This week I reached way back to the early days of True North Bricks. The very first Minifigure I ever drew digitally was a Pirate Batman coloring page in 2016. I was still learning how to draw digital images, so some of the line work is a little rough. Additionally, I did not color in the early coloring pages using software. The pages were printed and colored with pencil crayons. I thought it would be fun to go back and look at some of my early work and see how I have progressed. I also gave this picture some digital color.
Pirate Batman is an interesting if not odd Minifigure. He was an exclusive that came with the LEGO DC Comics Character Encyclopedia. DC Comics used to run an alternate reality series called Elseworlds. Back in 1994, one of the stories featured Leatherwing, also known as Pirate Batman. The story takes place sometime in the 17th century, during what is commonly known as the Golden Age of Piracy. Why Leatherwing got the Minifigure treatment, we will never know. However, it remains a fun and unique piece of comic book and Minifigure history.
This coloring page was available for a limited time only from July 19 – 25, 2020.
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Coloring relaxes the amygdala. That is the part of your brain associated with fear. Consequently, coloring is a great form of stress and anxiety relief. In addition, coloring exercises both hemispheres of your brain. Staying in the lines requires logic (left side of the brain), and picking colors insights creativity (right side of the brain). I combine my enjoyment of drawing and coloring with my love for LEGO® Minifigures and bricks with these coloring pages.
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