Tag: Dick Grayson

1234. Nightwing

*** I’m still here. *** My Art Store Commission Info

1125. Red Robin

It’s a slow transition back from Batruary. ***I’m still here.*** My Art Store Commission Info

906. Deathstroke & Robin

The Robin request was specifically for the TEEN TITANS GO version, so I had to look it up. While in the middle of drawing it, I was questioning the double widow’s peak, and then realized that actually, Robin’s hair is an upside-down bat. Mind. Blown. *** I’m still here. *** My Art Store Commission Info

759. Two-Face

The place where I volunteer – We Care Arts – is having a charity auction in a few weeks. My friend Jessie – one of the teachers – asked if I’d contribute something for it. So here it is, all 22 x 17 inches of Batfamily and Batvillain glory. Easily, this is the biggest drawing …

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386. Robin

Lil Dickie Grayson, all growed up.

022 – Robin

OGBW, Dick. Stuff The Inhumans. eBay. Bid.

Nightwing

Old school, disco Nightwing. I don’t care, I dig the costume. I also forced myself to draw this since I’ve been completely unproductive, unmotivated and unwilling to work on anything.

317 – Dick Grayson: Earth 2 Robin

Joe G. Week, Part 3: The Continuing! The adult Robin of Earth 2 has two different costumes that I’ve seen, one is just sort of a modified version of the regular Robin costume with long pants and slightly worse arrangements of the colors. Then there’s this one, which I think is awesome and hilarious.

316 – Dick Grayson: Owlman

Joe Grunenwald Week, Part 2! Back in Batman #107, Dick Grayson (Robin) was exposed to some chemical that caused him to grow into adulthood. Batman – who has no problem whatsoever with placing a 10 year old child in incredible, life-threatening danger every night in the brightest colors possible – refuses to allow the now …

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234 – Nightwing Portrait

Part 2 of my contribution to the Christopher’s Restaurant art gallery that is on display from September 20th through October 31st. Jason Young and Jeff Potter, my fellow Ok, PANIC! artists, have each done five portraits of various superheroes, and they are all available for sale. If you live in the Dayton, Ohio area, go …

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