Art Column – 11/30/20

Welcome to the seventeenth edition of the Art Column, where our reporters see and critique pieces in the #art channel and choose which to feature from members of the Rebel Penguin Federation.

By definition, “art” can be best described as…

“…the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, typically in a visual form such as painting or sculpture, producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power.”

Due to this, the Art Column’s purpose is to promote all types of art. This includes whether it’s digital or physical, something you can hear or something you can see, and even if it’s RPF related or not. However, please do also keep in mind due so many members in our group, not everyone will get recognized each week. Nonetheless, we hope you enjoy our weekly gallery and keep creating!

Featured Artist

“Penguins at Christmas” made by alfie, RPF Major.

This week’s Featured Artist is Alfie!

Alfie earned this week’s Featured Artist with his nice pixel art that he made! He used MC paint to create the artwork, which didn’t take too long to make. And he just made it because he was bored! Anyways, make sure to congratulate alfie when you see him in chat!

Club Penguin & RPF Art

Being the Rebel Penguin Federation, we have to include art related to us in this post of course! Here is some Club Penguin & RPF related art made by none other than our fellow troops!

“Puffs Vibin’”, made by Rainbowdy, RPF Private First Class.

Rainbowdy here made this amazing looking art about two puffles with powers! The White could freeze things, and the Black could control fire. It looks awesome and has a cool story, nothing better than that!

“RPF”, made by Coric, RPF Private.

Here, Coric made a super cute and incredible piece of art about the different RPF uniforms! It depicts the Air Force, Navy, and classic uniform on three different penguins. Our RCs better be proud!! We salute you Coric :salute:

Theme of the Week

In this segment, we will be announcing a different topic per week to challenge our artists and see the best they come up with. If you’d like to participate, post your art in #art with the hashtag we include here for a chance to be featured!

This week’s Theme of the Week was Nature!

We asked our artists, “How would you say your art was inspired by nature?” Here’s what they had to say, along with what they created!

“Aurora Borealis”, made by jjsnowflake, RPF Colonel.

“It’s been a while since i painted with acrylic, and I really wanted to! Art column theme was nature and so I thought what’s something special that I could paint :thinking: Then I thought of how i’ve always wanted to see the nothern lights. ‘That’s nature right?’ so I decided okay, let me attempt that with acrylics :hehe:” – JJ

“Yellow Flowers”, made by Guinz, RPF Officer Cadet.

“With the theme being nature, flowers would definitely be one of the first few words to come to mind. They are pretty and we probably see them around us in our daily lives. I hope these flowers will brighten someone’s day when they look at them!” – Guinz

“Sunshine on a Rainy Day”, made by Lil Rainbow, RPF Private.

“I took this image while i was outside on my front porch because i noticed it was really bright out while still raining and funny enough you could see the rain clearly in the picture and i thought of the theme :slight_smile:” – Rainbow

Thank you to everyone who submitted art!

Next week’s Theme of the Week will be… Fantasy! Kind of going back to Harry Potter week, we’d love to see anything related to the series, magical, or something related to that category! Make sure to put #rpfacfantasy in the caption when you post your work if you’d like to be featured here next week! Don’t forget: art includes drawings, music, photography, paintings, and more! Be creative!

All art presented was given permission by their creators to be included in this post. Never steal or take credit for another person’s work!

Thanks for reading!

-RoyallySuperb, RBT Art Column Editor


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