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  • #31426
    DragonGeek
    @dragongeek

    Just curious–who’s your favorite artist? Who do you take inspiration from? I absolutely LOVE the work of Andy Goldsworthy–if you haven’t heard of him, look him up! It’s incredible! I’m more of a writer than an artist myself, but if I were an artist, I’d want to be one like him, whose art includes the natural world in everything.

    Fandoms: Narnia, LotR, Harry Potter, Marvel, MLP, Ranger's Apprentice, probably everything else

    #31494
    Rachel Rogers
    @scribbles

    Absolutely, hands-down, my favorite is @mariposa because of reasons. ๐Ÿ˜‰ You should check out her art on the Story Embers blog!

    Ambiverted INFP. Scribbles all the words. Names the plant friends. Secretly Edna the Piguirrel.

    #31504
    Sarah Baran
    @ethryndal

    Honestly? Marla Frazee. I know that may be a little weird, because she’s only a childrens’ book illustrator, but her work is so adorable and quirky. It makes me happy.

    INTJ โžธ https://thesarcasticelf.wordpress.com/

    #31515
    Mariposa Aristeo
    @mariposa

    @scribbles Thank you! (though I think you may be just the tiniest bit biased ๐Ÿ˜‹).

    I think my favorite artist is either Thomas Kinkade or Norman Rockwell (I really adore that 1950s Saturday Evening Post style ๐Ÿ™‚).

    I think dinosaurs are cooler than dragons. ๐Ÿฆ–

    #31553
    Josiah DeGraaf
    @josiah

    Either Raphael or Rembrandt. Although I do have a special place in my heart for Rockwell. And no, I’m not intentionally choosing artists whose names all begin with ‘R’. ๐Ÿ˜›

    Lit fanatic. Eclectic reader. Theology nerd. Writing fantasy at https://josiahdegraaf.com

    #31608
    Sam Kowal
    @sam-kowal

    @dragongeek I’d have to say Van Gogh, although I like Michelangelo, Rembrandt, and De Goya as well. Actually, I like Ben McSweeney and Todd Lockwood as much as the true masters at times. Andy Goldsworthy seems like a pretty awesome artist and really original ๐Ÿ˜€ I like him

    *nom, nom, nom* *eats donuts*
    Oh, are you hungry? *begins weeping*
    I would have saved you one!

    #31627
    Christine Eaton
    @christieaton

    Vincent Van Gogh and Caspar David Friedrich are on the top of my list!

    โ€œI feel a loneliness for my Creator that pulls me like a migratory bird in the Fall.โ€

    #31648
    Maya Wylie
    @m_corinnemusic

    I love Monet, especially some of his cityscape-ish ones:) Durand, and many of the other Hudson River School painters are great too! Aedan Peterson, Joe Sutphin, and Garth Williams are also great.

    INFJ | singer/songwriter | swimmer | it's an underscore, people!!

    #34980
    Jacob
    @lightning-spider

    My friend SaynaSLuke on Devianart <3 (CAREFUL though that site’s kinda… gratuitous a lot of the time so if you look for her just type her name into the search and try to avoid the main feed. You can also visit redwall.wikia.com and look for her art there on her profile, though there’s not as much). She draws anthropromorhpic animals and her style is just really amazing.

    And then whoever it was who illustrated the Redwall picture books and cookbook. Those are so epic, man…

    hello. would you like to destroy some evil today?

    #35000
    Jenna Terese
    @jenwriter17

    @dragongeek oh my goodness yes @maripoa isย really goodย at what she does! ๐Ÿ˜€

    I also like Christopher Hart, who draws manga style. I don’t know a lot about him, I just have one of his manga drawing books.

    "If you want to change the world, pick up your pen and write." -Martin Luther
    www.jennaterese.com

    #40087
    Lillian.Parks03
    @lillian-parks03

    Vincent Van Gough was and is by far the greatest artist who ever lived. His work is beyond words. You look at his work and see life captured perfectly, and not just the sorrow, it’s easy to capture sorrow on canvass but to take the torture of your own miserable life and use it as a weapon to capture the joy and colour of life is something that had never been done so tastefully and will likely never be done again. Each brush stroke is emotion you can see the tender caress of some and attack of excitement in others and gentle blending of sadness and vibrant splashes of life. Colour holds the key to life and Vincent Van Gough held the key.

    https://www.pinterest.com/parkerlillian2003/
    https://www.facebook.com/lillian.parker.182940

    #40089
    The Fledgling Artist
    @the-fledgling-artist

    @lillian-parks03 Whoa be careful. You might make the dude cry. ๐Ÿ™‚

    "Though I'm not yet who I will be, I'm no longer who I was."

    #40167
    DragonGeek
    @dragongeek

    @lillian-parks03 Wow, I love your description of him!

    Fandoms: Narnia, LotR, Harry Potter, Marvel, MLP, Ranger's Apprentice, probably everything else

    #40168
    Lillian.Parks03
    @lillian-parks03

    @dragongeek

    Thx

    https://www.pinterest.com/parkerlillian2003/
    https://www.facebook.com/lillian.parker.182940

    #40191
    The Fledgling Artist
    @the-fledgling-artist

    @lillian-parks03 Oh I feel a littleย embarrassedย  now. ๐Ÿ˜€ I thought that was a quote from this TV show. And so what I said before probably doesn’t make any sense to anyone. *blush* Well, uh nevermind! I really shouldn’t assume things. ๐Ÿ™‚

    "Though I'm not yet who I will be, I'm no longer who I was."

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