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Coin Flip by ADDICT-Se Coin Flip by ADDICT-Se
I had a lot of fun with this drawing--even though Harvey's hair looks a bit 80s yuppie ;D

~~Edit~~
Quickly added some pennies and poker chips, as well as some more shading
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Sarah990 Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2014
Awesome job! Love it
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Stealwave Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2014
Is he dead?
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kit07 Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
To be fair, I generally always have an image of being an 80s yuppie. 
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ADDICT-Se Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2014
Right? XD I think it fits his character pretty well… And it doesn't help that I watched American Psycho not too long ago, haha :P
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Dr-InSean Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2014
Great artwork for a great villain.  LOVE this scene!

If you don't mind a little bit of constructive criticism, the red half and normal half of Harvey's face don't look like they really connect, kinda like the the red half is laying on top of the clean half rather than being burned into his face.  The outline is a little thick on the red half too.

Besides those little things though, the detail is amazing in this pic!  You did a great job segueing Harvey's clean mouth to his red mouth and I know that couldn't have been easy.  The look on both faces are also fantastic; Harvey really looks defeated and out of it while Two-Face looks like his face is truly incapable of any kind of expression but still has that menacing scowl that makes him famous (well, besides the 2-faces thing).

Little touches like Batman's face, "Justice" and 1939 and the pile of cards also make this picture a must-see.  I'm not sure why Two-Face is laying on a pile of playing cards, but in a city like Gotham, there's always SOME reason or another.
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ADDICT-Se Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2014
Thank you so much! Especially for the critique :) it's always great to have constructive criticism on my work, it really helps me take a second look at what I've done and think on how to improve it ;D (I actually did go back and edit it--not too much thanks to work, but I did what I could!)

The segue from clean mouth to scarred mouth was probably the most fun to draw :) it was clear in my head how to do it, but it was difficult trying to make it look natural. Thank you for noticing! (And I'm especially glad that the 1939 didn't go by unnoticed, either!)
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Vilecannon13 Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
Awesome job! At least the coin said to do good.
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J4B Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Really good job on that seared flesh. Well done I say.
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ADDICT-Se Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2014
Thank you! :D that was definitely the part I had most fun drawing <3 
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ChasehaWing Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2014
Is he dead?
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