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BATMAAAAANN-N! by TheWoodenKing BATMAAAAANN-N! by TheWoodenKing
I drew a BATMAN.
and i thought about giving a modern flare to the old 60’s suit!
i'm still not sure about the bat-signal that i gave him but we'll once i start drawing other characters to blend into this universe.
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arnfinnur Jan 7, 2014  Student General Artist
I just love this one! 
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TheWoodenKing Jan 15, 2014  Professional General Artist
Thanks he was really fun, i cant seem to nail Robin though, he keeps coming out like a ninja...
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:icondelciderio:
I like your drawing. Batman is the best character for artists to try experimental versions. Even the DC editors noticed this Batman's particularity.
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TheWoodenKing Dec 9, 2013  Professional General Artist
i agree, he's really fun to draw and every time i draw him he has a different design.
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:icontommythesquid:
His chest emblem is sick!
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TheWoodenKing Dec 9, 2013  Professional General Artist
high five!
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:icondiegotripodi:
Awesome version of Batman! :batman:
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TheWoodenKing Dec 9, 2013  Professional General Artist
Thanks man! i'll try and draw some more characters when i have time :)
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JulioCMiranda Nov 27, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
This was eye-popping and instantly grabbing
due to your striking use of colors, sure,
but the giant purple and appropriate use of the Jokers 
(or whoever the Batman is fighting) laughter makes this a curiosity.

The Batman almost has a look of unsure awareness,
having his combatant out of the picture gives me the impression
that his enemy is being a trickster, striking Batman where he can't see,
or moving too fast for an already beaten-up caped crusader.

This was a refreshing and enjoyable take on one of the best vigilantes that
ever graced imagination, so many thanks to you.

You've fed me well. :)
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