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The Serenely Powerful Art of `yuumei
In the top half of an hourglass, a polar bear and her cub perch perilously atop a wedge of melting ice, its dripping water becoming the "sand" that is inexorably drowning an urban couch potato figure in the hourglass's bottom chamber. The beautiful yet arresting digital painting is "Countdown" by yuumei and it is currently one of the most popular pieces on deviantART. It is "archetypal yuumei" in its perfectly balanced blending of a striking lyrically beautiful visual with an underlying urgent social or political message.
Her specialty is digital art in an anime style, but she often employs traditional watercolors and other elements. Her cause is saving and preserving what's left of the Earth's wildlife and its environment; she donates large portions of profits from her artworks to a host of wildlife and environmental organizations and urges all deviants and others to do the same. But what has really been her stand-out achievem
Artists complain...I haven't replied to your comments or thanked for favs for a few days (sorry), because I've been browsing dA website to learn more about it.Artists complain... in Personal More Like This
It was an interesting journey, but I've noticed one thing which really caught my interest...
It's that there are many and I mean MANY people, artists, professional or not who complain that when you're an aspiring artist you should take advice from people who KNOW and draw things which are probably not exciting but they'll bring you result in the long run. They complain that young people these days... (most of these artist were under 30 by the way) don't appreciate their help. Meaning - listen to what others tell you is wrong in your drawings (for example) and you'll improve. You need to take advice from teachers... other artists... or even not professionals, because they might notice things you don't see yourself etc. Some aspiring artists don't see the benefits of learning from someone else....
OK. I agree. Wholeheartedly. Really.
But where are t