I love it's so colorful and stylish, very appealing and relaxing.
Faebelina is one of the nicest people I've ever encountered. I love watching how her artwork has evolved, and hope one day to have the money to commission her on something <3 I absolutely adore the artwork of her nightborne. <3
I absolutely adore Faeb's style, I follow her on multiple platforms <3 I love how she depicts her elf as different races, and yet it's still so very consistent, that's some serious talent.
Great work! She is a very talented artist indeed. I can appreciate all of her art, and I especially like the Val'kyr drawing. Those Digital Avatars are very neat! Thank you for the contest! Good luck folks.
I adore her use of colors and facial expressions! Been a huge fan for years!
The blood elf pictures are amazing - all well done.
i have always loved faeb's art, and she seems so kind. i have loved her "what if?" series a lot, where she explores her OC as different warcraft races!
I really enjoy Fae's last drawing of the Void elf. It feels more Nelf than what the Void elves are all about, but it's amazing. The crescent moon on her forehead is really cool as well!
One thing I love about Faeb's work is her unique idea of making an entire series out of drawings of her nelf druid character of the same name as different races, both playable and NPCs... from Jinyu to succubus to gnome to Pandaren to ogre and beyond, even including non-WoW things like superheros, Hogwarts students, Pokemon trainers, mermaids, or Qunari in the crossover mix...It's definitely a thing I've never seen done by any other artist, WoW based or otherwise, and the truly amazing part is how there's always the small subtle details like embroidery on a garment or curve of a weapon that, even in the case of wildly-different transformations such as tuskarr or trogg or grummle, still makes it unmistakable who this figure really is.
I have admired more than a few pieces of Faebelina's art over the years seen on Twitter and such. Her fans have grown so much. And I love everything Kaldorei - awesome depictions!
Faebelina's tied for my most favorite online artist that primarily produces WoW themed art. She gave my character life as a prize for a contest my own guild was doing and managed to give so much emotion and fun to make my own image of how I saw her more vivid...it also helped that she made it so I could finally jam on a guitar axe as a Draenei.It's just that style of her characters...especially in the faces. It's incredibly easy to just look at one of her works and know it's one she made before you even see the signature or who posted it. Once you can pull that off, you've made it so well and I love seeing her post more stuff, especially the recent works with stories attached.
I've seen her work before online, and I really admire the style! One of the best artists I've seen do elves and draenei.
the clothing. it has to be the clothing for me. Most of it is based off in-game sets I recognize but her adaptation of them is on another level. They're gorgeous.
All of Faebelina's art is what I like! I haven't seen a single piece I can say that I dislike. Maybe not like as much as others, but never dislike :P
I love the colors she uses, everything looks so soft!
I adore her use of color and her lighting and shading helps make her work so vibrant! She's got great form and attention to detail as well, and her backgrounds are Art Goals! Everything works so well with her style! I've got a bit of a blue and purple bias so I'm very happy seeing so much used.
Love the style and the colors. It's pretty impressive to have come so far with your art in such a short amount of time without any formal training. Great work!
I love her style, especially the style of clothes and hair <3!. I like how she draws her character in different races.
Her elf drawings are wonderful, what I like the most with her drawings is how the colours flow into eachother. They fit perfectly and never clash unintentionally.
I love Faebelina! It's been especially rewarding for me to see her become more and more prolific over time, and I'm super happy to hear she's doing something she loves (wtg hubby for the nudge.) The thing I've loved about her work are how she executes her lines. A lot of artists now exaggerate lines and it tends to overshadow the entire piece. Her lines are merely there to support the whole, and it makes for an ultimately pleasing effect. She also brings light to her characters, which I can most whole heartedly appreciate.