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Digital paintings and such

Crouton

Ninja
V.I.P.
Yeah I know deviantart, I have about 4 accounts on there haha but I don't really use any of them right now.

Of the two you posted the second one 'Janashi' is my favourite. I love that fantasy illustration style. That is also a level I would love to reach someday. Fantasy art has always been my favourite thing to draw. When I was a child I spent all my days drawing dragons.
 

Pepja

Registered Member
I'm not that into fantasy art i must admit, Cellar is definitely my favorite because he gives a deep and moving feeling to his paintings. I have never ever found any other art displaying prostitutes this way. It's very strong and i like that.
Also, even if i adore Janaschi, i prefer Cellar's techniques, not too clean, but a really effective mess of strokes♥
 

Crouton

Ninja
V.I.P.
I do enjoy the rough brush strokes in both traditional and digital painting, but I have always been a sucker for the smooth, refined realistic style.

I think the really rough brush strokes remind me of work by Vincent Van Gogh, so I always consider that style more paint on canvas rather than digital art.

I agree on the prostitutes, that was the image that stood out the most to me, fantastic painting in every way possible.
 
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