Art Appreciation Moment of the Day
You know Bruce Timm’s style the moment you see it. You can tell it is Bruce Timm, because you’ve watched hundreds of hours of Batman: The Animated Series, and every other animated DCU property the mad genius has touched. That’s why Timm’s take on Daredevil is so awesome – because it isn’t DCU.
This morning, I was sitting thinking, “Stephen,” I always refer to myself on a first name basis. “Stephen, you really should do an Art Appreciation Moment of the Day, and it would be great if you featured something from Chris Samnee.” Fortunately, Chris Samnee must be able to read minds at a great distance, because he shared a fantastic piece of art that not only showcases his fantastic talents, but also features Batman!
Bill Sienkiewicz offers up this wonderful take on the late Alan Rickman in today’s Art Appreciation Moment of the Day.
Have you seen that Star Wars movie? It’s had such a huge impact on pop culture in the last couple of weeks, that artists can’t stop incorporating it into their daily doodles. Atomic Robo artist, Scott Wegener, has a new take on Robo’s redesign.
Love Star Wars: The Force Awakens? Love Calvin and Hobbes? Brian Kesinger has you covered in this wonderful mashup!
For some reason, the Pumpkin Incident has gone down as one of the best moments in Critical Hit history. And thanks to Flailingwings, we have that scene fully animated. ENJOY!
Life sized props of your favorite pop culture property are definitely a must have for fans, but what about classic sculptures of your favorite Ninja Turtle? Brett Kern has taken classic art and infused it with a pop culture twist in this bronze statue of Raphael.
Love the Legion of Super-Heroes? Love Dream Girl? Here’s Gene Gonzales’s take on the character in her ’70s getup.
Who doesn’t love Superman? The iconic hero can do anything, including striking a pose while carrying a car above his head. Here is Jack Lawrence’s take on the Man of Steel.
While we wait for the latest Modern City art from Thomas Perkins, take a moment and look at some of his other doodles.
What would #DoctorWhoDay be without a bit of art featuring most of the Doctors? Here is a wonderful piece done by the artist known as Blizarro, who celebrated the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who with a huge piece.