Challenges of the week give artists the opportunity to create new and fantastic art based on a weekly theme set by the challenge moderators. They are also a great place to develop core skills.
Being featured on ConceptArt.org can get your artwork viewed by millions of artists a month including big industry leaders.
|Color and Light||1.1||Do Assignment|
|Color and Light||1.2||Do Assignment||1.3 | 1.4|
|Illusion of Space and Atmosphere||1||Do Assignment|
|Personal Art||1.1||Do Assignment|
Sooo.. when I think of concept art, I think of objects and medium put together to convey a message more than the actual image, but the only thing I see here is fantasy art. Im a little dissapointed. WTF
Some pieces have deeper meaning. What confuses me more is that I see too many people not take the time to use their imagination and come up with deeper meanings to what appears to be "fantasy art" on the surface. The artist shouldn't have to spell it out, nor should you assume that every piece is so shallow.
Also, the competition calls for multiple entries and interpretations. From aesthetic to abstract.
If it bothers you that much, cough up a profound idea and leave us speechless
I think you've confused "concept art" with "conceptual art".Sooo.. when I think of concept art, I think of objects and medium put together to convey a message more than the actual image, but the only thing I see here is fantasy art. Im a little dissapointed. WTF
Conceptual art is sharks in glass tanks, denoting something deeply meaningful about mortality
Concept art is sharks driving armoured tanks, showing their enemies the meaning of mortality.