With the Deadpool movie coming out this month, I thought it was only appropriate to post this absolutely amazing Deadpool eye makeup art when I saw it. I have to admit that unlike most comic book characters like Batman, Superman, Thor, Spider-man, ect, I know absolutely nothing about Deadpool. Deadpool has never had the cultural impact that some of the bigger names have had so I’ve never had much interest into looking into the character but now that the movie is coming out and after seeing this stunning Deadpool eye art, I think I’m going to have to make time to catch myself up and find out just what all the fuss is about. Anyway, lets talk about this Deadpool makeup art rather than my comic book ignorance.
This incredibly detailed Deadpool eye makeup art was created by Tal Peleg. She is obviously incredibly talented when it comes to doing beautiful things with makeup and if you want to see more of her amazing work, I HIGHLY suggest checking out her Instagram account.
If you’d like to see some of the other amazing eye makeup we have posted in the past, I suggest checking out the Spider-Man eye makeup I’ve posted or the Riddler eye makeup from a couple of years ago.
It never ceases to amaze me just what works of art can be accomplished on the tiny canvas that is a person’s fingernails. Whether it is the exploding TARDIS fingernail art I posted in the past or the Legend of Zelda nail art I have also posted, I am always blown away by the amount of detail that some people put into painting their nails. Well, speaking of amazing fingernail art, I just stumbled upon some great Spider-Man fingernail art that I’m sure you guys will enjoy just as much as I did!
This awesome Spider-Man manicure was created by Starfish on the Beach. While all of the nails are impressive, I think I like the one on the middle finger the best with the Spider-Man logo showing from underneath a jacket or something that is being unzipped. Trying to get that tiny detail on that zipper couldn’t have been easy!
Having grown up playing games like Age of Empires, I’ve always thought medieval armor can be pretty cool although I never thought that it could also be really creepy. Well, when the Batman universe collides with medieval armor, it can make for one heck of a scary looking Joker! I am seriously worried that I may have this show up in my dreams tonight and that is not something I look forward to.
This stunning (and creepy) medieval Joker armor was created by Prince Armory. This leather Joker armor is functional and consists of a jester’s helmet with Joker mask, breastplate, drama face pauldrons, jester’s war skirt, cuisses/knees/greaves, and articulated jester shoe sabatons. All of it appears to be very well done! I wonder how much time went into this incredible Joker armor because it obviously required a lot of it to get this level of quality and detail.
Even if it is just leather, if I met somebody looking like this on the battlefield, you can bet I would be running the other direction!
If you are looking to show off your love for Bruce Wayne, I’m not sure there is a better way than to wear his company t-shirt!
I love how simple the shirt is with just the logo. It is kind of nice to have a simple design once in a while compared to most of the stuff I post. And of course, if you are a Batman fan, you can’t go wrong with a deal like this!
Although I don’t see myself ever getting a tattoo, I am now a huge fan of well done tattoos even though I found them repulsive for most of my life. Speaking of well done tattoos, I think I have found a rather incredible Batman tattoo you guys are going to love.
I’m not sure who this lucky fellow is that got this amazing work of Batman comic book art tattooed on his arm but this was inked by Ian at Ian Ink Tattoo. I’d say Ian is one heck of a talented tattoo artist!
The coloring and detail is amazing! I can’t even imagine how long it took to make this sleeve but it was definitely worth it.
If the pictures I have seen are any indication, I suspect all of the Fanboy Fashion readers have descended on the San Diego Comic Con even this weekend so I am not even sure I should bother with this post since I doubt anybody will see it but since I am stuck at home since I couldn’t afford to go to SDCC this year, I might as well and just hope that people pass this post around the show floor and maybe I can get a few new readers.
Speaking of things you might see around the San Diego Comic Con, I wouldn’t be surprised at all if you spotted some lady walking around in awesome Batman heels like these.
Etsy seller WickedAddiction is selling these incredible Swarovski crystal encrusted Batman Heels for $175. This pair of Batman high heels are hand painted and covered with more than 2000 Swarovski crystals. The price may seem a little steep but when you think about the time and effort involved in the painting and placing of more than 2000 crystals, this almost feels like a bargain.
Too bad they don’t have shoes like these for guys because I have always wanted a pair of Batman shoes that say “BIFF!” and “KAPOW!”
I consider myself lucky to have gone the first 26 years of my life without breaking any bones. Especially as a kid, it seemed like all of my friends broke something at one point or another whether it was an arm, leg or something as small as a finger. I guess that was kind of the downside of the full contact basketball we used to play which pretty much had all the violence of hockey.
Well, speaking of broken bones, Reddit user Brettman3 got bored of the plain old white cast he was sporting after breaking his wrist so he decided to color it to make it look like Iron Man’s suit.
I think it turned out pretty cool and this is definitely what I would consider taking lemons and turning them into lemonade. However, if he really wanted to make this super cool, I think a cluster of LEDs in his palm would make this the coolest cast ever!
Have you ever broken a bone and done something cool with the cast like this? If so, I want to hear your tale in the comments below and feel free to share pictures if you have them!
It never ceases to amaze me how a little eye makeup can really transform the look of a person. It can be quite jarring to see side by side pictures of somebody with and without eye makeup. However, it is not very often that you see somebody that will do anything really special with their eye makeup so when somebody goes above and beyond with some sort of geeky design, I love to feature it.
Back in February, I posted some really cool Riddler eye makeup that the Batman fans loved. Well, the same person that did that amazing Riddler makeup also did this stunning Spider-Man eye makup!
DeviantART user KikiMJ is the woman behind this spectacular Spider-Man eye makeup. I’d say she did a heck of a job! I can’t even imagine how difficult it is to get this type of precision on your own eye. I know I don’t have the coordination to do it!
If you have done any similar geeky makeup jobs, let us know because we would love to see pictures!
I’m not dumb enough to get on Batman’s bad side anyway but if Batman came at me looking like this, I would probably curl up in the fetal position and cry for my mommy. Seriously, of all of the amazing Batman cosplay I have seen over the years, this one scares the crap out of me. I’m not somebody that scares easily but this pretty much does it.
I’m not sure who the cosplayer is that is sporting this badass Batman Warrior cosplay (if you know, please let us know in the comments below so we can give them credit for this amazing costume), but apparently he was spotted at the Emerald City Comic Con last week. This particular photo was taken by Adam L Photography although I have seen others by many other people.
I’m not sure what possessed this man to combine Batman with a samurai and who knows what else, but the costume turned out amazing!
Most cosplayers have certain materials that they like to work with but I can’t recall seeing any cosplay made entirely out of cardboard or entirely out of foam. Well, apparently those are the materials of choice for one Iron Man loving Reddit user. At the risk of turning into a giant paper cut, they like to make Iron Man suits out of pure cardboard!
Reddit user royal_dump is the Iron Man fanatic with some serious cardboard cutting skills that made these amazing suits out of cardboard. Apparently they each require 1-2 weeks to make which really doesn’t seem like much time considering the number of pieces and the effort needed to make something that looks this good. They are also really skilled with foam too as the last picture is of a foam Iron Man suit.