Love to doodle, paint, craft or just you know – CREATE?
Fan Art Up is originally inspired by FanArt Friday which is a phrase you may have heard before. It’s been around for I don’t know how long. So I started this linkup meme as I haven’t seen one around the book blogging sphere and I thought it would be oodles of fun to get us into the mix.
Fan Art Up is a weekly meme hosted by Tabitha @ Not Yet Read. It is dedicated to showcasing our Fan Art inspired by entertainment media, whether it’s Books, Movies, Anime, Comics, etc. Spread those peacock feathers for us!
Everyone is welcome to participate as long as you follow these oh so simple rules:
- Create some FanArt or Book inspired art (work must be your own or a member of your site’s work – No Stealing!)
- Enter your link on the linkup form below. Opens every THURSDAY @ Midnight (EST) – open all week
- Identify this meme in your post and link back to this blog, Not Yet Read
- You may use the Fan Art Up graphic button in your post or create your own! (once my button is ready)
- Keep it clean, there might be young folks hopping through.
- Check out some of the amazing art from your fellow artists!
Once the Fan Art Up meme gathers more of a following I will be hosting a monthly contest where we will be able to poll vote on our favorite art for the month and that artist will win a prize!
This week’s art I created was inspired by a new Urban Fantasy series that I’ve fallen in love with by M.L. Brennan. She has these awesome fox shapeshifters in her series called kitsune. There are only women kitsune and they originate from Japan. Seeing that I love Japanese culture (and have I mentioned I’m an anime nut?) I just HAD to do something inspired by these books.
Be sure to check out my Author Guest Posts & Interviews page for 3 articles from the author!
Alright folks link up and lets see what you’ve done! Remember to link back to this post!
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