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ProjectPorkchop Vol342:iconxtianayuni:ProjectPorkchop Vol342 by Astralseed
xtianayuni's gallery is filled with wonder. Expressive and beautifuly stylized pieces fill his gallery to the brim. The fantastical monsters and beasts are a treat to behold. Be sure to give this incredible artists gallery a browse, it wont disappoint!
Peryn is a professional artisan crafter from Canada who is currently pursuing a BFA in costume studies. Her costume designs draw inspiration from medieval 12th-14th century Tudor, and Victorian with some 18th century influence as well. She even uses traditional medieval construction techniques for added authenticity! Be sure to visit Peryn's gallery and check out her beautiful designs!
ProjectPorkchop Vol341:iconroganjoshnyc:ProjectPorkchop Vol341 by Astralseed
Josh is a professional digital artist from the United States. He enjoys fantasy and surrealism and his works are heavily influenced by pop culture. His art really pops off the page with bright color palettes and dynamic shapes. His comical series titled "ModHero" is a collection of pop art super hero portraits depicting the characters through "classy, sometimes thoughtful vector art" as the artist explains. Take a moment to visit this unique artist's gallery today!
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Michelle is a hobbyist artisan crafter and designer from the United States. Her gallery is filled with absolutely stunning hand-made jewelry pieces mad
ProjectPorkchop Vol340:iconjaywong001:ProjectPorkchop Vol340 by Astralseed
Jay is a professional digital artist from the United States. Her gallery is filled with beautifully rendered conceptual illustrations that cover a wide variety of subjects from video game character designs to editorial spreads. Jay captures a stunning amount of realism while maintaining a painterly quality to her work. You are sure to enjoy all that this versatile artist has to offer!
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Olivier is an illustrator and comic book artist from Canada with a distinct style that instantly makes him recognizable. His style is a bit dark and appears to be influenced by horror and a bit of steampunk as well. He has a great e
ProjectPorkchop Vol339:iconkemalgedikk:ProjectPorkchop Vol339 by Astralseed
Kemel is a digital art student from Poland. His style is delightfully dark and each piece tells a story! Kemel provides a lot of wonderful concept sketches so we can appreciate his creative process, something that not all artists are willing to do. If you view his entire gallery from the beginning, you can see how much he has evolved as an artist in the past couple of years! Please stop by his gallery today and show your support for this budding artist!
Vincent is a professional traditional artist who is new to our community! His gallery is a real treat for lovers of folklore and mythology! Vincent is very skilled with water colors and is able to achieve an astounding amount of detail with this notoriously difficult med
ProjectPorkchop Vol338:iconpandalanda:ProjectPorkchop Vol338 by Astralseed
Irena is a varied artist from the UK whose gallery is filled with whimsical and vibrant designs. Her cat paintings are so serene and charming, you can't help but smile when you look at them. Her series of needlework cushions are all hand sewn with playful creatures just begging for you to play with them! There is even a little something for the MLP fans too. Be sure to stop by her delightful gallery today!
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Timothy is a professional digital artist from the United States who has a passion for game design! His landscape concepts are absolutely breathtaking and very realistic. His characters are very intriguing and
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Ali is a hobbyist photographer from Turkey whose gallery is filled with provocative portraits of everyday life in the country. His wonderful, high contrast photographs are rich in texture and detail and made all the more charming by the use of the classic black and white style. Ali strives to have emotion take center stage, and he achieves this with expert precision. One visit to this amazing artist's gallery is guaranteed to put a smile on your face!
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Marina is a professional traditional artist from Greece who is skilled in the fine art of watercolor painting. Her unconventional use of color and loose brush strokes ad
Things I like or think are really cool I set it to random so that every artwork stands a chance of being seen rather than just the ones I added most recently. Every one of them deserves to be seen more than once on my profile
I can honestly say that this is all Mattsma's fault for inspiring us to do this as she started with the first of them and then I made the second one and then it snowballed... This is the full army of teacups, in order of creation, as of the time of writing - I will try to keep it more or less up to date.
What to tell about myself... I'm cheerful and creative - when I'm in the right mood I create more than I can keep up with so it's always a challenge to finish what I start as I have so many idea's. I don't let stuff like not knowing how to do something stop me from actually doing it - I may not do it "right" in the end but I do get it done!
I'm a mother of 2 boys who are (fortunately) not yet teenagers but are a pair of monkeys who keep me on my toes
About saying thanks to favs etc.
I had to make a choice between spending a load of time thanking people for favouriting my art - which always brings a smile to my face and a warm fuzzy feeling in my heart - or making more art.
I chose to stop thanking people personally for the favourites but I do still give everyone who favourites me for the first time a llama badge as a little thank you for doing so I hope that nobody feels less appreciated for it but well.. someone stole my time machine If you need more inspiration as to why I chose this watch this: player.vimeo.com/video/4237276… It's good advice for anyone who creates art
Do I sell my work?
Sometimes - Not everything I make is for sale but I don't usually mark anything as "for sale" so If you are interested in something I've made feel free to note me. I only accept reasonable offers as making things by hand takes time and materials cost real money, so expect to pay more for a one off item than you would for that mass produced knick-knack you saw in a shop.