Regret by Diego Fernandez
Surprised by Diego Fernandez
works wonders for the overall ambiance of each drawn character, setting them apart from the rest and even gives them a place of their own to dwell and survive. It thrills me to see an artistic style that fits the artist like a second skin, giving him full command over his future concepts. “I admire the work of artists like Eric Fortune, Joao Ruas, Sam Weber, Gabriel Moreno, Audrey Kawasaki, and dozens of others I see in DeviantArt every day (you can find me there as Diegoidef). Now, even when it started as a hobby, drawing and illustration is slowly becoming my work too, as I’m frequently called for freelance works and commissions.” One thing I enjoy doing is taking a look at the wonderful artists that our featured artists look up to, when searching them out you can see little resemblances between theirs and others you might already know. If you enjoyed this artist continue to support him by visiting his work at: http://diegoidef.deviantart.com/ and make sure to encourage him by commenting on his work.
“The artist is the opposite of the politically minded individual, the opposite of the reformer, the opposite of the idealist. The artist does not tinker with the universe, he recreates it out of his own experience and understanding of life.” -Henry Miller