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Posted 9/25/15
high renaissance art
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I prefer the traditional cell shaded type of Art because IMO, it's a lot easier for me to color, lol>=D. Vectors are fine too, like this!




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Just a few of the artists I like.

Ikenaga Yasunari
http://ikenaga-yasunari.com/


Jola on Deviantart
http://modliszqa.deviantart.com/


Leonid Afrimov on Deviantart
http://leonidafremov.deviantart.com/


Maja Wronska on Deviantart
http://takmaj.deviantart.com/


Nanomortis On Deviantart
http://nanomortis.deviantart.com/


Camilla Derrico on Deviantart
http://camilladerrico.deviantart.com/


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I like every art. I think all arts has their distinct beauty, I just like staring at them. But of course there are some creepy ones but yeah lol
I also like banksy's street art. Like his every art has deep meanings in it


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I do not like any particular style or type of art, I merely like art that I like, and can not really explain why I like them.
Though if I lent in any direction I would vear towards surrealism, and even then only a few pieces, lets say ones with a darker slant bordering on simply not having a positive slant, however not to the extent that it takes away from the symbolism and dream like quality. Further ones with depth rather than a direct point.
Personally I do not like completely clear art, I enjoy a bit(or a bunch) of chaos and uncertainty.
But really I would rather we not define our preferences and enjoy art without that clouding our minds.
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Posted 9/25/15
I tend to like abstract art
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Posted 9/25/15 , edited 9/25/15
I like simple but detailed character drawings like things by Arawaii Keiichi.

When it comes to landscapes I like really wide and busy, but peaceful works like Albert Bierdstadt.

Here's my favorite
Posted 9/25/15 , edited 9/25/15
I like impressionism in both the visual arts as well as music!

I don't know much about art though. But when I look at paintings that are classified as "impressionist", I tend to like them.
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Generally anything well-made. Personally I prefer digital portraits or detailed and realistic fan art. Favorite artists are Ilya Kuvshinov, Kawacy and Mike Inel
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I love art but I find it very difficult to pick a favourite because I can't find an artist that catches my eyes with more than one artwork. These are some paintings that I like:

Children's games (1560) by Pieter Brugel the Elder

Cupid Complaining to Venus (1530) by Lucas Granach the Elder

Primavera (1478) by Sandro Botticelli

Madame de pompadour (1758) by Francois Boucher

-sorry if I didn't spell the names correct

Please don't judge me but I do like artwork by Adolf hitler.

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I tend to consider propaganda as art as it just moves me with some of them.
Posted 11/1/15
Abstract, contemporary. I love the complexity and simplicity of art, and how artists portray their art. Of course we all view the same art but comprehend it in our own perspective!!! I also love getting inspired when I paint as well.
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Posted 11/1/15
Moe landscape art
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