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    Entries in Batman (6)

    Sunday
    Jan152012

    Dark Knight Daughter: The Huntress by Kevenn T. Smith

    In the late 70's and early 80's, the character of The Huntress that appeared in DC Comics was Helena Wayne, the daughter of Batman and Catwoman on the alternate Earth known as Earth-2.  She was a member of the Justice Society and also had her own series of back-up stories in the Wonder Woman comic book.  DC Comics has just announced that the Earth-2 Huntress character will be appearing in a title called "World's Finest," alongside her best friend, Power Girl, also an Earth-2 character.

    I thought I'd take the opportunity to dust off this old piece and give it a touch-up.  I was never quiet 100% happy with the way it looked before.  It was one of the first times I had tried to color digitally - with the background -  while integrating it with hand colored aspects - The Huntress herself.  I didn't feel like the two "meshed" together as well as I'd like.  Now, after going back, I'm a lot happier with the final outcome.

    This illustration is available as 8 by 12 inch prints on regular photo paper $20 + $8 shipping; or on metallic photo paper (which I highly recommend, because the quality is vastly superior!)for $25 + $8 shipping. Please use the "Contact Me" form at the top-left of this page to request one and inquire further about pricing and sizes.

    Pencil, ink, Prismacolor color pencil, and Photoshop
    Huntress ©DC Comics 2012

    Monday
    Sep212009

    A Not-Too-Dark Knight - Batman Artcard

    This next artcard that I'm spotlighting is of the Caped Crusader, Batman.  Everyone knows Batman.  For this artcard, I wanted to do an homage to the logo for Bruce Timm's Batman: The Animated Series, yet rendered in my own style.  Batman is pretty hardcore, so I wanted to give him stubble to show that sometimes he spends a lot of hours on the job.  At the same time, he's also Bruce Wayne underneath that cowl, so there needs to be an element of "handsomeness" to the face.  Bruce Wayne is supposed to be a charming millionaire playboy.  When I started reading Batman comics in the early 90's, one of my favorites things about many of them, was how they depicted the night sky using colors other than black.  My favorite was this teal green sort of color.  That was where I pulled the inspiration from when it came to coloring the night sky for this piece.

    This artcard is available as prints. Please use the "Contact Me" form at the top-left of this page to request one and inquire further about pricing and sizes.

    Batman Artcard ©Kevenn T. Smith 2009

    4.25 x 5.5 inches cardstock.

    Pencil, ink, Prismacolor pencil, Prismacolor marker.


    Batman ©DC Comics 2011

    Sunday
    May312009

    Earth-2 Huntress: Helena Wayne

    This is a commission that I did for my friend and writer, J.H. Moffat who runs the online urban fiction magazine, Drops of Crimson.  This piece is of the Earth-2 Huntress, Helena Wayne.  Earth-2 was a parallel earth where Batman and Catwoman had their career in the 1940's and ended up marrying and having a daughter, Helena.  Catwoman was eventually killed, and Batman died, and Helena carried on their legacy as the Huntress.

    The newer version of this illustration is available as prints. Please use the "Contact Me" form at the top-left of this page to request one and inquire further about pricing and sizes.

    e2_huntress_kevenn_t_smith

    Pencils, Ink, Prismacolor Color Pencils, Photoshop, and Adobe Illustrator.
    ©Kevenn T. Smith 2011



    Earth-2 Huntress
    ©DC Comics 2011

    Thursday
    Oct022008

    Art For Mid-Ohio-Con Part 1

    Here are some of the artcards that I will be selling at Mid-Ohio-Con this weekend.  If you're going, please drop by my table in the Artists' alley and say hi:
    Batman Portrait:
    Batman Portrait Artcard by Kevenn T. Smith
    Joker Portrait:

    Joker Portrait Artcard by Kevenn T. Smith
    Penguin Portrait:

    Penguin Portrait artcard by Kevenn T. Smith
    Poison Ivy Portrait:

    Poison Ivy Artcard by Kevenn T. Smith
    1990's Catwoman:

    1990\'s Catwoman Artcard by Kevenn T. Smith
    Zatanna:

    Zatanna Artcard by Kevenn T. Smith
    Harley Quinn:

    Harley Quinn Artcard by Kevenn T. Smith
    Huntress:

    Huntress Artcard by Kevenn T. Smith

    Tuesday
    Aug262008

    Stephanie Brown: Spoiler/Robin IV

    I was a fan of the DC Comics character Spoiler from the first time I read a comic with her in it.  I believe it was Robin #3.  Since then, I tracked all three of her previous appearances in Detective Comics #647-649, where her first outing as a costumed vigilante was told.  Spoiler is pretty much the only non-powered teenage vigilante that wasn't a derivative of anyone; especially not a male hero.  I created this visual Costume History of Spoiler as my own entry in the grassroots online support to bring the character back from her apparent death in the War Games storyline.  This piece shows the evolution of her costume through the 90's and into the present decade, including many of the looks that artist Pete Woods gave her during his lengthy and classic tenure on the Robin title.

    Spoiler was always a favorite character of mine.  She is determined, headstrong, fun, and comes from a blue collar background.  She doesn't have millions of dollars and isn't one of the privileged rich kids living off of Bruce Wayne's money.  Her dad was a supervillain, the Cluemaster.  Her tenure as Robin was brief, but memorable.  I am happy that DC Comics has brought her back from "the dead" under the pen of her creator, Chuck Dixon, and I hope her character continues to shine in comics for years to come.

    Stephanie Brown: Spoiler/Robin Costume History Copyright Kevenn T. Smith

     

    Spoiler and Robin ©DC Comics 2011