Now, I may be in the vast minority here, but I've always preferred Batman Returns to the original Batman movie. Michelle Pfieffer's mental breakdown in her apartment, the Penguin's origin as a little boy taken in by a carnival's freak-show after being abandoned by his parents, and the whole thing being set in a Gotham Winter. If you haven't seen the movie in a while, you've probably forgotten that Christopher Walken was right in the middle of all of it. At a point in his career where he could still come off as extremely menacing, he played Max Schreck: a crafty businessman trying to fulfill his legacy and pass on to his son a new power plant that will secretly suck electricity from the homes of Gotham's citizens. Rewatching the movie, I never felt that Christopher Walken, or Batman Returns, got the praise that it deserved. My idea was to draw a picture moments after he pushes Selina Kyle through that window.
Once again, everything is digital. Looked to some Hugh Ferriss architecture for the buildings. Wanted to get away from my standard body shape and tried exaggerating the proportions while still looking a bit like Walken. Also, was struggling a little bit with my lines being too thin. So I layed a copy of the lines on top of themselves and that seemed to do the trick.
Go to my personal blog to see the process: Still-Reaching