3 Mar 2023

Different proportions in Digital Art Animals

A change of proportions, which has gives these digital art animals, a completely different look.

Annada Menon in an Indian Illustrator.    The following is a quote from the artist herself. "I feel that 80% of my life is all about art. If I am not working on commissions I am creating personal work where I explore various styles and themes."

What I love most about these digital paintings, is that the animal is still very recognisable, even though it looks so different. The motion, poses and expressions are details which fit perfectly with these newfound proportions. They make amazing animals look adorable.

Specifically, the lightness of the zebra contrasted with the imposing monolith structure of the frog. Sorry.... One more. The mane on the lion and that look... Almost to say: "I am beautiful and I know it!"

Which animal is your favourite?

Ps. I gave the images some titles.

For more of Menon's work here on DesignStack, press this LINK.
Smiling tiger.
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Carefree zebra.
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Hungry rat.
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Puzzled cat.
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Astonished pigeon.
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Happy shark.
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The lion King.
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Ominous frog.
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Posing mouse.
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Curious fox.
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The bat - nighttime dweller.
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The Prancing Pony.
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