When I first saw this contest, millions of things raced through my head, many that I could never put into words. But maybe, just maybe, I could put it into lines and colors. And although pixel is not my forte, I enjoyed drawing this. Some say a picture is worth a thousand words, I find that such an understatement. A single pen stroke can have more emotion that an entire speech. A single piece of paper with more expression that a conversation. The world thrives with art. It's a universal language, no two pieces a like... It's an example from the individuals heart, and there is nothing bad about any piece of art, from a scribble to an amazing 40 hour painting. There is no bad art. Art should be measured by the heart and effort put into it, talents not everything. Particularly in art. A piece can be a fun loving piece, or a powerful piece with a deep meaning that can move the viewer. One piece can inspire another, and the sky is the limit. The creativity spews out onto the canvas, whether it be a piece of paper of a canvas on photoshop. Like a breath of fresh air, our art becomes new. The connections that can be made through a picture are incredible. You can depict so much. Create, compose, paint, design, mold, stylize, decorate, invent, color, love, inspire, craft, Plan, Dream. No matter what form of art you do.... Maybe we should all just SPEAK VISUAL
Ew :C grjdfbhgfhfghshsh mood swings. But, this is it. My entry for this contest. And now we can see why megan almost failed her 10th grade writing test!! 8D |: I dont know how I feel about this anymore...
This is just... a submission for the [ WeChat Emoticon Sticker Challenge ] contest on DeviantArt. Well, I know some basic in animating so I guess why not? Besides, I know my chance is zero XD. This 'thing' is actually a speech bubble, just added some eyes, animate it a little and done. I wanted to create a 'living thing', but I always stuck when thinking about gender, accessories, how appropriate it could be etc. Then I just... "Suck it. Just draw something without gender, and it moves" It may seem not so original but I don't care! I'm entering for fun, so be it!
This image first came to mind when I heard about the project. I wanted to create an image that felt fluid and really got the idea of quenching thirst all into something that doesn't sound so marketing-y. I love using bright colors and working the composition of the oranges was really fun. My style is very influenced by the linework of Art Nouveau and I felt that genre of art's line quality's organic nature would really lend itself well to the theme of Art Water.