> > Your image does look better, except then the cowl does not match with the armor and that bat symbol stands out so much it could be used as a marker for target practice by criminals.
> The cowl isn't supposed to match the armor. I'm just making it look more like the comic book black-and-gray Batman, while retaining the realism.
> Actually, the reason Batman wears (or used to wear) the yellow symbol is the same reason why Frank Castle wears a huge white skull. Because it draws gunfire, and his chest is covered in kevlar. Take another look at Dark Knight Returns. He mentions it.
> Also, the picture that I think you're talking about is WAY too well lit. That much light and a totally white background just kills the picture.
Yeah, I heard about that explanation in the Dark Knight returns for the oval yellow symbol. Not quite sure I buy it, but it makes sense at least for wearing it in the short run, before alternating to another costume.
Yeah, in the darkness the new suit looks much better. Just about everything and anything looks bad in too much light.
> Yeah, I heard about that explanation in the Dark Knight returns for the oval yellow symbol. Not quite sure I buy it, but it makes sense at least for wearing it in the short run, before alternating to another costume.
Batman actually explains that that is why he wears the yellow in DKR, if you didn't get that. Although he does later switch to the black in the same book, which I suppose doesn't make a lot of sense.
If you haven't read it, pick it up. It's fantastic.