Thanks for commissioning me to draw his childhood favourites. Coincidentally Batman was also part of my childhood favourites, Spider-man on the other hand not so much. But I had fun drawing them. Thanks again ArchXangel20 !
The Batman/Spiderman comic of my childhood remains a vivid memory for me, because it explored the fact that their motivations are actually very similiar. And the closing monologue, where both men shake hands and walk away "knowing that a friendship had been forged" is especially inspiring to me.
H-V-C-I=The Hero and Villains Character Ideas Group. This group is for those people with with hero or villain character Ideas or for the people who want to post up pictures, drawings, paintings,cosplay etc. from their favorite heroes or villains! [link]
Again, the level of detail you put in on your creations is staggering. From the bats in the background, to the consistency of Spidey's web ropes (yea, I noticed those frayed ends where he's holding them), to every sincle tensed muscle in the heroes' bodies, and last but not least, the expression lines in Batman's face. It is all a gorgeous mix. And let me say something: everything is drawn not only extremely well, it's drawn IN STYLE. This poster could pass up as official art were it to appear in a comic book starring the crossover.