. I mean, some of my older Jeff the Killer cosplays are anything but creepy! They look like an emo kid trying to do a Joker inspired look using the contents of their mother’s makeup bag….which was pretty much EXACTLY what my older cosplays were! XD

It’s weird and it’s pretty funny how these characters are portrayed as romantic anime sex-icons but I don’t really have a problem with it because whilst I don’t enjoy those adaptations, I do enjoy other forms of making characters appear different through a contrasting change in art style. The problem is when people attack others for portraying these characters as scary or for differing from their personal “head-canon”. That’s where the limiting of people’s imaginations and creativity comes in and that’s where I tend to draw the line. Otherwise I encourage people to create art that they enjoy creating, whether it’s scary, cute, romantic or maybe a bit of everything. As long as they respect other people’s creativity and respect the wishes of the original character/story creators then I say let them have their fun. 

Mad Love

Harley Quinn and the Joker. This is a subject that I’ve ranted about quite a bit on my own personal Facebook page several times now (and is one of the motivations to actually start this blog in the first place). The other day I was out shopping for a new pair of pants when I stopped in at Hot Topic. Front and center they had this well designed display, aptly named “Mad Love”, it was a Valentine’s Day display for Joker and Harley, inspired by the famous Bruce Timm/Paul Dini story.

Now for a quick backstory on just who Harley Quinn is. Depending on what origin story you read, it basically follows the premise that she was either an intern/psychiatrist who had an interest in serial killers and worked at Arkham Asylum. Harley (or Harleen Quinzell is her actual name) was fascinated by the Joker and wanted to learn from him. She worked her way into getting that chance, and while usually Joker ignores most doctors, Harleen introduced herself with a quick joke. “Hiya, my name is Dr. Harleen Quinzell, but you can call me Harley Quinn!”. The Joker immediately bursts into laughter, and starts talking. He made a sob story about how he was abused as a kid, and Harleen found herself quickly becoming attached to him. She helped him escape several times, and one day when seeing Batman bringing in Joker all battered up from a beating, she just lost it. She went out and got her costume, and ran away with the Joker, becoming one of the most famous and loved DC characters.

Now the thing that really bothers me, is how much people romanticize their relationship. Lets make one thing clear, they are not a cute relationship, its a classic case of clear cut domestic abuse. The Joker manipulates her, beats her, and constantly insults her. The Joker is easily Batman’s greatest villain. The Moriarty to Batman’s Sherlock Holmes in a classic case of good versus evil. He is a serial killer, and completely insane. Now, I realize that a lot of the people who tend to romanticize their relationship don’t exactly read comics very often, maybe have watched a few episodes of Batman the Animated Series and seen pictures of the two on the internet with captions like “crazy in love”. That’s why my goal is to write an informative blog post about this, because this is really important.

In BtAS, where Harley was first created for, there are many episodes that show Harley’s struggle. She instantly befriends Poison Ivy, who tries many times to get her best girlfriend away the abusive Joker. In one episode, Poison Ivy was hiding Harley from the Joker, and while she wasn’t looking, Harley called the Joker, because even though she was scared of the Joker, she couldn’t stand the idea of being away from him, and like always he finds her. 

Its like one of those Lifetime movie channels about domestic abuse, Joker will break her bones, leave scars, and laugh at her misery and he’ll manage to push her away, but before she gets too far away, he’ll bring her flowers, and give her that glimmer of hope of getting married and having babies someday.

In recent news, 50 Shades of Grey has been buzzing around, and this is no different from that. So many girls cry “relationship goals” when it comes to that book and movie, but that story is about a man who doesn’t take no for answer, abuses the main character, doesn’t care about safe words. Its wrong and abusive, yet Hollywood will gladly glorify that culture for the sake of money. The story of Harley and the Joker is no different than that. Its awful, and most DC writers do a great job of doing that. In fact, in the Suicide Squad, its been shown time to time, that Harley and Deadshot have a weird creepy thing going on, and that importantly, she is trying her damnedest to get away from Joker to the point that when she doesn’t want him, he tries to KILL HER.

In conclusion, Joker is abusive, manipulative, murderous and no wear near an ideal lover. I urge you to not romanticize their relationship. In fact, spread awareness about domestic abuse. We all know someone who are in these kinds of relationships. You hear stories, see it in movies, the drunk abusive husband hits his wife, but she loyally makes him dinner because she “loves him”. We see how awful that is, and just apply that same logic to these characters.

Thank you for reading my second blog post guys, please leaves thoughts, comments or suggestions! 

Harry Potter Revisited - Death Eaters (DH)

So far these might be the most drastically redesigned characters from this project. Yes the Malfoys are absent but this is because I wanted to draw them separately later.

Voldemort

I had a lot of fun with Voldemort’s design. My main aims were to make him more snake-like, scary looking but also stylish enough to have support for reasons outside of fear. Two of my biggest influences were Hellsing’s Nosferatu (the main reason for the piercings) and set photos of Jared Leto’s Joker. I chose Deathly Hallows as the setting so I could draw him duel wielding the Elder Wand and his own wand.

Bellatrix

I reused the movie inspired Bellatrix dress and wand Deathly Hallows Hermione had in my previous Harry Potter project. The inspiration for her skin colour came from her portrayal in Starkid’s musicals, the piercings were an extension of the choice to give Voldemort piercings and her hair was something I came up with off the top of my head.

Wormtail

I went back to my older Harry Potter drawings from the early 2000s and updated my old Wormtail design. Originally it was meant to be a recreation of his movie look but is more of my own take now. I gave his silver hand a robotic look with my main influence being Anakin’s hand in the original Clone Wars series.

Greyback

My idea here was to make him look like classic horror movie wolfman designs. I also continued the piercing idea.

Snape

First returning character of the project. Snape’s outfit here is pretty much the 9th Doctor’s.

I’m going to take a break from the Harry Potter project for a bit. I’m going to return to my Amalgam Revisited next, Pokémon 10 Years Later will be after that and then I’ll return to Hogwarts.