ART COLUMN – 31/12/22

Welcome to the Art Column! This is the fifty-third edition, and our reporters (currently Ella, Soup, Tomatoee and Moonlemur) have seen and gathered some great artworks made by and for 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 gallery and keep creating!

Theme of the Month

Each month, we feature a different theme for artists to contribute to, and this month the theme was Forest! If you’d like to participate in the next theme, post your art in #art with the hashtag included in this column!

“Forest Opening” by Moonlemur, Lieutenant General

“Photo I took on a walk after some snow where everything looked very green and full of life”

“Road-Trip Scenery” by Gianna, General

“back in august, my family and i were visiting some friends that live upstate. the car ride was four and a half hours but the forests and scenery made it super worth it. <33”


“Penguin Portrait” by Moonlemur, Lieutenant General

“Digital drawing of my penguin wearing a scarf for winter”

By Samuel, Private

“Christmas chaos victory” by Athena, Corporal

“A digital illustration of a penguin in a Santa hat”

Other Art

“A little cross stitch friend :))” by Knowah, Major

“This is a cross stich of a companion in binding of isaac. I made it to be a patch for my jacket. He took a while but I think it was worth it in the end :’))”

Thanks to everyone who chose to submit art!

Next week’s Theme is… Steampunk! Steampink is a genre of science fiction that has a historical setting and typically features steam-powered machinery rather than advanced technology. Make sure to put #rpfacsteampunk in the caption when you post your work if you’d like to be featured here next week! Additionally, those featured in the next Art Column will be rewarded with 1000 Rebel Cash! 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!



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