Monday, April 21, 2008

Batman investigates a crime scene


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This is an image I created in Photoshop. Though it really has nothing to do with theology, I'm just posting it for comic relief...just for something different. The construction signs, binoculars, broom, and the little yellow guy, I drew in Illustrator. Batman, the Riddler, and the pyramids were all taken off the Internet; I just cut Batman and the Riddler out of their respective backgrounds in Photoshop. The shadowy mound that Batman is standing on, I did in Photoshop. And of course the words and word balloon and thought balloon, I created in Photoshop.

6 comments:

thekingpin68 said...
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thekingpin68 said...

I will share this with links interested in comics/Batman.

Anonymous said...

Batman joke

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IIAiXDmkGvs

Jeff said...

I'll probably be posting more Photoshop stuff, since I enjoy doing stuff in Photoshop. So as to not be completely off-topic, I'll try to relate it to theology somehow, next time. At work, I'm supposed to come up with a superhero-themed cover for the newspaper's magazine before next week, so I'll either use Photoshop or Illustrator (or possibly both) to do that.

satire and theology said...

Good work with the art, Jeff.

Jeff said...

Thanks, Russ. That stuff was relatively easy compared to what I was working on at work today. I was creating the cover for the weekly magazine that is included inside the newspaper. They wanted a comic book theme, so I was drawing superheroes in Adobe Illustrator CS2, as well as a silhouette of the city's downtown area, for the background. I stayed late, and its still not completely finished, so I need to finish it tomorrow at work. Some of those effects in Photoshop only take a minute or two to do, but drawing from scratch in Illustrator can take hours, if a lot of detail is required.