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Worlds Collide by KevinEleventh Worlds Collide by KevinEleventh
Decided to pay a little homage to the Recent DC Animated Universe with a lil scribble. To make sure I stuck to the rules all characters pictured also appear in their own respective DC COMIC Spinoff: Green Lantern the Animated Series & Young Justice! ~!
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Sassycat2 Nov 15, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
Oh my gosh, wow :D This is awesome! I really hope these characters are in there (even though I know they probably aren't)
Nice, yo!
Mazrilin Oct 3, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
this is beautiful!
We lost Young Justice for Teen Titans Go, and a series about Green Lantern for Batman show #6, so sad. Other than that your image is fantastic.
I like the play of colors, and how each section contrasts with the other. Specifically, the colors of the characters on the left are mostly black, muted blue, and muted red, while the colors of the characters on the right are brighter. When I see them together like this, I notice how much the color schemes of Aya and Razer contrast with each other. The contrast makes the two of them seem even brighter and more saturated in comparison to the Young Justice section. 

The GLTAS section is also slightly more angular in lines than the Young Justice section. It's mostly from Razer's "horns", but the "wings" of the Interceptor  and the spikiness of the stars add to this impression too. 

Putting Aya and Aqualad/Kaldur'ahm in focus was a good choice, because their faces share the features of a "widow's peak" and rounded ears. (or "ear bumps", in Aya's case.) It highlights the similarities between the two characters and, by extension, the two shows. 

Of the three characters shown from Young Justice, Aqualad/Kaldur'ahm has the spikiest design. The spikiness comes from his chest stripes, belt-icon, V-neck and hairline. In contrast, Aya is the roundest part of the GLTAS section.

Though the left side is more rounded, both the Young Justice and GLTAS sections of the picture are defined by round borders, giving the scene a look of peacefulness and depth. In conclusion, the picture uses a contrast between swooping curves and spikiness, color saturation and variety, and Aya and Aqualad/Kaldur'ahm's similarities and shape contrast within their own sections to interest the viewer.

Sounddrive Oct 3, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
This is adorable! Good luck in the contest!
Snair42 Oct 3, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
aww.. i miss them all so much... p^q
amythesthannah42 Oct 3, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Wow, this is great! You have all my favorites here! :D
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