Comical Dark Fantasy Based of Classic Tales

Generally, fantasy art is an art work by imagination of great writers, ancient myths, movie makers and artists. But you can also create these fantasy creatures just by using your wide imagination and putting your self in to the world of fantasy. Have you ever wondered why dogs bark with an unusual sound that gives a very uneasy feeling during the night? Or taught of creepy creatures hiding in the dark? We often heard about them from ghost stories and feared their appearance in televisions.

They might be real and frighten you as well or just fantasy, created by people with wide imaginations. Most fantasy creatures are feared for their violence known as beasts, but there are also some that are said to be good and helpful.
Fantasy is a dimension created by or came from a wide imagination that separates real from enchanted. It is generated from our mind to form an imaginative picture and even form a beautiful fantasy creature. Generally, it is an art work by imagination of great writers, ancient myths, movie makers and artists. But don’t worry for there is no exception in having a fantasy art, for we can also form these fantasy creatures just by using our wide imagination and putting our self in to the world of fantasy.
One of professional artist in Fantasy Art is Dale Forward, he have been drawing for over 15 years and loves drawing dark fantasy pieces,hard worker and ton of effort to accomplished art work,its common to get blisters on his fingers and his arm goes numb. Dale Forward like the process of a drawing and then watching the different reactions of others to the finished work.
“I’m inspired by classical artists like Van Gogh and Da Vinci as well as modern cartoons like Adventure Time and SpongeBob. I like trying to work with new ideas every time I draw so that when I want to make a really nice piece I can fall back on the basic stuff if I run out of ideas.
I’ve been drawing for pretty much all of my life and I love fantasy drawings. Mostly my art works for make it done, take between 5-12 hours each on A4 paper”.
Source: Bored Panda, Instagram, Drawing Secrets

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