Adventurous Digital Art from the East


Chinese artist Qian Yi has composed these intriguing illustrations by combining elements of digital painting with more traditional styles. Many of them incorporate a sense of adventure with the traveling boy series of works. Yi is able to incorporate all kinds of color palettes and perspectives to effectively portray the message of the pieces. These illustrations would fit perfectly into a short animation story or can stand alone as sweet individual narratives.










Qian Yi’s Site
via [Empty Kingdom]





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