Drawings Of Batman And Joker Characters As Well
Batman and joker drawings, what’s the biggest draw to a drawing of Batman and Joker? There’s no question the two are synonymous with each other, in some ways. But they’re not the only reasons to draw them. After all, what’s the big deal about a drawing of Joker or Batman if you can draw a whole bunch of other characters as well?
Row One: The Classic Batman. If you ask someone what their favorite drawing of Batman is, most will say the classic version. The one with the cape and cowl, the dark suit, and the big black bat symbol painted across his chest. This iconic character was one of the first, if not the very first, comic book superhero to be drawn for the general public.
Row Two: Whiny Batman. In many ways, this is a close second, because this version of the hero has been portrayed over again by both television and film. And while some may consider him to be childish-looking, he certainly isn’t an adult, which is probably why he always seems so happy, cheerful, and bubbly in any drawing.
Row Three: Awesome Joker. Joker’s fun attitude is a trademark of his characters. He’s often depicted as clownish, insane, or even sadistic, but he’s also one of the funniest, most entertaining, and downright best characters from the comics.
Row Four: Inverted Batman. Many people don’t realize that most versions of Batman are super-rich, powerful, or incredibly intelligent. They’re also usually extremely wealthy, powerful, or incredibly smart, which gives them access to incredible resources and a great deal of resources.
Row Five: Super Beyond Batman. If you’re trying to top Batman Beyond, then you may want to consider drawing Batman Beyond as well. Whether you’re looking for the dark, evil, or just trying to take a different approach, you’ll find plenty of different characters who can help.
Row Six: Funny Joker. Of course, when you talk about comedy, you need to think about the clownish version of Batman and Joker. These two clowns can be so dark, cynical, mean, evil, and evil that they almost seem to embody everything bad about life, making it hard to find any good or humorous aspects in any of their actions. Even though the comics themselves aren’t always funny, the way in which they’re interpreted can really make the difference between a funny drawing and a great one.
Row Seven: Beyond. Finally, the ultimate Joker… the Clown Prince of Crime himself. In a lot of ways, this Joker is as close to the original Joker as any other version of the villain could be. So it would make sense to include Joker here as well.
Row Eight: The Dark Knight. If you have read the comic book series, then you know that Batman Beyond is the final, most tragic chapter of the saga. This makes it the perfect time to draw Batman and Joker at the end of their run, as the two face the consequences of their actions and fall into a state of despair.
Row Nine: Ultimate. If you haven’t read the comics, then this one is for you, as you’ll be getting a lot of what happens with the character in the Dark Knight.
Row Ten: Ultimate Red Hood. Batman and Joker at their most insane, this is a really intense version of these two characters, where the lines are blurred and a lot of emotion can be shown on the characters.
As you can see, there are a lot of different versions of Batman and Joker, and they all have their own quirks and unique qualities that make them the most beloved characters of all time. Whether you’re looking for something funny, sad, dark, crazy, or just plain mean, there’s a great version of each for you.