Well, first of, I have to say - DAMN! YOU SHOWED US SOME AWESOME COLORING SKILLS THERE MAN! I simply LOVE how you did all the shadings (especially on clothes and their faces), the movement, the gun, the smoke, the cards falling, but what astonished me the most there is the passionate expression that Harley has! I mean, I do have problems when drawing women, and probably many of us do, but with a comic twist added there, I simply DON'T KNOW HOW DID YOU PULL IT OFF! WOAH! However, what is bothering me a bit here is Mister J's expression on the right. You added some splendid shadows and colors on him and AN IMMENSE SMILE ON HIS FACE (and I'm a major smiles lover), but this one, somehow, didn't got to me. I mean, yeah, most of us know that he had fallen into the chemicals and they were the ones that caused his face and skin to deform, but he remained a human (and that's what makes him one of the best villains EVER!)! Here, he seems more like a demon, monster or another unnatural fantasy being to me. Maybe it's the effect that you wanted to represent here, but I have to admit that the size of the teeth, the position of the smile, jaw, face and "the demonic" look overall did repel me a bit from your drawing.
Over all, AMAZING piece of art and very well done! I hope I see more of Joker fanart from you!
I love this! Your drawing skills are excellent & your painting technique & use of color is superb. I like the "demonic" look of the Joker's face. Plenty of DC artists have exaggerated the Joker to appear almost inhuman.
An impressive piece!
I'm not registered to give critiques, but I would suggest watching certain tangents where objects meet. For instance, the card behind Quinn looks a bit like it's coming out of her nose and the Joker looks like he might be about to chow down on the card near his mouth....