ONE SHOT: LAURA BIFANO’S VOXEL FAUNA
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Just to put that last post in a little more artistic context, especially if her name seemed to ring a bell you couldn’t quite place, above is Laura Bifano’s deer duo, part of a similarly voxelated (?) series called ‘Menagerie’ that originally put her on the map (or, at least, the ‘Tumblr radar’).
You can find a bunch more of those at Bifano’s other illustration blog, and get prints of these and a whole bunch more from her Etsy shop here (I’m also partial to this ‘Foxhunt’ painting).
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ONE SHOT: LAURA BIFANO’S HALF-REMEMBERED VAPOREON
My favorite illustration from one of my new favorite game/art sites is this Vaporeon, via Pokemon From Memory, a new undertaking from artist Laura Bifano, who by her own admission “hasn’t seen a Pokemon since [she was] 12”, and otherwise only relies on the descriptions sent in by request — basically, and awesomely, a 21st century version of 18th-19th century zoological illustrations from far-flung explorers.
In this particular case, the request came from Toronto indie dev Damian Sommer (he of the previously-featured Comics Vs Games submission The Yawhg), who supplied only that a Vaporeon has “a body sort of like a dog, except for its mermaid-like tail. It also has a short face, big black eyes and a raised spine. Its head has three fins on it, and around its collar is what I guess would best be described as a frill?” I’d say she basically nailed it.
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