Friday, June 16, 2006

Rachel Young Fantasy Art



A freelance anime and fantasy artist from Wolverhampton in England, over a hundred pieces online at her website Artoki. Complete profile, available here
As a nice touch Rachel has posted a short background on each of her pieces of art, well worth a look.

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Britain
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Divine Blue
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OSCW
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14 comments:

gnome said...

She's both talented and with a male point of view. Amazing, who'd have imagined?

The Elderly said...

rare indeed!

gnome said...

Quite a find then!

The Elderly said...

an attractive quality one would think, but i've become accustomed to not having a clue what women are thinking.

gnome said...

... well, I've recently read a paper on the subject...

The Elderly said...

any of it help in my dream to share a bag of chips with angelina jolie?

gnome said...

Nope. It only mentioned Wynona.

The Elderly said...

damn! i was so hopeful

Buddy Lembeck said...

HEY NOW!

The Elderly said...

hey now yourself! what's so wrong with wanting to eat chips with angelina?

DEITRIX said...

The problem is chips dont go very well with whipped cream!! Unless maybe your talking about chocolate chips....? Hhhmmmmm.. now were getting somewhere!

Ok- on to the artwork above... I like the top image with the gun, but the other 2 look like they have Poser standins- The characters pose and footing do not line up with the backgrounds!
Other than that the coloring and hair looks great!

The Elderly said...

no I decided dinner would be too much for a first date, so sharing a bag of french fries (chips) was as much as I could aspire too. But now you mention it chocolate chips and whipped cream sounds ....gulp! good!

Your right, eagle eye that you have, they don't line up, how didn't i spot that before now? it's like she put superimposed the model over a background. Curious

DEITRIX said...

If she wants to be a good FREEHAND artist, she needs to stay away from POSER!
Poser characters can be spotted from a mile away even if you are painting over them...

The Elderly said...

i live and learn, theres an idea for someone with no graphic skills, so you take a snapshot of poser model, import it into photoshop and then paint over it!

Clever that!