Tag: digital art

Miracle Monday

It’s Miracle Monday. I’ve never really celebrated with art before, but thought it’d be a good time to start. I’ve come to realize over the last few years that I think I like Superman a whole lot more than I ever thought, and – gasp – perhaps moreso than Batman. But Batman is still cooler-looking …

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Captain America

So, like my previous Wolverine drawing, I still like the dumbest/worst versions of characters some times, so here is Captain America in his first TV-movie, not comic-accurate costume! See-through shield! Biker helmet! Eviel Kneviel gloves! I became obsessed with drawing this back in 2011. If you became a Patreon supporter, you can read all about …

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Robin turns 80 this week, so I decided to draw the 2nd best Robin (but 1st best Nightwing). Robin has long been a favorite character of mine, and I lament that the traditional sort of “Batman & Robin” stories haven’t been in vogue or even existed for a very, very long time. *** I’m still …

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I have a fascination/fondness/soft-spot for the dumbest/worst versions of characters sometimes. It’s not nostalgia. I wasn’t reading X-Men or solo Wolverine comics at the time this turdly version of the character was running around. Ironic appreciation, maybe? I truly don’t know. If you’re not familiar, after some sort of event thing, Magneto sucked the adamantium …

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Black Lightning

So this is a drawing for a Patreon supporter. Sorta. For some reason, I thought I’d draw the sketch card digitally, then print it out and trace it onto the card after. Um. That was dumb. The actual sketch card has nowhere near the detail or cleanliness. Sorry, Patron. *** I’m still here. *** My …

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Swantennial Tribute

Today would be legendary comic artist Curt Swan’s 100th birthday. Over on Twitter, comic writer John Arcudi is hosting a Swantennial. Various artists are recreating Curt Swan covers in celebration and tribute to the man who defined what Superman looks like to generations of comic fans. Not one to not jump on a bandwagon, here’s …

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93. The Weird

2019 ended on a very weird note for me, so why not end DCember with The Weird? Here’s hoping 2020 is a better kind of weird. ***I’m still here. ***My Art Store My Patreon Page Commission Info

92. Clayface

Golden-Age Clayface, suggested by Matt Brassfield *** I’m still here. *** My Art Store My Patreon Page Commission Info

91. Tempest

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90. The Floronic Man

Jason Woodrue requested by Jason Young. *** I’m still here. *** My Art Store My Patreon Page Commission Info