Thursday, June 05, 2008

David Draws: Two-Face

I've got lots of David's drawings I've been meaning to scan and share. This was at the top of the pile.

My six-year-old son and I have been watching Batman: The Animated Series on DVD lately. Kinda makes the week-long wait between episodes of The Spectacular Spider-Man more bearable.

He likes to do a couple of things with the shows he loves. One: he likes to "play" them. He picks his favorite character to be, then he asks me who I want to be, then we figure out who my wife is going to be (or ask her, if she's around). After watching Batman, David's usually Man-Bat, I'm Killer Croc, and Diane is Poison Ivy. We're a merry little band of thieves and murderers around our house.

The other thing David likes to do is draw. He's never wanted to "be" Two-Face, but he was pretty fascinated with the character after we watched the two-part Two-Face episode. Hence this drawing. He says he's not really happy with it, but I'm pretty pleased. Definitely not his best work, but it's his most recent so I figured I'd start with it.

Just for kicks, here's Bruce Timm's Animated Series version:


Anonymous said...

It's cute. :) I love children's drawings. Ahh... the pleasure of showing off our children's talents. My dining room walls are covered with Matthew's drawings.

Michael May said...

Hey! Annette! It's so good to hear from you! I miss you a lot.


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