Artist Raf Grassetti creates mindblowing BTAS art

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DANG, those are sweet! My favorites are Man-Bat and Croc. And that Scarecrow, HOLY COW — he followed the original (mediocre) design pretty closely, but somehow made it genuinely super-creepy. That’s some high-octane alchemy right there.
 

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It's certainly fascinating to see the DCAU designs being adapted into a different art style and it does act as an example of how certain designs can translate into different art styles; kudos to the artist.
 
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