Welcome to the thirty-fourth edition of the Art Column, where our reporters (currently Yvng, Cracked, Eskild, and Jaeun) 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!
“Shattered Glass Rudolph”, made by RedNosedLugia, RPF Private
“My inspiration for this was the sole thought of “I wonder what an evil looking or anti-Rudolph would be like.” The horror movie Krampus also played a large part in developing this, since a Rudolph lookalike was not seen during the movie. Being the huge Rudolph nerd I am, I just had to fill in that gap.”
Club Penguin & RPF Art
Being the Rebel Penguin Federation, we have to include art related to us in this post of course! Here are some Club Penguin & RPF related art made by our fellow troops!
“sweater weather song cover art”, made by jjsnowflake, RPF Colonel
“I drew this cover art for a “Sweater Weather” song cover i did with Pinkpop and Guinz for the Pride-themed You Seminar Contest hosted by a few RF divisions — disney, art, music and literature — during Pride Month. That’s the 3 of us I drew in the sweater! Song cover link: https://youtu.be/Q9uR-JkAHQ4“
“RPF City”, made by DJ. Æ Ånsqwërt. & KD, RPF Privates
“This build took us a long time to make, but we did it in around 12 hours, we are still developing the surrounding area with different kinds of houses. Our aim is to make a kind of RPF city.”
“RPF Navy & Air Force joint operation”, made by Bread, RPF Recruit
“Claiming land is serious business”
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 Abstract!
“Lost in My Thoughts”, made by jjsnowflake, RPF Colonel
“I drew this during one of my lows, there wasn’t any inspiration or motivation. I guess you could call it abstract vent art, I just drew how I felt at the point of time. I don’t really have an exact description for this piece, so it’s really up to individual’s own interpretation. One way I could probably describe it would be an internal struggle with a glooming clutter/maze of thoughts and the heart could represent love? positivity? I haven’t quite figured that part but it definitely represents something positive among the clutter.”
“My mind”, made by bubbles, RPF Brigadier General
“I used to do this art ALL the time whenever i was overthinking things and it basically was all my thoughts bundled up into a form of art and i would just draw different shapes and things to help me calm and relax :))”
“My head be like”, made by Zawa, RPF Colonel
“I was bored one day so I decided to draw what was going on in my head and this happened”
Thank you to everyone who submitted art!
Next week’s Theme of the Week will be… Sci-fi! We’ve all encountered Science fiction one way or another: from seeing time travel in films, reading about parallel universes in a book, or daydreaming about saving humanity from an alien invasion while in class! With this new theme, you’d be able to channel all that imaginative energy into your art. Make sure to put #rpfacscifi 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!