In the previous blog, I tried to make a list of popular digital artists. But surfing around, I found yet more digital artists who can have your jaw drop with amazement. Here they are:
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Wasekadraws is an amazing showcase of brilliantly drawn cartoons. From the emotions that her characters are already expressing in still pose, it is not hard to deduct that Waseka’s cartoons are eagerly waiting to have their own cartoon show. It is her choice of color and lighting that sets her work apart from others.
Rickshaw Painting Studio
Ever wondered how the Titanic poster would look like if it were painted on the back of a rickshaw? Well, wait no more. Rickshaw painting studio provides with those rare opportunities where western art and culture is translated and interpreted into our very own rickshaw painting style. This is fusion at its best.
Ayan’s Art Works
Ayan’s Art Works showcases the amazingly detailed portraits and caricatures of Bangladeshi celebrities. Occasionally, you will also find cartoons and sketches that are a joy to watch.
Ishmam toons is a must-see for sports and wrestling fans. While there are other cartoons on the page too, you can clearly see the love of the cartoonist for Football, Cricket, and WWE.
This is yet another artist who will have you scratch your head while you wonder how one can come up with such work. Minimal posters has a keen eye on detail and which particular aspect of an icon/movie we remember. Then, as the name suggests, it is expressed with the minimum number of elements.
Rakeeb toonzz is about fan arts and cartoons. The gives the promise of a rising cartoonist.
Even though T-Pot is here at the last spot (because I made it basing on FB likes), it deserves a much higher spot in terms of appreciation. His work is meticulously detailed, colored and dynamic. Just have a look yourself.
Not being sure if he’s a digital artist or not, I have opted to put his work in the bonus section. Sadat’s work is largely comprised of political caricatures, however, that is not his only forte. His work on acrylic can have you mesmerized.
Anup Dutta is a digital artist whose work will fascinate you. He blends modern elements into classic and vintage images and is a master at photo manipulation. Although Anup doesn’t have a Facebook page for his work, you can check out his work on his Instagram account by clicking this link.
Great detail in sketches and vibrant colors in the cartoons- that what sets apart Tirtho.
To read the previous blog, which features 11 digital artists of Bangladesh and their works, click here.
Sayma Sultana Guria
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