Good evening everyone! I do hope everyone had an enjoyable Halloween weekend.
For those who live in Los Angeles, did anybody go to Comikaze this weekend? For those who don’t know the convention, it’s essentially an old school comic book convention run by Stan Lee. You may find information about the convention here.
So to end this the last night of the week, I introduce Li Shuxing, a concept artist from Shanghai, China.
Now usually I pick a number of different artists to choose from before writing an article and not just pick the first person I see, but this artist’s work dumbfounded me.
In the next few weeks, I’ll explain some new art vocabulary that can be found in just about all the pieces I’ve shown so far.
Also I’ve been rather self-conscious about how there has been a lack of female artists in these spotlights. When I look for artists, I only look for their work, and don’t actually pay attention to their names, but when I look back at it, the problem exists. So I’ll begin changing it up.
Anyways though, here is his work:
The Wolf Oh Valley
To Attack the City (I can only guess that there were some major Lord of the Rings influences on this piece.)
Top of the Amber
The Jungle Adventure
Postern of Fate
The Elves Beach
The Xuan Empire
I hope everyone enjoyed tonights spotlight.