Tag "Fan Fridays"

Fan Fridays: Iku-T0

This week we’re pointing the spotlight on Iku-T0, a talented digital artist with plenty of skill on display. Covering character art both classic and modern alike, Iku-T0 excels in their tactful use of color and lighting. Their many pieces excellently showcase this mastery, as

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Fan Fridays: Sonic Smashified

With E3 only a few days away, I thought it’d be only fitting to get in the spirit with some “smashing” artwork. Listed below we can see artists SirloinBurgers, Atlas-Divide, and Koghog have all thrown in their hats towards “smashifying” some of

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Fan Fridays: Rainy Day Art

Let’s face it – rain is awesome. Unless you’re an ombrophobic (aka a rain hater), these spring showers are the perfect way destress and let loose. Some of you might even be in the rainy season right now. As someone

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Fan Fridays: Green Hill Zine

This week we’re spotlighting Green Hill Zine, a charity fanart zine celebrating levels from four of Sonic’s classic games, being Sonic 1, 2, 3 & Knuckles, and CD. The zine features illustrations of all 42 different zones, with 42 individual artists

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Fan Fridays: Nerkin

Does the name Nerkin ring any bells? If not, there’s a high chance you’ve probably seen his work floating around the internet, whether you’ve realized it or not. Nerkin is one of the lead artists behind the massively impressive Sonic

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Fan Fridays: AeroArtwork

Towards the summer’s end, I walked into class and took a seat next to a man whose face was so deep into his art tablet that you’d think he was stuck in a trance. Upon further inspection, I noticed his

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Fan Fridays: MiiTara

This week we here at TSSZ would like to point the spotlight on Russian artist MiiTara, whose extravagant lighting and compositions have offered some of the most unique and charming pieces I’ve seen to date. Her brilliant brushwork adds a

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Fan Fridays: Aimf

This week our focus lies on Japanese artist Aimf, a man behind so much Sonic artwork that it’s near impossible to describe in just one post. Seriously, I don’t know what’s more impressive; the art itself, or the amount of

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