Done in Photoshop. My original size is 4500 x 1238 but I've uploaded a 2000 by 550 for the contest.
So: Superman from Action Comics #1 Aquaman from Aquaman #1 Wonder Woman from All Star Comics #8 Batman from Batman The Flash from Flash Comics Green Lantern from Green Lantern Sinestro from Green Lantern Mr. Freeze from Batman #121 Black Manta from Aquaman #35 The Joker from Batman #1 Doomsday from The Man of Steel #17 Poision Ivy from Batman #181
So, I love Doctor Fate. He's so over powered, and yet in Young Justice they keep that in check with the sacrifice necessary to summon him to our plane. For the background I've drawn him while in The Nexus of the Subtle Realms.
He's a DC character, one of the early members of the JLA, and first showed up More Fun Comics until he got his own publication.
When I saw that notification for the Scribblenauts contest, I started drawing immediately and didn't stop until I was finished! What are the odds, too: I finally caught up with Young Justice yesterday. Anyway, I was going to draw just the Robins, but I like Cass too, and I figured I might as well make the numbers even. Man, I hope multiple characters are allowed.
From left to right (I can never remember the number of Batgirls): Stephanie Brown (Robin IV/Spoiler/Batgirl) Jason Todd (Robin II/Red Hood) Dick Grayson (Robin I/Nightwing) Bruce Wayne (Batman) Tim Drake (Robin III/Red Robin) Damian Wayne (Robin V) Cassandra Cain (Batgirl)
All the characters belong to DC, Scribblenauts belongs to 5th Cell and WB Games. All of the characters have appeared in some issue of Batman.
"Okay, okay, okay! You win! We stole J'onn's cookies!"
I wanted to do something a little simpler with a couple of characters that aren't usually in the spotlight. This might actually be the cutest thing I've ever drawn.
From left to right: Ted Kord (Blue Beetle II) Michael Jon Carter (Booster Gold) J'onn J'onnz (Martian Manhunter)
All three are the property of DC, and appear in the Justice League comics at one point or another (though this scene in from Martian Manhunter #24). Scribblenauts is the property of 5th Cell and WB Games.
It's been a while since I did a comic related artwork and this one is my first in a looong time I chose Nightwing and Deathstroke because I've always been impressed by their fighting style and their costume design I wanted to translate that into the Scribblenauts Universe with a bit of exaggeration to show the intensity of their battle.
I made my first gif guys… I think a part of me died during the process. Took forever T^T animation major problems ftw
Well other than the fact I spent like 24hrs drawing and animating it, (when I should’ve been doing hw…) I’m pretty content with the way it came out. (Sorry bout the choppiness and how Beast Boy doesn’t light up or have a flowy cape .__.)
Anyways Teen Titans~
***OH. And the background I just borrowed from some other TT picture .__.
*edit* just realized beast boy is all spotty T^T idk why
9/30- Final Line version. Manga studio. Added the Titans' Tower and refined the background (kinda) I wanted to do more, but time as it is, the buildings, as is, will have to do.
Previous: My kids love the cartoon version of Teen Titans and then I saw the contest. So, I haven't drawn anything to "completion" for quite a while. Next up: Final Line pass, then the colors. I don't really care about the contest, per se, but the style of the art and the DC characters drawn that way seemed to have inspired me. PLUS, I haven't learned a new style in a few weeks, so, why not, right? Heh...
Here's my contest entry for the Scribblenauts contest. I had fun doing this. Hope you guys like it!
The following lists all of the heroes and villains present in the picture (apart from Maxwell who is on a rooftop),
as well as the DC comic issue where they first appeared.
Top row (left to right):
Aquaman - More Fun Comics #73 (November 1941) Black Adam - The Marvel Family #1 (December 1945) Superman - Action Comics #1 (June 1938) Catwoman - Batman #1 (Spring 1940) Wonder Woman - All Star Comics #8 (January 1942) Martian Manhunter - Detective Comics (vol. 1) #225 (November 1955) Green Lantern - All-American Comics #16 (July 1940) Red Tornado - Justice League of America #64 (August 1968) -- Bottom row (left to right):
Green Arrow - More Fun Comics #73 (November 1941) Hawkman - Flash Comics #1 (January 1940) Darkseid - Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen #134 (November 1970) Cyborg - DC Comics Presents #26 (October 1980) Bane - Batman: Vengeance of Bane #1 (January 1993) The Flash - Flash Comics #1 (January 1940) Batman - Detective Comics #27 (May 1939) Joker - Batman #1 (Spring 1940) Doomsday - Superman: The Man of Steel #17 (November 1992) Green Arrow - More Fun Comics #73 (November 1941)