1 week ago 1 week agoFragile, Qing Han (Qinniart), Digital, 2020. by Nile Woolley 27588views commentary, digitalart, image, luke alexander, procreate, qing han, qinniartLike it? Share with your friends! 297 Facebook Twitter297 points 27 Comments Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Qinni, take a deep breath and relax. You are sorely missed.ReplyInsanely sad and insanely emotionalReplyIn my view, this is beautiful art!ReplyHaving this after all this time was a soul-crushing blow.Thank you for making this accessible. It is important to remember her and her work.ReplyI loved Qinni’s work and was heartbroken to learn of her death; she was a true gem.ReplyI adore her work. I cried for days after she died! Right now, I’m crying. Can she finally find rest.ReplyShe died two weeks after I learned about her and her story and fell in love with her art. Despite the fact that I didn’t know her at all, it was truly heartbreaking. She had such a lovely spirit, and it shone through in her art as well. R.I.P.ReplyShe was an inspiration to many people, and she was also going through a lot in her life. Let her soul rest in peace.Reply,,,,,,,,,, Qinniart, rest in peace. You continue to be an inspiration. We are missing you.ReplyI’m missing her. I was late to her art scene, but I had always seen her work floating around the internet and enjoyed it… Only thing that irritates me is that I only figured out who they were after they had passed away… TXTReplyOne of my favorite musicians of all time. Qinni, thank you for sharing your talent with us. Your work will always hold a special place in my heart.ReplyI miss her; this was her final work of art.ReplyWe have lost a great person in the form of a beautiful child.ReplyHer watercolors are beautiful. A great artist and a tragic loss.ReplyThis made me very sad. It’s just so sad because she was such a lovely person.Replygent I had been following her for a long time. To keep up with her, I started using Twitter. And, with a poof, she’s gone.That was, and continues to be, unreal.ReplyQing Han, rest in peace.She was a truly inspirational artist.ReplyTo be honest, it’s always difficult to look at her work.ReplyI still recall hearing the news of her death when I awoke. I knew it was coming, but it always surprised me. May she now be able to relax completely.ReplyAn artist and an individual with such a powerful presence. To me, it still doesn’t feel genuine.Many things are no longer the same, including the overused ‘too much fangirl-ed’ meme, considering how lame it sounds. ‘Oh…*oh*’ is all there is to it.Qinni Han, rest in peace.ReplyWhat was the name of the artist? Is it true that everyone in the comments said she died of cancer?ReplyWow, that was incredible. This is the first time I’ve seen it, but it says a lot. Then I look up the artist, and everything falls into place. I haven’t even received my cancer diagnosis. I may or may not have it, and I hope I do not, but this makes perfect sense. Art is described as work that evokes emotion. I don’t post much in this sub because I mostly just fuck around on Redditt, but I had to post this in honor of this picture.ReplyIt’s strange seeing her art now that she’s gone; wasn’t this her final piece?ReplyWhat she wants is someone to hold her.ReplyI’m so sad because I miss her so much. One of the reasons I wanted to be an artist as a kid was because of her work.ReplyThis is beautiful art, but it becomes even more so when you learn about the artist’s background.ReplyRIP Qinni, I still weep whenever I see that piece of art.ReplyWhat's Your Reaction? Unuseful 0 Unuseful Useful 0 Useful hate 0 hate love 0 love Posted by Nile Woolley Social media fanatic. Amateur introvert. Lifelong food enthusiast. Zombie fan. Friend of animals everywhere.