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I've been on a bit of an unplanned hiatus this year, but now slowly returning to support the DA community. I`m wanting to restart regular feature journals again to show my appreciation to a lot of talented artists and writers out there.
Here are ten deviations from the thumbshare forum I posted which I really liked (in no particular order):
I love Betty Boop and seeing her dressed as Wonder Woman is perfect in my eyes! Excellent control of prisma colour markers especially where the red and white areas meet.
The colour style developed by Aurora-Silver is beautiful and very dreamlike. It's rare to see all three forms together but is a great treat to see the character designs side by side.
There are two things I love about this piece. Firstly it's the pose. It's well balanced and the omission of white makes the character more striking. Second is the accompanying comment! A lot of love went into this and it's refreshing to see someone loving their own creations.
To me this art piece shows vulnerability through the way the woman is holding herself protectively but there is a defiant look in her eyes as she shows her deer qualities. I could easily see this being a glass painting glistening with the purple and green hues in my window.
Fractual art is something I understand little about the process of how it is made, howver the range of beauty and shapes people create is amazing. Saying this SolidMars's 'Bloom' is a wonderful piece, the colours are amazing like a supernova flower blooming in the night sky.
First thing I want to say is, this artist doesn't do himself enough justice! Please read his journal 'The Art Journey of Vusiuz' as it's a great read. I love the style he's developed along with the environment textures and effects and would love to see either a short file or game of this.
According to the artist comments this was a lucky shot but photography can take skill and patience to get the best to show. This photo definitely shows skill, the colours are vibrant, and the focus just right to get the flower petals edges crisp and clear.
I love this photo! The blur on the hand suggest moment to the apple and stir memories of snow white and the forbidden fruit. The focus is fully on the models expression and she looks relaxed as if caught mid moment. The rest of the photos in the series are also fantastic.
Yes, I know I have a weakness for dragons but the details on this one could not be ignored. My only sadness is that the full wingspan isn't shown but the details of the spines on the head and tail are superb.
The final piece captures the subjects main features (The arched eyebrow, sharp nose and wavy hair) wonderfully and has been drawn (in my opinion) to look like a lovely keepsake photo/engraving.
Thank you to and to anyone who has commented after this journal for also sharing their wonderful deviations on the forum. I pushed the limit of journal space with ten and wish I could have added more but will be returning to the forum to add comments.
If you like the artists/writers' work, please show your appreciation by visiting their page and leaving them a wonderful comment!