3 months ago 3 months agoWaiting For Something, Djamila Knopf, Digital, 2021 by Karam Dickens 10596views artist interview painting, digital art, digital art for beginners, digital art process, digital art tutorial, digital illustration, digital illustration krita, digital paint, digital painting, digital painting art book, djamila knopf art, djamila knopf interview, free painting software, how djamila knopf succeeds without clients, image, interview with djamila knopf, oil painting, oil painting portrait, oil painting techniques, speed painting, spiritual painting, visualthinking, what's new with djamila knopfLike it? Share with your friends! 304 Facebook Twitter304 points 10 Comments Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.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. It’s fantastic! It has Studio Ghibli feelings, but the girl’s proportions are much more realistic while maintaining the style. Amazing!ReplyAbove her head, it says nowhere in Japanese, and welcome to where the gate is.ReplyYou’ve arrived in the middle of nowhere. It’s very nice.Reply**Credit: Djamila Knopf, Waiting For Something, Digital, 2021**ReplyI like how “nowhere” is written over her head. She’s just waiting for anything to come along and whisk her away.ReplyIt looks fantastic. There’s also a hint of Studio Ghibli.ReplyThat isn’t the term for “nowhere,” but rather a predicate sentence stating that “nowhere” exists. I’m not sure, but it doesn’t feel right to me. I think you’d want something more like 無場所ReplyThis is something I would enjoy.ReplyIt appears to be quite tranquil.The suitcase, too, is beaming.ReplyUnless you don’t want to, I think you should try more art.ReplyWhat's Your Reaction? Unuseful 0 Unuseful Useful 0 Useful hate 0 hate love 0 love Posted by Karam Dickens Certified pop culture junkie. Reader. Beer expert. Zombieaholic. Tv enthusiast. Web buff.