Brandon Boyd, you are kinda amazing.
So, so, so inspiring. Mural painting itch needs to be scratched.
“Unmoralez” is a kind of Art I’ve never seen before. Pixel Art or rather solid digital art. The Pictures are often reduced to 2-3 colors. Scary, dark and simply impressing!
Visit the main page to see more
This month I’d like to feature a young German artist who’s known as “maulheld” or “deltamue”. Most of her amazing pictures are digital paintings, often created with the free online drawing application ‘Oekaki’.
As a Oekaki Addict myself I can say that she has a kind of unique technique and a very individual style I’ve nowhere else seen before. The choice of colors are very special and the pictures often kinda emotional or/and dark. I love it. If you want to see more, please visit her deviantArt page -here-
So i haven’t actually had the time to finish any f my drawings…
So it’s time for another artist feature!
So let me introduce to you (in case you don’t know him yet from DeviantArt):
He earns a lot of respect for his stunning Paintings (traditional works, no digital paintings!!). I’ve never seen anyone before who can do such amazing things with color and brushes with his bare hands. Just wonderful. An enviable talent. No more to say. Just enjoy
“Backdoor into Luxuriance” Oil painting on canvas - 80x120 cm, January 2007
Monthly Artist Feature is back! After a long break of featuring interesting Artists it’s back:
May I present you this man from Belgium:
I allow myself to say: His ways, traditional. His style, new!
To me, his portraits all look like painted on rocks/stones.
I really like that kind of style, the choice of colors and the way he paints expressions.
I really recommend you to take a look at -his DeviantArt profile-
Want to see a fellow Artist or maybe even yourself featured here next month?
Recommend it! I might do the next feature about it.
“Yuta Onoda, originally from Japan, is an illustrator / painter based in Toronto, Canada.
He has been shaping his art aesthetic through various forms of media, finding new avenues to express himself.”
Just awesome Drawings & Paintings.
Visit his page -here-
“Eyes like Ice”
(klick image for full size view)
Since it was drawn with an online drawing application, the tool started bugging around after a while because of the picture’s size I guess. So In the end I couldn’t make it as detailed as wanted and had no Idea for a background (guess because of the pose) that’s why I cropped it a little. However there are some anatomy mistakes (although I had a reference! Oh my…). They bug me a little, but since it’s not directly realism it’s not too bad I guess.
Drawing time: about 6h+
Tool: Shi-Painter, Graphic Tablet, Mouse
Random Fashion Design. Watercolor June 2012