Yuko Rabbit Fuses Western & Eastern Aesthetics to Produce Original Images

By: Jason Soy - Published: Mar 14, 2012 • References: &
Yuko Rabbit, aside from have an incredible artist name, is perhaps one of the best comic book artists and illustrators currently working in the industry. His visual style is a gritty blend between Japanese anime and European art, harmoniously melding the most visually pleasing aspects of the two and producing visuals that are distinct to Rabbit and Rabbit alone. Though his subjects retain a painterly look, Yuko Rabbit often toys around with digital effects, adding prismatic splashes of color or textures that are impossible to replicate in analog illustrating. His bold experimentation is inspirational to those trying to set themselves apart in the copycat world of art making.

Yuko Rabbit currently illustrates using digital software and a pen tablet, though he made images traditionally for most of his life. He was inspired by deviantART users to make jaw-dropping paintings, and has never looked back since making the switch to digital media. Stats for European-Style Anime Art Trending: Older & Buzzing
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