Experience teaches slowly, Robin. And at a cost of many mistakes. – Batman

Batman 66

As a kid, I grew up watching a lot of television after school, on the weekends, and during the summer. One of my favorite shows was the live-action series, Batman, also known as Batman 66. I loved it, I had no idea that the show was meant to be campy. All that matters to a young boy was watching Batman and Robin fight and defeat the villains in each episode. The opening cartoony graphics and theme song added to my love of the show. I penciled this piece quite some time ago and didn’t do anything with it. During my exploration of using markers and pens again, I decided to complete this piece. My markers are old, and they are beginning to fade. The rough tooth of the paper ate away at the inks like a scary monster from a horror movie. However, there’s something special about this one for me. I think it was because the outcome was unexpected and connected to a memory from my youth. Draw what you love and love what you draw.

  • Pencil: Lumograph Drawing Pencil HB
  • Pens: Sakura Gelly Roll Classic Gel Pen (White)
  • Markers: Prismacolor Premier Double-Ended Art Markers