This reddit community is for submitting your favourite digital or natural media creations of landscapes or scenery. They must be original creations, not photographs of already-existing places. Overgrown jungles, barren planets, futuristic cityscapes, or interiors, are just some examples of what is expected. Yes, you can submit drawings of your own imaginary landscapes. Please accredit the artist by their real name.
Welcome! The purpose of r/DigitalPainting is to nurture growing artists. Be prepared to receive constructive critique on your art. Be active and participate in the conversations, give critiques! Being able to recognize and give constructive criticism will mark your growth as well as help others! Have any questions? Stop on by the infamous Wobbly Wednesdays!
Studio Ghibli is a Japanese animation film studio founded in June 1985 by the directors **Hayao Miyazaki** and **Isao Takahata** and the producer **Toshio Suzuki**. The company's logo features the character *Totoro* (a large forest spirit) from Hayao Miyazaki's film *"My Neighbor Totoro"*. It has its headquarters in Koganei, Tokyo. **Share your love of all things Ghibli!** (http://redditgifts.com/exchanges/studio-ghibli)
Pictorial art of characters from fantasy, sci-fi, history, or other fiction. Armored warriors, powerful wizards, deadly ninjas, intrepid archaeologists, starfighter pilots, badass gunslingers: all are welcome. If it's awesome, fantastic, and human (or anything even close), submit it here!
SF, fantasy, post-apocalypse, and other genre visual arts. Explore the visual aspects of imagined worlds. All speculative visual arts are welcome, from space vistas to fantasy landscapes to ruined cities to psychedelic paintings to dreaded monsters to f'ing dinosaurs!
Pictorial art of monsters from the past or present: angels, demons, strange WTF creatures, drooling brutes, innocent-looking oddities, mythical hybrids, an image from a bestiary, etc. Yes, you can submit drawings of your own imaginary monsters. We strongly encourage the crediting of artists by their real name.
A community advice / critique panel, much in the vein of /r/learnprogramming. Ever wonder how someone did that AMAZING painting and want to learn the technique? Problems with Photoshop or illustrator? Need to know a good brand of acrylic, or where to get your stuff printed?