Japanese manga / anime & games Korean-Chinese semi-realism concept art for MMORPG/illustration
I like realistic art too, like some artists make draws like real photos that is amasing. But i love all kind of art, i just am fascinated with some videos on youtube people painting frames like soo beautiful. like this video [link] is just wooooow i wish make clouds like that is soo beautiful and soo realist.
But i love all types of arts and i wish know all of them, i think the only art that i don't...(is not i don't like but i don't feel empathy) is abstract art, like picasso i don't ''like'' so mush that type of art, i like art that represent something, and abstract art i just think 'what this represent?! it doesn't represent anything' but not all abstract art are like that.
[link] this type of abstract art i like but then this [link] i don't like is so mush.
I'm most attracted to manga style. Most likely with average sized eyes. And semi-realism and Korean-Chinese semi-realism concept art for MMORPG/illustration. But they kind of resemble each other, right? The other 2 country seems to be inspirired by Japan's comic art. Of course if there's other nice stuffs I like them too; wether it's fine art or photography.
While I've been cleaving increasingly closer to a style similar to Korean manhwa/psuedo-realism I generally pay little attention to style as it relates to things I like (as opposed to things I do). Solid execution, a grand vision, and/or an audacious take on an idea tend to influence what I like more than anything else.
my preference is for fine art, old master paintings (and new) ...and for commercial art, I like the fantasy illustration, some marvel and dc comics artists of the Golden Age (Jack Kirby on top!!!) and some manga artists like Sei Itoh, Masamune Shirow, Katsuya Terada, etc. ... basically almost everything!
I voted for I like more than one style, realistic paintings, anime and cartoons, charcoal paintings, pencils... I am not an artist that way ( I mean I don't draw or paint), so the art should talk to me and it doesn't matter how it was done.
Japanese manga/anime and games. Obviously since I draw almost exclusively this.
Old Master paintings. I love studying their stuff to see how they used stuff. I really loved one of my final assignments in Drawing 101 because it was to copy a classic piece. I had a lot of fun doing Raphael's self portrait. (And not just because he was cute.)
Japanese manga / anime & games. Korean-Chinese semi-realism concept art for MMORPG/illustration. Classic western realistic Fantasy / Sci-Fi illustration/concept art for video games and films. And Old Master paintings - fine art.
I like a realistic painterly approach... with realistic eyes that have a lot of emotion in them. Anime eyes are good too as long as they are not too big. The picture itself can be of anything, from absolutely normal to fantasy or sci-fy. Art it so beautiful
I like pretty much every style you listed, or at least aspects of each one. It depends on the genre, subject matter and subsequent niche found within that style. I like things with lots of mood, atmosphere, and meaning. A unique approach is great too. What that entails varies from image to image, so I honestly couldn't sum it up in this comment.
Japanese manga / anime & games Korean-Chinese semi-realism concept art for MMORPG/illustration Classic western realistic Fantasy / Sci-Fi illustration/concept art for video games and films Old Master paintings - fine art
all of them are equally incredible on their own way, I like them all. besides, I'm a sucker for concept art
I love all kinds of styles. While Japanese anime and Korean semi realism are the most popular styles, I love digital painting, concept art from fantasy games and movies and of course, fine art. Especially Impressionists.
Japanese manga / anime & games, Korean-Chinese semi-realism concept art for MMORPG/illustration and Classic western realistic Fantasy / Sci-Fi illustration/concept art for video games and films the most though I like pretty much any style that I find appealing.