Tag "art"

Fan Fridays: AndyApocalypse

Fan Fridays are back, and we’re kickin’ it extreme this week with a fun mix of creations by AndyApocalypse. Listed below are two animated shorts and two pieces of art, all of which are sure to get a chuckle out

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Fan Fridays: Finik

The Sonic fandom is full of so much talent, but today we’re taking a look at something a bit more traditional. Traditional art! Artist Finik specializes in soft, vibrant pieces covering an array of aspects from the series. Characters enjoying

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Fan Fridays: Replacement Cover Art

We’ve all been there. You walk into Gamestop to buy a used game, but the box art is missing, in its place being a weird illustration that resembles an off-brand flash animation. Well the guys down at VIP GameStore were

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Fan Fridays: Knockabiller

Another week, another Fan Fridays! This time we’re taking a look at some artwork by artist Knockabiller, a master of many styles. Whether it’s sketchy, stylized, textured or just straight up fluffy, Knockabiller showcases her skill with excellency. We’ve included

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Fan Fridays: Hortinus

Welcome back to the Fan Fridays!.. on a Saturday. Yeah, it was only a matter of time before this happened. Oh well – the show must go on! Today we’d like to point the spotlight on Hortinus, a man who’s responsible

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Fan Fridays: Winter Art

In the prime of this bitter cold season, I thought it’d be totally original to showcase some winter-themed art. What’s that? You think I’m trying to pull a fast one with some leftover Christmas art? No…. Seriously though, no matter the

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Fan Fridays: LixesPrototype

If you’re a recent fan of the series, it’s likely you’ve heard of LixesPrototype. Simply known as Lixes, this modeler has been rising in popularity with his renders, many of which bare striking resemblance to artwork from that of Sonic’s past. From

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Fan Fridays: TheLeoNamedGeo

This week our spotlight is pointed on TheLeoNamedGeo, an artist who specializes in colorful character portraits; literally. These aren’t just vibrant works, but intently done pieces that focus on the characters’ specific color schemes.  Aside from the solo pieces, she also

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