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    Who's this artist?

    I've seen a couple of these realistic paintings done for DC comics and I'd really like to know who did them, I'm a big fan of them. I've seen Green Arrow, Green Lantern, and Aquaman and I want to know if there are more. Anyone have any idea who the artist might be?

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    There's a bajillion hits on tineye.com so I'd try searching through there and trying to find the original artist's site or something.
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    Looks like Alex Ross.
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    That is Alex Ross.
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    Why is his leg broken?
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    Thanks very much guys
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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig D View Post
    Why is his leg broken?
    So you're gonna crit Alex Ross for a little anatomical license?
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    Alex Ross is such a king
    His Superman is the only Superman,
    super intelligent, noble, sad and optimistic

    crazy leg tho
    its covered on the big poster ive got, or possible stretched to ballance that bit of the image

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    Quote Originally Posted by bcarman View Post
    So you're gonna crit Alex Ross for a little anatomical license?
    Nah, .. although why is Superman standing on Batmans feet?


    Seriously, I understand doing it sometimes for effect, and that they are usually working under very tight timelines. Still looks funny in isolation though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig D View Post
    Nah, .. although why is Superman standing on Batmans feet?
    because batman is his doormat?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig D View Post
    Nah, .. although why is Superman standing on Batmans feet?
    Because some intern plus Photoshop.

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    This is one of those quirky things about CA, the knee jerk reaction to critique. I was even in a thread where a young 'un criticized Ingres for incorrect anatomy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig D View Post
    Why is his leg broken?
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