Artist Makes Semi-Realistic Fanarts Of Pop-Culture Characters – Design You Trust

Artist Makes Semi-Realistic Fanarts Of Pop-Culture Characters

Pancham From “Detective Pikachu”

Fanart is art based on a character, a fantasy, an item, or a notorious work, made by fans of the franchise. This type of art does not necessarily consist of living characters, such as celebrities, as it can be a work of visual media, characters from comics, video games, films, etc.

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Arcanine From “Detective Pikachu”

Stephen Molyneaux is a professional UK-based artist and has received several awards for his work. He is currently a conceptual artist who works on character development for the film industry, but before that, he was working in the games industry as a 3D character artist before moving into film VFX. As of now, Molyneaux’s portfolio mainly consists of professional film work and personal work, but the artist likes working on his own original work more, since it allows him to explore ideas of different styles and mediums.

Eevee From “Detective Pikachu”

Stephen’s specialization is working with highly realized characters and creatures, many of which can be seen in popular films such as Pokemon: Detective Pikachu, Shazam, and Dora And The Lost City Of Gold.

Emolga From “Detective Pikachu”

Winnie-The-Pooh

Brutus And Nero From “The Rescuers”

Dumbo

Swiper From “Dora And The Lost City Of Gold”

Aipom From “Detective Pikachu”

Flareon From “Detective Pikachu”

Boots The Monkey From “Dora And The Lost City Of Gold”

Psyduck From “Detective Pikachu”

Squirtle From “Detective Pikachu”

Uncle Waldo From “The Aristocats”

Pidgeot From “Detective Pikachu”

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