Who has seen the Star Wars: The Last Jedi? Or at least one of the trailers? Today's fanart is based on a creature you might have noticed screaming in the foreground as Chewy tried to drive. (Note: Beyond this we're getting into minor spoiler territory.) Okay, now that we can talk openly about the… Continue reading Art of the Day: The Last Jedi’s Porg
Back in 2001 Nickelodeon ran a series about an alien who came to Earth with his robot to invade and conquer. This show, called Invader Zim, had an art style slightly similar to Tim Burton but still its own thing, and a plot as fun and chaotic as you would expect from Nick. Most episodes… Continue reading Invader Zim Is Coming Back!
I am a Disney Kid. There's no way I can deny that. I've watched every movie that has come from Disney that I can get my hands on. And though I love all the Disney characters, I've always been annoyed with Belle. Well, not her, but the way Disney sells her. Most of the promotion towards… Continue reading FanArt Friday: Belle (From Disney’s Beauty and the Beast)
Horizon Zero Dawn is set in a world where robots roam the land that look very similar to ancestral animals. I was very inspired by this concept and worked on some artwork inspired by one of the creatures in the game, a Tallneck.
One of the first blog posts I wrote was what I was going to create on this blog, which was mostly fan art and crafts. And recently I had the thought, "What makes it worth doing fan art?" As a quick refresher, fan art is "artwork created by fans of a work of fiction(generally visual media… Continue reading What’s So Great About Doing Fanart?
I was hanging out with my friends a couple of weeks ago and we started talking about streaming. Mostly we were talking about how to get into it, but we were also daydreaming about what we'd stream if we could. Later the next day I couldn't get it out of my mind. So I went… Continue reading I’m Streaming Now?!
YouTube challenges have been a classic on YouTube for a while now. They are an easy way for video makers to interact either A.) with their community, B.) with other youtubers, or C.) just to have fun. These challenges are usually easy to follow and understand, and I'll admit that I have moments where I… Continue reading Is It Worth Doing A YouTube Challenge?
I promised a post of this in last month's round-up, and here it is! Something I've been trying to work on is my video editing skills, so I made quick video compilation of what all I drew that you can check out below! (Edit: The Video was deleted and I have yet to put it… Continue reading The True Challenge of Inktober 2016
About a year ago I started a pet project on the Sentinels of the Multiverse forums of creating fan art inspired by the creativity of the forum-ites who were game to see my take on their ideas. Below is the latest one I've completed. This version of Argent Adept is a title in the title… Continue reading Argent Adept Rocking Out
Hello! Happy Tuesday everyone! Are there any stories, whether they be a book, movie, video game, or board game, that you love seeing fan art of? If you've been with this blog for a bit, you might know about my love for a card game called Sentinels of the Multiverse. I've been drawing fanart for… Continue reading How Fanart is the Perfect Practice for Drawing