This is actually one of the best Superman Fan Art picture I've ever saw. I mean you really captured the colors and the lighting and the whole background. It looks a lot like a live action movie that was colored in an animated way. You even captured Superman and Lois Lane perfectly. Even I loved the performances from Henry Cavill and Amy Adams.
I saw Man of Steel and it was brilliant. I'm really surprised at how many people divide about this movie. Well it's just their opinion.
By far one of the best Superman art I've seen in a while. I'm happy you did it.
Ah, it's the classic staple of many Superman movies that I have seen... Superman taking one of his only true friends Lois Lane out for a flight around the city of Metropolis, or something of similar effect. Nice to know that tradition continues in the Man of Steel movies to this day.
It's true romance between an alien from another planet and a feisty, opportunity-driven reporter with the Daily Planet. No doubt, it'll continue to be a memorable moment for ages to come.
With this drawing, you've realistically captured the tender love between Superman & Lois, and speaking of Superman, your rendition of his new outfit is pretty much spot-on. Henry Cavill will stand as one of many given the role of the Caped Wonder, and who knows how many more will follow in his place.
Overall, an incredible recreation of one of the most classic scenes of Superman movies... Keep up the fantastic work!
Yes i agreed with you! I wen't to see man of steel for the 2nd time around and i'd noticed that lois lane's(amy adams)hoarse voice maybe the reason why they pick her(Just remind me of margot kidder and teri hatcher voice). Or maybe she's pretty too for being a leading lady here...oh man i don't know
This was a great little moment in the film, a very nice shout out to the "Can You Read My Mind" sequence without taking away from the action. You've done a really good job of capturing it here, love the sky in the background, how his cape is blowing in the wind, the lens flare and the little bits of debris flying up as they land. Bravo!