Tag: Nightwing

Robin

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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1234. Nightwing

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

832. Nightwing

*** 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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546. Winter Knight

I asked my friend Joe G. to name 1 Marvel character and 1 DC. I didn’t tell him why or what I was planning. I am however not surprised he chose the adult versions of two of the most well-known kid sidekicks. But here they are, Amalgamated.

578. Nightwing

Drew this while watching The Man with One Red Shoe. I had pretty much forgotten all about it since watching it as a kid. And now, I’ve pretty much forgotten all about it since watching it this afternoon. I think I was entertained while it was on.

453. Nightwing

Nightwing

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.

236 – Black Cat Portrait

Part 4 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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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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