Humans are developing vaccines in record time and planning to go to Mars but we remain callous and cruel towards beautiful animals who mean no harm.
A German artist known online as Jenny Jinya has been tackling this issue for quite some time now. Whether she’s talking about orcas, parrots, or elephants, her comics remind us that sadly, a lot of the time when the Grim Reaper comes to take animals to the After Life, it’s because of humans.
And this one is no exception—the story is about a lonely swan who had to witness her precious eggs get brutally smashed. “I read about this a while ago and it still breaks my heart,” Jenny wrote when uploading the comic. “The only message I have here is don’t be cruel.”
Bas Uterwijk is back on Bored Panda with more of his recreations (old post here)! Bas uses artificial intelligence to recreate paintings, statues, and many other things into a realistic portrait of what these historical figures could have looked like. Technology has come a long way, so if you’ve ever wondered what Mona Lisa, Van Gogh, or Shakespeare looked like in real life, this post is for you.
Bas has worked in CG animation and video games, but for about 14 years now, he’s devoted himself to documentaries and photography. He has a lot of experience with this type of technology. So when he started to experiment with recreations and AI, he found a new hobby and way to use the skills he gained through all those years.
Once Tithi Luadthong (grandfailure on Depositphotos), an interior illustrator and artist from Thailand, discovered the potential of digital sketching, at that moment, his world changed forever. With a background in analog graphics and watercolor painting, he had forgotten about brushes, ink, and airbrushes.
Even though some of our favorite Disney characters, like Snow White, for example, are over 80 years old, they don’t look a day older than when they were first created. However, French Guiana-based artist Véronique Pierre decided to bring some of them to the 21st century by giving them new age makeovers. She regularly posts videos of the makeovers on her TikTok and has already gathered a following of over 633K fans on the platform!
In a recent interview, the artist explained why the princesses in her illustrations aren’t always as merry as we remember them. The artist said that while most of us are used to seeing them as happy, in the real life everything isn’t as beautiful and easy. “We all have ups and downs,” added Véronique.
Véronique says that she was inspired to start creating the makeovers after seeing other artists creating similar images on TikTok. “I thought it was really beautiful, and I was wondering how the drawings would look with my own style,” said the artist. “So I decided to draw all the princesses.”
Morgana (Little Mermaid)
Tiana (Princess and the Frog)
Wendy (Peter Pan)
The artist said that when she was drawing Ariel, she thought to herself “If she was here with us, if she was real, what would she be like? Would it be like in the movie where everything is nice and clean?” Véronique realized that she probably wouldn’t be as happy as she was when she was created and decided to try out a more thought-provoking approach.
Madam Mim (The Sword in the Stone)
The artist also says that the villains are often underrated as they’re just as charming and charismatic as the main characters and adds that Cruella de Vil from One Hundred and One Dalmatians was her most favorite illustration to draw.
One day, this guy just kind of figured – “I spend most of my time on the internet anyway, why not turn it into a profession?” – and he did! Now he not only gets to browse the latest cat videos and fresh memes every day but also shares them with people all over the world, making sure they stay up to date with everything that’s trending on the web. Some things that always pique his interest are old technologies, literature and all sorts of odd vintage goodness. So if you find something that’s too bizarre not to share, make sure to hit him up!
When it comes to online challenges, we instantly think about something silly, like the “ice bucket challenge” or even something stupid like the “Tide Pod challenge”. But not all challenges are created equal – and today I want to introduce one that everyone whose into art will be able to appreciate.
My friend and I had a blast working on these paintings! She worked on an abstract painting while I worked on a fall scene paint palette knife painting! It was my first time using paint palette knives! The process was so much easier than what I thought! I sold the painting later on to a new friend I made while hiking one day!
Drew Evans is a Marion, Iowa-based artist who creates stunning nature-inspired sculptures using reclaimed bicycle parts and scrap metal. The artist has been into welding since 2008 and is skilled in various welding techniques, allowing him to not only work with different types of metals but also to create the most intricate of sculptures. In addition to creating sculptures, Drew also paints and has been running a bicycle mechanic service since 2019 – truly a man of many talents!
Once again, A.I. remakes make an appearance on Bored Panda. This time, we have a wide array of characters from all kinds of universes. From the beloved Frozen, to the classic anime Death Note, to the Cartoon Networks star Ben 10, you will be able to see what the main characters of these animated series would look like if they were a little more realistic.
The artist known as Darky Artist on Instagram decided to try out this new technology combined with their skills in Photoshop. The result is quite interesting. The artist told Bored Panda: “I have used a tool called Artbreeder to generate the base images, then edit as per requirement using Photoshop.”
Oh my f*****g god…STOP CALLING THIS GUY AN ARTIST! He uses a completely FREE website called ArtBreeder and barely photoshops anything. He’s claiming a complex AI’s work as his own when he barely did s**t, so stop praising him PLEASE!4ReplyView more comments#2
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