Assorted set-dressing graphics
Catwoman's security screen; Gotham city crest and police logo; Gala banners; wanted posters in Gordon's office.
Batman bathroom portraits
On the walls of Batman's bathroom are many portraits of him doing things the way Batman knows best - alone. At first there was only a couple of portraits, but then more and more were added, which required some creative activity brainstorming (what would Batman do in his spare time?)
Dick Grayson design concepts
Some of the many many posters and set dressing graphics created for Gotham city. Wherever possible we were encouraged to sneak in cameos and references, so there are many small and large references to DC characters and places.
Posters in situ
Animated screensaver sequence
Screen and surfacing graphics
Motion graphics for Batman's Phantom Zone Projector break-in sequence; cowl HUD display; Batmobile interior.
Animated Bat computer graphics
Wayne Manor portraits
Over fifty paintings were created for the decadent dining hall of Wayne manor, ranging from family portraits to famous homages. These are some of the snaps of the Waynes in happier times.
Portraits in situ
Cockpit surfacing graphics
Because the world of LEGO is made up of rather chunky bricks, it falls to surfacing graphics to pick up the details. An extensive use of graphics fits out the interior of this cockpit (planes have a lot of switches and gauges it turns out).
Control panel graphics
Batman wardrobe selection screen graphics
Seen at left in frame. A lot of Batman's computer graphics were intended to be low-fi and pixely, so I had a lot of fun making 8-bit Batmen.
Label graphics and Reggae Man costume design. The costume had to tie back to Robin's outfit while still looking like its own costume.
Bat signal logos
Cockpit window decals
I created the surface detail graphics for a large portion of the vehicles in LEGO Batman, including interior and exteriors (unfortunately they fly by the screen very fast).