An Australian native, Patrick Brown has been drawing since he was 5. He works with pencil and paper as well as digital tools, like photoshop, and the majority of his work depicts video game characters. From his DeviantArt profile: “I have always been greatly inspired by many things, from games to movies and even TV… Continue reading
Singapore native, Kai Lim grew up surrounded by games and toys, from which he learned a lot about the value of entertainment in one’s life. With that mindset, Kai followed his career as an artist as it brought him into the employment of companies like Square Enix, Timegate Studios, and Sony Online Entertainment. The only… Continue reading
Ryan Shiu is a freelance graphic artist from Australia, but spends his time frequently in China. You can visit Ryan’s main website, his DeviantArt profile, and follow him on Facebook. There were a few Zelda-themed pieces of his that I couldn’t include in the selection below, due to DeviantArt water marks, so I urge… Continue reading
Retired army veteran, Yang Junlin of Huizhou, China, has constructed a number of jaw-dropping Transformer-like robots out of his “Legend of Iron” factory. Having created over 1000 of these impressive machines out of salvaged metal, Junlin has aptly earned the nickname “Steel Legend.” Check out some of the work Junlin and his 10 employees have… Continue reading
Artist Christian Jackson has made some clever minimalist designs of fairy tale movie posters. A handful of my favorites are below. Check out the entire stock, as well as an interview with Jackson, at MyModernMet. You can even buy the posters as prints at Image Kind for a little over $21 a piece. Visit… Continue reading
Artist Mike Puncekar has drawn up these rather scary versions of the once cartoony villains of the Mario franchise. Check out the rest over at Geekologie.
For his nephew, Abe’s, birthday, Scott Johnson took one of Abe’s drawing and recreated it himself as a fully fleshed out cartoon character. Scott recorded himself sketching the creature out and narrates the sped-up replay to clue us in on his techniques. If the art looks familiar to you, it is probably because you’ve seen… Continue reading
Artist: Mike Dubisch. Also see: Realistic Sesame Street painting. The stuff of nightmares. Visit Mike’s website here.
Artist, Andrew “Njoo” Hou, has quite the catalog of artwork under his belt. The Wolverine vs. T-rex piece seen above is one of a two part set: a before/after of this epic battle. The “after” picture is at the bottom of the post. Let the betting begin! Andrew Hou teaches/mentors an online Schoolism course for… Continue reading
…when you were 7. WHO DID YOU CHOOSE? Bulbasaur, Charmander, Squirtle. Of the triumvirate, which was the best? Click “Leave A Comment” below and let the debate begin!