Project Educate: Fan Arts out of Fan Art #2Hello my dear deviants! Today we'll be featuring some galleries outside Fan Art that host fan creations in them. The lovely rydi1689 has already covered some in Part 1, so make sure to check it out. Without further ado, let's get this started!Project Educate: Fan Arts out of Fan Art #2 by alexandrasalas
"Independent pictures that are put together to form the illusion of a continuous moving image." - ArtisnotanAccident, Film & Animation Gallery Moderator.
Examples of Fan Art in the Animation Gallery:
"Tangible craft work created by the artist, typically created for utilitarian use or decorational purposes. Only the tangible, finished product belongs into the Artisan Crafts galleries.
There is a wide variety of artisan crafts, including pottery, textiles, needlework, wood, metal, leather, glass, jewelry, culinary arts and much more." - MyntKat, Artisan Craf
Project Educate: Vexel Fan ArtWelcome to another chapter in Project Educate: Fan Art Week! This article will be covering the concepts and role of Vexel Art within deviantARTs Fan Art Gallery. As usual, well start by defining what Vexels are.Project Educate: Vexel Fan Art by alexandrasalas
Vexel is a neologism for an entirely pixel-based form of raster art that imitates the visual appearance of vector graphics technique (i.e. sharp-edged lines and areas of flat colour or smooth gradient fills). The word itself is a portmanteau derived from a combination of "vector" and "pixel." - Wipedia.
Vexel is a mix of 'vector' and 'pixel'. Vexels look like vectors but unlike them are made of solid/gradient colour raster shapes, which means that if you resize a vexel it will loose it's quality, while vectors can be expanded to any size you want and will still have that crisp look.
The most popular
Project Educate: Vector Fan ArtHello and welcome to another article for Project Educate: Fan Art Week! Today well be covering one of my favorite forms of Digital Art: Vectors and their role in deviantARTs Fan Art Gallery. So why dont we get started with the definition of what Vector Art is?Project Educate: Vector Fan Art by alexandrasalas
Vector graphics is the use of geometrical primitives such as points, lines, curves, and shapes or polygon(s), which are all based on mathematical equations, to represent images in computer graphics. - Wikipedia.
In digital art there are two layer formats: raster and vector. Raster formats are based in pixels and vector is based in paths and points.
When you resize a raster image, you are expanding the pixels. Your program has to try to estimate what the colours would be for the additional pixels created. Due to this, the image loses it's