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Heath Ledger as The Joker - Oil Pastels - Mixed Media on colored paper - DC Fan Art

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Why so serious? 
The Joker - illustration in mixed media on colored paper. 
Mainly oil pastels, also markers and brush pens. 
8.27 × 11.69 inches

1 of the best villains ever. Watch how this piece came to life here 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3q83hUoRZsE&t=134s

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About Artist

Heidi Ahmad

an illustrator and colorist working freelance in Egypt. I graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts and I work in a variety of styles in both the digital and traditional forms. Drop me a line whenever you need illustrations for your business or a unique gift for a friend or family member! https://www.heidigfx.com/

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Descending

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