Digital anthropomorphic art in a three-dimensional form or appearance. Art that was created using 3D software.
Animals: Digital Drawings featuring Anthropomorphic animals as the main focus. Comics: Digital comics that show a single page from a comic series or strip where the main focus is on Anthropomorphic characters, settings, themes, etc. Fantasy & Mythology: Digital Drawings that depict supernatural or magical themes often relating to legend, spirits, deities, and enchanted anthropomorphic creatures.Inanimate Objects: Digital drawings featuring inanimate anthropomorphic objects. An inanimate object has no life bearing parts. For example utensils, a teddy bear, snow globe etc. Macabre & Horror: Digital Drawings representing extreme fear, be it visual (ie. blood and gore) or psychological (ie. mind games). Political: Anthropomorphized digital drawings representing current or historical events in the political arena or depicting political figures. Portraits: Digital Drawings of an anthropomorphized person/figure, displaying the likeness, character, personality or mood of the subject; self-portraits.Sci-Fi: Anthropomorphic digital drawings that depict Science fiction. Such as speculative scientific discoveries, space travel and scenes, and other world life forms.
Anthropomorphic digital Art that combines multiple digital art forms or consist of both traditional and digital techniques that resulted in a digital end product.
Digital anthropomorphic art that does not match alternative categories.
Painting & Airbrushing
Digital paintings and/or airbrushing featuring Anthropomorphic animals as the main focus.
Anthropomorphic art created from the manipulation of two or more photographic images combined in whole or in part to create something new.
Pixel Art involving anthropomorphized characters,things,beings etc. Pixel art involves the placement of pixels within the direct control of the artist, using tools such as the pencil tool, line tool and paint bucket tool, that do not produce automatic anti-aliasing. The artist may or may not use a restricted color count.
Anthropomorphic tutorials that are aimed in transferring knowledge and may be used as part of a learning process. More interactive and specific than a book or a lecture; a tutorial seeks to teach by example and supply the information to complete a certain task.
Anthropomorphic vector art created in vector-based programs (such as Illustrator, Corel Draw, Inkscape and Flash) using only vector tools and containing only vector elements.