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My happy-go-lucky-late-fo

My happy-go-lucky-late-for-everything-because-he-needs-Starbucks Viktor is finished along with his little Makkachin! I love him I'm going to do a response to this with Yuri, cute sketches like these make me happy getting better pencils on Friday too excited #viktornikiforov #mangadrawing #mangaart #animedrawing #animeart #art #anime #animefan #animelover #victornikiforov #yurionice #fanart #illustration #kawaii #sketch #artwork #artistsoninstagram #prismacolor #pencildrawing #portraitdrawing #ballpointpen #dibujo #drawing #drawanime #voltron #mysticmessenger #killingstalking #tokyoghoul #attackontitan #naruto

@Regrann from @pickiipack

@Regrann from @pickiipackart - [Fanart] Collection of Snow Series thank you so much for all of your likes and comments! Actually I'm not that satisfied with this project because i have been so busy this month. So I can't complete each artwork like perfectly as I wish anyway i will working harder and see you again in the next series #bts #btsfanart #bangtan #bangtanfanart #jungkookfanart #taehyungfanart #vfanart #sugafanart #yoongifanart #namjoonfanart #jiminfanart #jinfanart #pickiipack #digitalpainting #fanart #kpopfanart #youneverwalkalone #springday #jhopefanart # # - #regrann

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It's the first night of W

It's the first night of Wizard World Chicago Comic Con! We are all set up & super excited! Kick off to the weekend is at 4pm but we've already sold cookies! Wish us luck folks... and if you happen to visit, we are in booth 1019! #wizardworld #wizardworldchicago #comiccon #crumbyart #crumbycookies #vendors #visitus #royalicing #fanart #geeklifeisthesweetlife #nerdlifeisthesweetlife #geekery #edibleart #mkesweets #mke #milwaukee #milwaukeebakery #bakery #elmgrovebakery #elmgrove #brookfield #fondant #sugarart #frosting #happybirthday #treats #cookies

An extract on #fanart

A different, older meaning of the term is used in science fiction fandom, where fan art traditionally describes original (rather than derivative) artwork related to science fiction or fantasy, created by fan artists, and appearing in low- or non-paying publications such as semiprozines or fanzines, and in the art shows of science fiction conventions. The Hugo Award for Best Fan Artist has been given each year since 1967 for artists who create such works. Like the term fan fiction (although to a lesser extent), this traditional meaning is now sometimes confused with the more recent usage described above.

Fan art can take many forms. In addition to traditional paintings and drawings, fan artists may also create web banners, avatars, graphic designs or web-based animations, as well as photo collages, posters, artistic representations of quotes from a work or artistic representations of characters in new contexts or in contexts that are in keeping with the original series. The broad availability of digital image processing and the Internet has greatly increased the scope and potential reach of fan art. U.S. TV producer Bryan Konietzko wrote in 2013: "I remember back in the Avatar days [20052008] the typical fanart we would get would be a charming, childish crayon drawing stuffed in an envelope. Nowadays on Korra, I take a skewed screenshot with my phone, post it, and shortly thereafter someone un-skews it, crops it, separates the character levels, clones the background, Ken Burns it with a multilevel slide, animates the characters blinking and talking, tints it, and makes a GIF out of it, that I then see on the same phone with which I took the original picture. Times they are a-changin"

Due to the nature of fan art, there are many debated facets of the topic. One of the most prominent controversies surrounding fan art is its validity as art at all. Some people in the art community believe that since fan art is based on someone else's original content, it doesn't deserve to be considered "art." Their definition of art entails that it must be an expression of the artist, and artwork that is derived from already-existing content cannot fulfill this. A counter-argument to this statement is that fan artists add their own individual style to the art they create. Although the concept may derive from someone else's work, the content equally as individualistic and expressive as any other form of art.

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