Wow, it seems like we just snapped our fingers and suddenly we’re at the end of July. But, before we say goodbye, we have to show you some amazing new artwork that came in. While it would be awesome to push all of them into this month’s post, the spotlight is only big enough for three. So, after much debate, we decided on three favorites that we thought would look great in July’s New Art Spotlight feature!
The arts and artists listed below represent what this last month has been like here at Inked Gaming, and show that we have a lot to look forward to moving into August. We have two new designs from two artists who just recently joined the community and another new design that was specially created for our Draw This In Your Style art contest, which is still live. So, if you haven’t done so already, please be sure to vote for your favorite Griffin artwork before voting closes on Friday!
As always, if you like these designs, be sure to check out the other awesome new art available on our site and keep an eye out for our future New Art Spotlight blog posts. You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to help make sure you never miss out on one of our spotlights, announcements, or memes in the future.
Furthermore, if anyone out there is interested in joining our program (or you know somebody that you think definitely should be signing up for our program) you can head over to our Artist Programpage to learn more about the program and how to submit an application!
Random Galaxy offers an abundance of over-the-top collages by combining things people love together. Branching out from writing, illustration, film, and music, in 2010 the brand adopted techniques learned from Photoshop magazines and online resources to begin developing a photo-manipulation collage style of art. One of the aims of Random Galaxy is to put unique and subversive spins on popular references.
My name is Anthony Burchett, and I am a freelance digital artist and graphic designer. I've worked primarily within the Magic: The Gathering community on card alters and to support content creators, but have begun trying my hand at more original artwork just for the sake of my own joy. I find a lot of inspiration in traditional Japanese ukiyo-e works, and I can't help but try to emulate pieces of it throughout all of my art.
Most of my design work can be found on my Instagram page @listener_alters, but I'm most active on Twitter as @ListenerElf. The best place to find me is at linktr.ee/listeneralters.
Hi there! My name is Kate Becker, and I'm one of the owners of Mox Valley Games in Springfield, Oregon. I've drawn creatures and characters my whole life, and I've taken up painting to make one-of-a-kind tokens and playmats for our game store. I love to sculpt and enjoy all kinds of fantasy art.
You can find more of my work at:
Kate Becker (@katebecker.art) • Instagram photos and videos