Not all of them are as easy or as much fun to create as Rex. It has been said that, for a very long time the best way to draw the comic book “Deadly” was to use an open book. It’s a simple method, but with many limitations. The most obvious thing to be done is to give the characters the same uniform from start to finish. But another way to avoid these sorts of problems is to not draw each of the characters at least once. I will attempt to describe how I accomplish this below, for each individual “Deadly”.
For the most part, I just draw the character’s uniform and do the details (such as hair style, clothing, etc.). And because many of the costumes look very alike, this is only the smallest part of it. The big thing about this is that most of the details are easy to replicate with Photoshop, so that I can add a touch of creativity into them. Below is a few photos of different “Deadly” characters showing you how they would normally look like.
A few years ago, when a friend of mine was in school, they had a group of kids who had a competition to make the most different looking character. They all had different body shapes, hair styles, and designs, and in one of their videos, you see that they were all drawing the “deadly” versions of the student in full costume.
These weren’t the only guys who showed off their “deadly” versions of the students for the group photo. And at least once, I saw the “deadly” students dressed as a superhero, which always makes me laugh. It’s fun to watch these characters trying to look cool while being an unlicensed copy of one of the greatest comic book movies of all time. Here’s an example from a “Deadly” fan site:
And here’s the photo that they used for this scene:
So now you know that every “Deadly” character is unique and that creating them was quite laborious, I decided that it would be fun to show how they are done. So I have included a few screenshots from my collection of character art. This does not mean that these are some super high resolution versions, there are some pixelated bits that could only be done by Photoshop. But here they are, in all their pixelated glory:
The other cool thing about these are that they all use the same general designs, so you can have the same look on
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