ART COLUMN – 12/31/21

Welcome to the forty-fourth edition of the Art Column, where our reporters (currently Anya, Cracked, Emerald, Sharki, and Yvng) 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 Artists

”Bill Cipher”, by z3ming, RPF Second in Command

”I was shovelling and I made a triangle and thought: ”damn I should make Bill Cipher”, so I did. All it took was a shovel and some snow.”

”Twisty”, by Quix, RPF Lieutenant

”This was a class piece I made demonstrating the rule of 3rds; basically, the human brain tends to look at things placed in 3rds and thinks theyre interesting, so before I made the sketch for this piece I made lines where all the 3rds were and placed things accordingly. The hand is on a third, the twisty arm is mostly on the third, etc etc. This was also meant to be an abstract piece (my teacher let us make one element in the drawing be not abstract if we wanted lol)”

Club Penguin & RPF Art

”CCXI Finals Trophy”, by rat_queen, RPF Major

”This was inspired by winning CCXI and I was super happy because I was in all of the battles while I was trying my best with tactics, once I found out we won I saw the trophy that F6 pinged and I wanted to draw it to show my support for all the rpf! I always like to draw and I like to win also so why not put them together!”

”RPF Christmas”, by imatsoup, RPF Brigadier General

Inspired by Coric’s halloween drawing, I wanted to make something big, so I spent the past month working on this piece. It was originally gonna be edited in GIMP, but it decided to be mean to me, so I decided to finish it by hand. I’m really happy I was able to finish this before Christmas ended!

Theme of the Week

In this segment, we will be announcing a different topic every week to challenge our artists and see what they come up with. If you would 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 Holidays!

”Oh, Puffle Tree!”, by LittySkitty, RPF Lieutenant

”This festive little penguin just loves singing Christmas carols while decorating the tree. And what better way to brighten up the room than with your joyous pet puffles!!”

”It’s Gingerbread Man Season!”, by jjsnowflake, RPF Colonel

You could say baking gingerbread man cookies is how I celebrate Christmas :hehe: This is my 2nd year doing so! We’ll see if it turns into a yearly affair :tongue~1:Drop me a DM if ya want the recipes I used for the gingerbread cookies & royal icing!

”Reindeer Stuck In The Clouds”, by rat_queen, RPF Major

”So this drawing, I was outside putting lights up and I saw a reindeer blow up and I put lights on it and thought it looked cool so I drew it and I realized it looked nice and I saw Art Column so I put it in!”

Thank you to everyone who submitted art!

Next week’s Theme of the Week is… Party! Since it’s the holiday season, we want to see how this inspires you and your art! Make sure to put #rpfacparty in the caption when you post your work if you would like to be featured here next week! Don’t forget: art includes drawings, music, photography, paintings, and more!

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!

Cracked ~ RBT Art Column Editor


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