I got infected. It seemed like a good idea (and still does).
- The first ten people to comment on this journal, I will add their avatar and the three deviations I like most from their gallery to this list. I will also explain what draws me to those specific deviations.
- The idea of this is not just to get a free feature, it's to share art around and spread it for everyone. You don't have to spread this around, this is just a fun way to start a discussion.
- I'll start this list with the person who spread this to me. And if you know any artists who don't get their fair share of attention, go ahead and link me to their work. Let's spread the love and talk art!
This one really stands out in your gallery. The fire pulsing in her veins is a great touch, and the background seems to be an exploding planet.
Dare I say it? This is straight fire, yo.
The dark sister! It may be unintentional, but this art draws the eye around it in a spiral that ends on Luna's horn. Fibonacci Spiral! The twigs protruding in from the left fill out the image and imply a forest, while also keeping my eye from leaving the image.
Another painting that lures the eye around in a spiral, starting behind Trixie, moving down the beam of light, and swooping across the roses before I end on Trixie's face. This one is my favorite. I think you could have pushed it even further by exaggerating the movement of the wheels and the sway of the sign above her, but this is already a great addition to my Favorites. I can't believe I hadn't seen it before!
There's a special place in my heart for Sblorch the Orch (I'm sorry that's just how I read his name). This is his defining moment for me. Also, the text lines up perfectly, letting my eye drift lazily from beat to beat to beat. And the comedic timing is even better. The faces still make me snort.
You clearly put a lot of effort into this, and it stands out as one of the few whole pieces in your gallery. I know it's based closely off the cover of the original movie poster, but you did such a great job that I've smiled every time I've seen it. Also, it looks like Fluttershy is censoring Demon!Sunset's boobage, and now I NEED to hear Ashleigh Ball and Andrea Libman cover "Tribute." Preferably the better version with the longer, sweeter "YEEE-EEEAAA-AAAGGHHHHHHHH-HHHHEHHHH!"
This is true character design. Kobolds are such great little <bleeps>. I'm partial to them, having two especially memorable run-ins with them in Dwarf Fortress. And this is beyond a doubt my favorite depiction of them, ever. I had to Fave it the instant I saw it. Your description for this deviation primes the pump for a thousand video game ideas, and I now ascribe to this Most Glorified & Unified Kobold/Cobold Canon.
Every once in a while, an idea comes along that perfectly merges two series into one perfect joke. And this is one such idea. 'Tis a blessing on us all. It's also so symmetrical I want to shout "OOO! OOOOOOO!" I've yet to find the episode you recommended in the comments, though.
His face still says it all. Unless that red pikmin is a she. But either way!
And because of the angelic pinkie, I hear heavenly harps and a choir every time I look into the red's eyes.
I like this one because you got her bow
but also because you managed to give her bedroom eyes that are both cute and creepy. It fits Giffany. I only wish that you had more time to do more art!
Truly, if your character models were any better they'd be playable in Horde and multiplayer. I love how faithful you are to the details while still creating new designs, armor plates, and kit pieces. This character is the perfect showcase for your talent. She's definitely on the slim side for a Gear, but the backstory you wrote for her makes that interesting. Former glamour girl turned E-Day survivor turned soldier? Now that's a story! I bet she can out-duel three Grenadiers at once with that shotgun.
I love this character model because you took the time to pose him and create a background. Plus it showcases your idea for a heavy weapon variant of the Torque Bow. Siffter may have a lot going on with his character design, but it really sells me on the idea that he's an outcast who only survives the day-to-day by being a badass.
If this guy was a boss fight, I'd probably die a lot and have fun doing it.
Your sketches are really underappreciated (I should have commented on this one years ago). I love your style, and here you show a lot of range in your character design. You show great command of anatomy, pose, gesture, and even textures. And this sketchdump is my favorite of them all, because you drew cool monsters and one 30 foot tall crustacean from the paleozoic era.
I've always had a fascination with LARP. There's a lot of cringe out there, but there's just as much win. This outfit is a win. And this outfit is more than art, it's practical
art. I'd like to hear how you made it, and what materials you used. Whether you do backwoods roleplay LARP or large-scale field LARP, you've got the hair and the furs to look cool doing it.
Space mechs! Explosions! Wars among stars! You went all out with this piece, and that effort has not gone unnoticed. The explosions are especially energetic. I loved zooming in to find all the little combatants. Though the picture may be dated by years, it deserves to be called "a work."
Not only does this piece stand for something important, it's also hilarious original art. Even moreso because you actually live in the Daneland, where people have died for depicting Mohammad. Also, this face... It makes me chuckle. Great exaggeration. And most importantly, you made your stance on the issue clear in the description (in a mature fashion!).