To all my fellow artist anons 8618
Post a piece of artwork with an art style you really admire or enviously wish you could develop as your own art style
Kugai Norifumi and Yoshikazu Yasuhiko
I love Takato Yamamoto's work. Most of his illustrations are a bit too edgy for my tastes but his attention to detail and intricate backgrounds are something I'd like to be able to incorporate in my own work.
Hey that's awesome! Honestly, I say go for it! That's how you develop an art style in the first place :) you've got to incorporate a bunch of different styles until you create your very own unique thing.
I love his work as well. His lines, textures, and the erotic atmosphere of his work is amazing. The gore was a put off for me at first but I’ve come to appreciate it.
Look up Ayami Kojima
possibly the best Japanese artist? For me she is at least.
also i love manuhamu… i want to draw like her! her backgrounds, her detail, her painting style… ah!
I wish I had the time and equipment to develop painting skills.
When digital programs started coming out, I made excuses that it cost too much and I hadn’t the time. Someday I’ll get back to it.>>14058
…but I’m still just on this sketching stage of my art.
I usually take inspiration from photos but her art is so sort of ethereal, but also dark, her art is interesting while not being hyper detailed
Love the clean details of this one, interesting design of the character. It gives off a nihilistic feeling.
I love the art style but I'm more inspired by the idea/design itself.
Well I don't know if I want to make it my own style,
but I love the way he does water and trees.. etc
>inb4 she caps my post and accuses me of stealing her style on Chinese social media
Also, I love the way Kaneoya Sachiko draws clothes, hands and men's shoes. I love her whole style of course but I think that's what I wish I could do the most.
I love her style. It’s a shame she wastes it making so much furry crap.
Nona this is fucking awful. You can surely do better.>>17174
I don't know who this artist is but it's also making me jealous. I love clouds and wish I could paint them like this.
Are you sure those are artstyles? wouldn't those be photos? did you accidentally post to the wrong thread anon?
Angel Oloshove.. Activated Mandala 2016
I thought these were glass at first with parts of it treated with sea water. Kind of disappointed it's just ceramic.
Foliation by Suze Wolf. Crystallite Sellenite cover, laser-cut acrylic sheets, linen thread.
OK if we're posting about other arts…
Emmanuelle Moureaux Japanese kindergarten !
Not sure if you know, but the ropponmatsu part means “6 pine trees” which probably is the reason for the tree design.
I really love Vivinos' artwork. Her artstyle is so amazing.
This is gorgeous, who is the artist? What period is it from the 80s?
It's like Bensenki, hr giger and yoshitaka Amano joined forces in this image
Pretty sure it is Yoshitaka Amano art
Roponmatsu is also the name of the district its in.. makes it even more cute now that you mention it
cant pick a single one, i love all her stuff, just picked a few recent pieces
heviojisan's art is pretty much the only reason i got to check twitter nowadays (somwhow she tweets new art every 2 days or so)
i started to draw last month, i hope i will be able to draw things like this someday, i specially like how she uses colors
This is making me so nostalgic. You just reminded that I miss farming my elf arcane mage with my online friends on a bootleg Burning Crusade server around 2011.
I miss it when old video games used to draw the pictures first, and then color them digitally. The original pencil/ink really brings drawings to life.
geometric lasso, masking, texture brushes, dynamic color brushes?
the most difficult thing for me is to understand what colors to use to make it look realistic, because despite their heavy stylization, they do look realistic - I think not only because of proper light and shadow masses, but because of colors (which are not even realistic, but very saturated)