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The Line it is Drawn Try-Out Week 2, Group 3

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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Matt Daley (whose website is here) teamed up Mr. Fantastic and Plastic Man….

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Click here to see his Week 1 drawing.

Phillip Sevy (whose website is here) teamed up Hit-Girl with Robin….

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and Miracleman and Superman…

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Click here to see his Week 1 drawing.

Paco González teamed up Batman and Moon Knight and Doctor Mid-Nite and Daredevil….

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Click here and here to see his Week 1 drawings.

Daniel Puch (whose blog is here) teamed up Lobo and Hellboy…

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Click here to see his Week 1 drawing.

Frank Addiego teamed up Spider-Man with Michelangelo from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles…

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Click here to see his Week 1 drawing.

Jason Merrin (whose website is here) teamed up Doctor Who and Booster Gold…

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Click here to see his Week 1 drawing.

Alex Irizarri, brother of our very own departing Daniel Irizarri (here is Alex’s website), teamed up Darkwing Duck and Spider-Ham!

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Click here to see his Week 1 drawing.

Andrew “AR” teamed the Silver Surfer up with Doctor Manhattan…

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Click here to see his Week 1 drawing.

Jeff Hassing (whose website is here) teamed up Deadpool and Two-Face. The piece is titled “See; I told you this would work”….

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Click here to see his Week 1 drawing.

Lauren Murray (whose website is here) “tea”med up Big Barda and Thundra….

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Click here to see her Week 1 drawing.

Reuben Atiti teamed up Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles…

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Click here to see his Week 1 drawing.

Cynthia Rodgers (whose website is here) teamed up Billy Butcher and the Sentinels….

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Click here to see her Week 1 drawing.

James “Reesio” Rees teamed up Booster Gold and Doctor Who…

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Click here to see his Week 1 drawing.

Garry McLaughlin (whose website is here) put together the Doom Patrol and the X-Men….

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Click here to see his Week 1 drawing.

Alex J. Cox (whose website is here and should not be confused with my good friend Alex Cox who is the Deputy Director of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund and who co-founded this here blog) teamed up Lobo and Hellboy…

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Click here to see his Week 1 drawing.

Nelson Flores put Venom and Spawn together….

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as well as Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles…

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Click here and here to see his Week 1 drawings.

Steven Howard (whose website is here) teamed up 1930s Superman and Tom Strong…

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Click here to see his Week 1 drawing.

Brendan Tobin (whose website is here) teamed up Plastic Man and Mr. Fantastic….

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Click here to see his Week 1 drawing.

That’s it for Group 3. Come back in a half hour (or so) for Group 4!

22 Comments

All good but my favorite is Brendan Tobin.

Those are beautiful bookends of Plas & Mister Fantastic at the beginning and end of the post. Both wonderfully executed, demonstrating how disparate two drawing styles can be when faced with the same prompt.

the last two .. Stephen Howard and Brendan Tobin …

So MANY quality entries!

Damn, these are ALL good. But big props to Brendan Tobin, Steven Howard and Phillip Sevy.

I like miracle man and superman

Phillip Sevy!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Jeff Hassing gets my vote. They’re all great but that thing is beautiful.

Agreed on Brendan Tobin, that’s just great art there!

Brendan Tobin! Amazing!

Butcher and the Sentinels is just screaming for a “Punisher Kills the Marvel Universe”-style one-shot

There’s a lot of talent here, but I always love Brendan Tobin’s work! Awesome!

Brendan Tobin’s entry –– Expressionist Fantastic 4. Kandinsky meets Comics!!

A thanks for your ongoing support fin all my endeavors to my 3 shills here (N, M, & C), but also a lot of thanks to the many people who I do not know who left supportive comments on both my efforts. It was really uplifting and redeeming to find people who appreciate what I do. Good luck to everyone involved, I enjoyed seeing so much talent and skill come forth in this competition.

Hands down – Phillip Sevy!

Hit-Girl and Robin {Phillip Sevy}

Phillip Sevy!!! Great Talent

Butcher and the Sentinels. Meet the new Boys!

Steven Howard! Tom Strong and Superman together (and rendered so beautifully) nearly gave me a damn stroke!

Excellent.

Brendan TOBIN!!!!

brendan brendan brendan tobin!!!

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