Original Art

Original Artwork Just For You!

Hello Everyone!

I’ve been on a roll with doing so artwork on my Surface and I wanted to share it with you all! Building this site from nothing can be a bit intimidating, but hearing from you all, it makes it so much more awesome to keep doing what I’m doing. I’ve been asking all of my friends and family which heroes I should draw, and these are the ones I have so far! I hope you all enjoy them! I will try to tinker with this page for a while so that I can make it easier for you all to navigate, but for now, they will be located here on this page.

Small descriptions will be below the pictures! All artworks on this page have been designed by Kay.

Newer artworks will now be from top to bottom – newer to older. I didn’t think about how ya’ll wouldn’t want to scroll all the way through to find the new pictures. Luckily, a friend of mine pointed that out to me. Please enjoy!

A piece that took little over 6 hours to male. I have another Poison Ivy body drawing a couple scrolls down, but this one is by far the better one. I hope you all like it and hope you enjoy the rest of the pieces on this page! Thank you for checking it out!

Tools: Spray Paint, Calligraphy Pen, Glowing Paint, Pencil, Thorn Tool, Paint Brush

The love that they share could shatter the world. I love these two character a lot and I hope you enjoy this piece that I made! I’m really proud of it so I do hope that you all like it too! This is dedicated to Pride Month! 

Tools: Spray Paint, Eraser, Layers, Glowing Paint, Paint Filler

Hulk Smash! 

Hulk was first introduced in May of 1962 and he has been a fan favorite ever since! I’m not the best at hands so I tried really hard on this piece. I hope you all like it because I think I did pretty well on it. I’m also getting more confident in using layers to build on my pieces.  Thank you for checking in!!!

Tools: Spray Paint, Paint Splatters, Paint Brush

Same as the Joker picture directly underneath this one, this Harley Quinn piece is is a revamped from the past. I found a cool thing on my drawing board that I never knew about. I like that we keep learning stuff each day. 

I used the usual tools for this picture that I always use. 

I drew this a long time ago, but it was lacking something more. I found that I wanted to revamp it like I’ve done with so many of the other ones. I think that it came out super well! His eyes are my favorite part of this whole thing. Let me know what you think!

I used a lot of different tools but the main one that I used was the Ink Pen tool and Spray Paint for the shadows. 

For the Pennyworth Series starting on July 28th of this year on Amazon. It’s an original series in which Alfred is in his 20 creating his own protection service. You can read more about that on my post named “A Pennyworth Your Thoughts”. Check it out if you have the time!

I used the tools Ink Pen and Spray Paint to compose this piece. I hope you all enjoy it!

In honor of the new movie that just came out on the 19th of April, SHAZAM! A fun and exciting film just cam out for it so if you have time to treat yourself out, make sure to stop into your local theater to watch this action packed film. I’ll be dropping the new post about this film tomorrow, so watch out for it!

I used the Spray Painting tool, along with a glowing tool to help accent the Thunderbold so it wasn’t so plain. 

Dedicated to one of my oldest friends that I have, Charelle. She’s been one of my best friends from school, earning her the nickname “School Buddy”. You’re beautiful and hope that your life keeps getting better and better. I love you bunches!

This drawing was made with the spray painting tools on Sketchbook. I went over this picture about 20 times, changing small things and then erasing them to just realize that I actually liked what I did. I hope for the Wonder Woman fans out there that you approve of my creation. 

Dedicated to my Grandma Darlene! She is the strongest woman that I have ever met, and though I don’t live around her anymore, I still think of her quite often. I love you, lady! You did an awesome job of raising me, and I am forever grateful to you. 

My grandma has several tattoos on her that she is very proud of, and two of them are of Batman influence. Maybe I can design her a tattoo (Ha-ha)

I used the spray painting tool off of Sketchbook. 

Miles Morales was staring in the recent movie of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse that was released on December 14th, 2018 and is still in theaters now. Chris and I went to go see it and, kind of unexpectedly, it was a really beautiful film. The animation was amazing, but what really inspired me was the Graffiti the Miles was creating. I thought that it was so slick and brought the love back to my heart about how drawing or creating can bring a sense of accomplishment and happiness. 

Thank you to the team that created this lovely story! 

Created with spray painting tool on Sketchbook.

Poison Ivy, is probably, one of the most interesting characters in the Batman series. She’s always been one of my favorites, and the relationship that she has with Harley Quinn makes me tear up in happiness (Ha-ha)! Taking away the fact that she hurts people, I think that she could be a role-model for the young. Very environmentally conscious to plants and animals. 

I created this a few years ago, on an old Surface that I had. Though it isn’t the best, I wanted to post to show growth and different techniques that I used. 

Created with spray painting tool on Paint.

This Aquaman crest was created back when I was 19 years old. My friend Monze wanted me to create this for her cousin. She said that he was a really big fan of the man, so i of course said yes. 

It was created on a white tee-shirt with fabric markers. I’m sure that it took me a long time to figure out how to keep the shirt from moving around. Also, trying to blend markers was a struggle for me. 

Dedicated to my Husband! He loves Flash which was the reason why I bought him a bunch of Flash stuff for our first Christmas in our apartment. This was the first drawing that I had done on my new Surface and I really tried hard on it. There’s a lot of work that go along with doing this try of drawing. I am in no way an expert, but i think i did a mighty fine job! 

I took my sweet time with this, so in turn, i think that this took me about 2 hours to do. 

Created with the spray painting tool on Sketchbook

I’m so sorry that it is really hard to read this picture! I cant find the original picture right now, but I can put the words down here for you though! 

-Where are the tacos?

-Maybe the people looking at us ate them! Ooo0 kill’em

-You ate them already, you baffoon. *sign*

This was created using colored pencils on a piece of paper. I believe that i made this when i was in high school. Somewhere in the years of 2008-2012 *shrugs*

This is one of the last drawings that I did on my old Surface. I don’t remember what coloring tools i used on it but i know that i used the mirror image tool to keep the shield symmetrical. I’m happy to the way that it turned out and I’m happy that I can show this off to you! The small details and shadow make it seem as if it is on Spidey’s suit.

This was made about 2 years ago

The Joker & Harley Quinn

Many people that don’t really know about the history of Mista J and Quinn think that they are a match made in heaven. I never seen it was that. I never thought that they should have been together and I am happy that they are no longer together.

This drawing was a few years ago, along with the Spider-Man drawing right above it. I don’t remember what tools that i used for it, but i know that i just wanted to use mostly straight lines (all besides his hair). 

This was apart of a Birthday present for my Grandmother. Colored pencils were the main medium that was used. The colors on the drawing is much more vivid in person, but alas, I do not have the original anymore. 

Superman is one of the greatest heroes of all time, and he is such an inspiration to all of his fans. I’m happy that i could create a tiny drawing of him this still has some of his farm-boy-charm to it.

Dedicated to Ash and Andrew! I hope that both of you are having a great day/night and wish you both all the best!

Captain America is a very wholesome character in the MCU and all of Marvel comics. He believes in the American Spirit. I think that he could be the light in a dark room, which is what he will be in the new upcoming movie, Endgame. 

I wanted there to be a glimmer of light in this picture so that it mimics the personality of this great character. 

Created with spray painting tool with Sketchbook.

Harley Quinn and all of her glory! This used to be an old drawing of mine, but i decided it was time for a re-vamp! I touched up her colors and decided to make her eyes more than just plain circles. I designed her under the original animated version of her and her costume. 

Harley has always been my favorite character and I am very happy that I have the ability to make her of my own style.

Originally a drawing but was re-vamped with paint brush and the staring tool off of Sketchbook.

Superman and the speed of Hope. When i was little, I used to draw this ‘S’ all of the time and I hope that I had improved by now (Ha-ha)! This one is dedicated to my Uncle John. Because of him, I decided to work of my Art and try to make it into something. 

Thank you for always inspiring me to do better and giving me project to work on, like your Optimus Prime drawing! 

My favorite tool on Sketchbook (if you couldn’t tell) is the spray painting tool. I did also use the parallel tool to keep the initial outline of the symbol perfect. 

Inspired by Into the Spider-Verse but Dedicated to Olivia. Hope your day/night is just swinging into good times (Ha-ha)!

This was an old drawing that i had in my old are book, but since i have this cool computer to edit and re-vamp things, I can give it a new life! Before it was on a gray scale. I did my best into making this work much more modern look to it. Hopefully you all like it! I keep the original on my computer as well so if anyone would like to see them, I can always show them what the originals looked like, but they are by far not as good as the ones I have posted.

Thank you everyone for checking out this new page of ours! We are still growing and learning, so if there is anything that you would like to see, let us know. I would like to keep adding more superheroes onto this part of the site and hope that you all like it too! 

Hope you all liked these pieces of art that I’ve created! It’s a pleasure to share with you all!

-Kay