I love concept especially when a joke is made like Peking duck they showed a duck peeking on some girl who's skirt blew up and it was hilarious but I also love those concepts that seemed to be just out of my reach that could be real if I just stretched my arm a little farther. One day I saw a painting of some blond haired kid sitting on a rock looking up seeing every kind of fish you could imagine in the world and on top of the picture you can see the surface of the ocean.Just wow.
i voted for ingenious option as well. but i would have chosen any of the others too. because all of that really does appeal to me in art . and this is dA. im theres alot of people who would choose any of the individual options as well as all of the above.
I think stuff that impacts your emotions is what I consider a great piece of art. But at the same time it's gotta have a nice style that fits with what emotion the artist is trying to convey. I think something that delivers a message of some sort is great too. It's very hard to decide :[
Hello there friend. Can you spare a minute?Pointless Rambling? Oh my, don't get me started on pointless rambling. Pointless rambling is just so.... pointless.... and.... ramble-istic! I can pointlessly ramble all day. In fact, did you know that Eminem is the greatest pointless rambler ever[Citation not needed at all; thank you very much]? Speaking of Eminem, I like the candy that was named after him. I wonder what would happen if he changed his name to Skittle.... hmmm. Oh, I could wonder all day about candy and rappers. Hey, candy and rappers! Candy rappers! Get it? They're like, rappers named after candy, and it's such a wonderful pun. Candy, wrappers. <eyebrow movements> If you don't get it, it means like, "candy wrappers", which are those paper things that go around your candy. Now I want some candy. Who else wants some candy? Because I want some candy! Who doesn't want candy? Once I knew a guy one, he hated candy. Really, I don't know how that's possible. There's like supposed to be something in mammal phylegony (did I spell that right?) that makes it so that everybody likes candy. Except maybe him, I realised, once I met him. Or maybe he is lying. I don't know if I told you this before, but I hate liers. And people with bad spelling. They absolutely ruin the chance of an article looking falsely serious to be funny. Phylogeny's a funny word. It's like 'phylo' and 'geny' together... Filo and Genie, get it? No I guess you don't. Ooh, look, squeriils!!!
Well, back to subject. What was that again? Oh yes, about pointless rambling. Yes, pointless rambling... oh, where do I start on pointless rambling? Let's see. Ah, yes, I know....
Eh. I just felt like putting this in here out of my boredom. I'm bored. And hungry. Bored and hungry. Maybe I should eat something fun like.... Lucky Charms! They're magically delicious, and magic is fun. It's food too, so it solves all your problems. I might find the cure for cancer through the power of Lucky Charms one day! Cancer is also a yummy form of crab. It's also a zodiac sign. But I don't have that sign, unfortunately. Do you know what else is a good sign? A stop sign. It has big white letters that allow the driver to think about how calming it is, before they go into oncoming traffic. Speaking of traffic, how many people go on Uncyclopedia a day? I would pay good money to find out. Speaking of money, have you ever seen a 5 dollar coin? Those things would be so sweet... change in my pocket. Have you ever gone swimming, and in the water there is a pocket of air in your swimsuit? Neither have I, but I have seen it. Dang, it would suck if I was blind. Then I could not look at any of these pages. How many pages does the Harry Potter books have? Bet it's at least a hundred or something. Might wanna go check someday.
And you know hat else is magical besides Lucky Charms? Wizards. They're magical, and darn awesome. I mean, for any magic/unexplained thing, you can just say "A wizard did it!" or something, and it'll make sense. You know what else makes sense? I dunno. Puppies, puppies, I guess make sense. Like, I dunno. What relates to this subject? Puppies now, I guess? Well, puppies... well, don't even get STARTED with puppies. Trust me, I've been there, and it's a bad road. Horrible... horrible. Trust me. In fact, it's so horrible, I'm going to drop the subject entirely
I think concept and execution are extremely important, but the true and most fascinating quality of good art is the ability to make you feel and connect to it so I guess that's what appeals me the most.
difficult, I think, personally, that it is a mixture of all above in just the right amount to create the "perfect cocktail of good art" and ofc its also your own taste! that's why there is such a huge variety in art ^^
I personally think it's style and execution. If you had a choice between two pictures, one from a Japanese Manga Artist and one from an American Cartoonist, both with the same concept and subject, which one would you pick based on style and execution? An overwhelming majority would choose the Japanese Picture. The style is Popular and Modern and uses brilliant colors and attention to detail.
Not to put down my own art style, but let's face it: The Japanese do make some pretty damn good art nowadays.