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The Line it is Drawn Try-Out Week 2, Group 1

Welcome to the first Week 2 batch of drawings by artists who are trying out to see if they can nab a spot as one of the regular The Line it is Drawn artists!

All day, I’ll be posting entries in groups of roughly 20 artists an entry. Check their work out and marvel at all the great talent on display here. Then, after these artists do a second drawing, we’ll ask you all to vote on your favorites. I’ll also have a group of judges vote for their favorites. I’ll combine the votes and we’ll end up with the two new regular artists for The Line it is Drawn. We’ll also be picking out one regular alternate artist for the Line it is Drawn, but I’ll let you know how we’re picking that artist a little later on.

So kick back and check out some nifty artwork, all based on the same theme as The Line it is Drawn this week, which was “Team-up two comic characters that have never teamed-up before.”

Enjoy!

I’m keeping the groups the same as last week. So if you were in Group 1 last week, you’ll be in Group 1 this week and so on and so forth.

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Richard Grzela teamed-up Hellboy and Ghost Rider…

Click here to see his Week 1 drawing.

Joe Jerin (whose website is here) teamed-up Iron man and Hardware….

Click here to see his Week 1 drawing.

Aaron Pittman teamed up Doctor Strange and Deadman…

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Click here to see his Week 1 drawing.

Jeff Langcaon (who does a webcomic called “Henchmen for Hire” that you can check out here) teamed-up Batman and bartman…

Click here to see his Week 1 drawing.

Jeremy L Lamastus teamed-up Rom The Space Knight and Crystar the Crystal Warrior…

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Click here to see his Week 1 drawing.

Paul Shinn (whose website is here) teamed up the Watcher with the Monitor…

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and also teamed-up ‘mazing Man and Forbush Man…

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Click here to see his Week 1 drawing.

Cory Stauffer (who does a webcomic called Harold the Astronaut that you can read here) teamed up Yorick Brown with Wonder Woman and her fellow Amazons…

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Click here to see his Week 1 drawing.

Don Cardenas (whose website is here) teamed up a whole bunch of people, namely Iron Fist + Chuck Norris, Karate Kommando w/ Wolverine + Snake Eyes and Super Dinosaur + Atomic Robo Vs. Amazo + Super Skrull & Juggernaut + Bane + Doomsday.

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Click here to see his Week 1 drawing.

Axel Medellin (whose website is here) teamed up Santa Claus and Frankenstein….

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Click here to see his Week 1 drawing.

Hector Rodriguez (whose website is here) teamed up Jonah Hex and the original Ghost Rider…

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Click here to see his Week 1 drawing.

Rufus Edge (whose website is here) teamed up the Invisible Girl with Invisible Kid from the Legion of Superheroes…

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Click here to see his Week 1 drawing.

Carlton Reid Beaman III teamed up Sandman (Wesley Dodds) and Rorschach…

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Click here to see his Week 1 drawing.

Andre Richard teamed-up a whole pile of suggestions as he put together 70′s era Storm and Shadow Lass, Angel and dawnstar, iceman and sunboy, The X-Men and the Legion of Super-Heroes, wolverine and disco era timberwolf, The Sailor Scouts and the Legion of Super-Heroes and Jean Grey and Death.

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Click here to see his Week 1 drawing.

Doug Nelson (whose website is here) teamed up Harbinger with the DCNU Purple Lady…

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Click here to see his Week 1 drawing.

Jamon Gott teamed up Batman with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles…

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Click here to see his Week 1 drawing.

Josh Gowdy (whose website is here) teamed up Nick Fury and Wildcat….

Click here to see his Week 1 drawing.

Okay, that’s it for Group 1! Check them all out and come back in a half hour (or so) for the second group! And keep coming back for the next few hours, as we have a lot of entries!

13 Comments

Holy cow, Andre went to town and bought a bag of awesome! Now that’s a mashup! But Cory’s actually made me laugh out loud which is nigh impossible these days. Gotta love irony… Is that irony? Probably Alanis Morrisette’s version of it. Anyway, it’s funny… so it wins for me. :)

Not that there isn’t a ton of other skill on display here! Good luck guys! It’s a fun gig, should you land it.

All great entries but I am really digging what Paul, Cory, and Josh put in.

Oh, and I thought I had a bunch of people, but way to show me up Andre! :)

Axel Medellin looks like a perfect replacement for Caanan. Just saying.

Woowoo, I suggested Hellboy/Ghost Rider, Rom:Spaceknight/Crystar, The Monitor/The Watcher, Chuck Norris/Iron Fist, Amazo/Super-Skrull, and Rorshach/Sandman

So many good pieces, voting will be tough

Carlton did a fun team up and Andre just wowed me Doug’s just made me laugh out loud. Great job to all!

Thanks guys :) btw for the curious I sort of smooched Brightwind together with Pegasus from Sailor Moon- who is that series ruler of dreams. So putting Moonstar & Death on him added another fun aspect :)

Really like Paul’s Fury and Wildcat, and Cory’s Wondy and Yoricknis a hoot. Like the Batman & Turtles and Mazing & Forbrush ones too. Nice use if Chuck Norris Don :)

Smooshed that is. Darn you forever Apple spellcheck. Thanks Erick!

all looking great, its a tough competition

Josh Gowdy’s is made of awesome!

Did Axel Medellin borrow a Santa from a Todd McFarlane Spiderman issue? I think that was from one of the covers.

I really liked Joe Jerin and Paul Shinn. They submitted artwork I really enjoyed.

Whoa! Another great week! Best of luck guys!

I vote Reid Beaman, cause Wesley Dodds & Rorsarch rock together.

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