In this digital 2D artwork we observe many characters however the main character is the taller standing individual with a chair tied to its back who’s pulling the other figures. The artistic process behind this work is a unique combination of vision, creativity, discipline and intuition all balanced and in collaboration with the technical craft, which makes the process complex and multi-layered.
Another important element in creating art and in visual arts in general is composition. These fundamentals are generally universal across different mediums and styles. For example on a 2D canvas you have to find the best view to draw your work, especially if you intend to simulate the realistic and artistic volume in a three dimensional form.
A volume (i.e. a three-dimensional piece) can be simulated in a two-dimensional artwork (such as a painting). Artists use a common list of principles to create their design or composition, some of those elements include; form, shape, line, color, value, space, texture, and perspective. They all collectively can make an excellent piece of art, and learning them will help you
become a skilled and versatile artist.
The first rule of drawing… is to draw, over and over and over again. It requires
tremendous amount of practice, I’ve said that before and I’ll say it again; practice makes perfect. There is no magic to it but to learn as much as possible, and practice as much as possible.
It’s only by doing where you become master of using color, form, line, shape, space, texture, value, and, etc. you have to be able to control the balance, emphasis, harmony, movement, pattern, rhythm, unity, and variety in your artwork.
It makes no difference whether you use digital or traditional / physical tools, the rules are same, and you should always keep in mind that art is nothing but arranging elements in a creative and unique way so that it appeals to the senses and incite emotion, which of course can be defined in various human activities.