Art Inspiration: Heroes vs. Villains – Korra


As part of the final assignment in my resent drawing club, I had the students create their own hero or villain. Their characters could have up to 2 powers/abilities; a unique name and they had to indicate if they were either a hero or villain. The students also wanted me to redraw their character, in the comic book style, once they had handed their original in. I needed the original as a reference, I told them and I wanted them to do the work. The variety I received was amazing and it inspired me to create a wide range of characters.

I began with my version of the villain’s leader and in the next few weeks I will post the student’s original character with my version that I gave to them. In the past few weeks I posted the Villains now its time for the Heroes to make an appearance …

 

Hero 08 – Korra

Some students modeled their character after popular comics they are familiar with, yet this student wanted to create something very unique. She asked me about creating wings but not bat wings like another student but one with feathers. The student also wanted to create a character with another student so that they would be twins that would look like each other but have some different abilities.

I thought this was very imaginative and showed them how to draw wings and showed them the character Archangel from X-men. Those where the wings she and her friend was looking for therefore I drew her character with this character in mind. I started with the body pose and then I drew in the wings.

I showed the student my version of her character and she was ecstatic. She loved the pose and the wings. I hope you to will enjoy the eighth hero character from Heroes VS. Villains – Korra.

Art Inspiration: Heroes vs. Villains – Invisible Man


 

As part of the final assignment in my resent drawing club, I had the students create their own hero or villain. Their characters could have up to 2 powers/abilities; a unique name and they had to indicate if they were either a hero or villain. The students also wanted me to redraw their character, in the comic book style, once they had handed their original in. I needed the original as a reference, I told them and I wanted them to do the work. The variety I received was amazing and it inspired me to create a wide range of characters.

I began with my version of the villain’s leader and in the next few weeks I will post the student’s original character with my version that I gave to them. In the past few weeks I posted the Villains now its time for the Heroes to make an appearance …

Hero 07 – Invisible Man

Some students modeled their character after popular comics they are familiar with but I was not sure what this student had in mind. I think that he wanted a simple character with the abilities of invisibility and super speed. He wanted to show that his character was invisible so he drew his character with no torso and only the extremities. I found this take on drawing an invisible character very interesting and creative.

I decided to draw his character with a simple body type in a running action pose. Then when I coloured it I increased his transparency except for the eyes, sword and the logo. I then added the background to help give the illusion of invisibility.

I showed the student his character and he was happy it and he liked the transparency. I hope you enjoy the seventh hero character from Heroes VS. Villains – Invisible Man.

Art Inspiration: Heroes vs. Villains – Venomous Shadow


 

As part of the final assignment in my resent drawing club, I had the students create their own hero or villain. Their characters could have up to 2 powers/abilities; a unique name and they had to indicate if they were either a hero or villain. The students also wanted me to redraw their character, in the comic book style, once they had handed their original in. I needed the original as a reference, I told them and I wanted them to do the work. The variety I received was amazing and it inspired me to create a wide range of characters.

I began with my version of the villain’s leader and in the next few weeks I will post the student’s original character with my version that I gave to them. In the past few weeks I posted the Villains now its time for the Heroes to make an appearance …

 

Hero 06 – Venomous Shadow

Some students modeled their character after popular comics they are familiar with and this student had one character in mind from the start. When I first saw the character I immediately thought of the character Venom from Spiderman. I asked him if that is who he modeled the character after and he said a definite yes.

Therefore with the image of Venom in mind I began by trying to come up with a stance that was different from most of the characters that I drew. The first thing I wanted to draw was to have him in a pose that was hunched over in an attach position. The student drew the character with shoes but I decided to draw it with dragon/dinosaur feet, complete with claws. The same for the hands but I also made it very muscular like the character Venom, as well as the face and eyes, similar to the student’s drawing.

I showed the student my version of his character and he was ecstatic. He said this is exactly what he envisioned. Some of the other students said that it looked too scary to be a hero but I reminded them that looks could be misleading. I reminded them of Beauty and the Beast. I asked them who was the hero in that story? They all agreed it was the beast and that the student more pleased with his character.   I hope you enjoy the sixth hero character from Heroes VS. Villains – Venomous Shadow.

Art Inspiration: Heroes vs. Villains – Lord Awesomeness


As part of the final assignment in my resent drawing club, I had the students create their own hero or villain. Their characters could have up to 2 powers/abilities; a unique name and they had to indicate if they were either a hero or villain. The students also wanted me to redraw their character, in the comic book style, once they had handed their original in. I needed the original as a reference, I told them and I wanted them to do the work. The variety I received was amazing and it inspired me to create a wide range of characters.

I began with my version of the villain’s leader and in the next few weeks I will post the student’s original character with my version that I gave to them. In the past few weeks I posted the Villains now its time for the Heroes to make an appearance …

Hero 05 – Lord Awesomeness

Some students modeled their character after popular comics they are familiar with and this student may have had something specific in mind. He asked me to help him create armour that was similar to the type that the clone troopers and the storm troopers from Star Wars wear. Then I saw his characters abilities I knew he was going for a cross between Ironman and a Jedi.

After he gave me his character I thought of a Jedi like Obi Wan and his battle armour yet I want to show the character in a different light. I drew the character in an action pose like jumping or leaping. I then too my cue from the armour he drew to recreate it on the character. I tried as well to model the hair and face to the student’s for a little extra touch.

I showed the student his character and he was happy with it especially the pose and that it looked a bit like him. I hope you enjoy the fifth hero character from Heroes VS. Villains –Lord Awesomeness.

Art Inspiration: Heroes vs. Villains – Super Coco


As part of the final assignment in my resent drawing club, I had the students create their own hero or villain. Their characters could have up to 2 powers/abilities; a unique name and they had to indicate if they were either a hero or villain. The students also wanted me to redraw their character, in the comic book style, once they had handed their original in. I needed the original as a reference, I told them and I wanted them to do the work. The variety I received was amazing and it inspired me to create a wide range of characters.

I began with my version of the villain’s leader and in the next few weeks I will post the student’s original character with my version that I gave to them. In the past few weeks I posted the Villains now its time for the Heroes to make an appearance …

Hero 04 – Super Coco

Some students modeled their character after popular comics they are familiar with and this student may have had something specific in mind. I asked her why she drew her character this way and she said it was like she was doing gymnastics. I thought that was a great why to pose her character.

I thought of what kind of pose to place her character in but I did not want it to be a standard pose. I knew that her character had the ability to stretch or elasticity therefore I wanted to show that ability. I decided to draw her character in a standing pose but stretch out her arms and hair into a shape of a heart.

I showed the student his character and she was happy it but she had a question. She asked, “Why is her hair in hearts too?” I said because her entire body, including her hair, has the ability to stretch or has elasticity too. She loved the thought of it and wanted to picture right when I showed it to her. I hope you enjoy the fourth hero character from Heroes VS. Villains – Super Coco.

Art Inspiration: Heroes vs. Villains – Braidie


As part of the final assignment in my resent drawing club, I had the students create their own hero or villain. Their characters had to have up to 2 powers/abilities; a unique name and they had to indicate if they were either a hero or villain. The students also wanted me to redraw their character, in the comic book style, once they had handed their original in. I needed the original as a reference and I wanted them to do the work. The variety I received was amazing and it inspired me to create a wide range of characters.

I began with my version of the villain’s leader and in the past few weeks I posted the student’s original character, the villains and my version that I gave to them. Now its time for the heroes to make an appearance …

Hero 03 – Braidie

Some students modeled their character after popular comics they are familiar with, yet this student wanted to create something very unique. When I first saw this student’s character I right away thought of a hippie from the 1960’s. Overalls, long braids, sandals/flip-flops and then when you add her abilities are healing others and talking to animals, it just screams tree-hugging hippie.

This is where I started when I created the character. I incorporated all of these elements but I pictured her sitting down so that she can be close to the animals. I also made sure that the braids are long enough to fall around her. I then added a cute little bunny that she is hugging; it seemed appropriate for the character.

I showed the student his character and she was happy it and she also loved the addition of the bunny. I hope you enjoy the third hero character from Heroes VS. Villains – Braidie.

Art Inspiration: Heroes vs. Villains – Varcher


As part of the final assignment in my resent drawing club, I had the students create their own hero or villain. Their characters had to have up to 2 powers/abilities; a unique name and they had to indicate if they were either a hero or villain. The students also wanted me to redraw their character, in the comic book style, once they had handed their original in. I needed the original as a reference and I wanted them to do the work. The variety I received was amazing and it inspired me to create a wide range of characters.

I began with my version of the villain’s leader and in the past few weeks I posted the student’s original character, the villains and my version that I gave to them. Now its time for the heroes to make an appearance …

Hero 02 – Varcher

Some students modeled their character after popular comics they are familiar with, yet this student knew what they wanted. This was the first archer character I had seen from any student. I was not sure if he wanted to recreate the Hawk Eye character from The Avengers but he said no he wanted to create something with a bow and arrow.

I started his character similar to an assassin / Robin Hood character. I gave him a large trench coat and his clothes were coloured in an earth tone. His bow was very traditional made of wood or bone. I then finished it off with wavy hair.

I showed the student his character and he was happy with it and he mentioned that it looked very similar to Robin Hood. I asked if that was ok, he said yes that was what he wanted. I hope you enjoy the second hero character from Heroes VS. Villains – Varcher.

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