Qi is a Chinese freelance illustrator now based in Toronto. She started her art journey pretty late, exactly like me, but went on a great path cause she got crazy good so quickly! She mainly works with watercolors, a medium she likes, and focuses on cute and colorful illustrations for kids. If I may suggest I think you should take a look at the links below and watch her YouTube channel, it's full of awesome videos.
Nada is a self-taught digital artist from the Middle East. Her artworks focus mainly in creating suggestive scenes that can inspire through colors and light. Those two are in fact the main traits of her works and the ones that make the result differ from the rest of the world. She also gets inspired to create the awesome illustrations you see and that comes mainly from music and films.
The approach that leans towards using lighting as the main feature of a painting holds the benefit of creating many "wow" moment scenes
Yvette is an illustrator based in Singapore, she loves storytelling and the exploration of art through different mediums. Her occupation at the moment is working full time for the future graphic novel she is going to release (approx. summer 2022) and the task is quite huge. While surely being a hard work and requiring a lot of time and effort to be completed, we get the benefit of all the beautiful illustrations Yvette posts and the hype is building up. I love having this sort of "story" in the story to follow
Ayran is a digital painter and concept artist from Venezuela now based in Spain. The peculiar traits of his art include a passion for dark, monstrous and stretched out portraits which he's able to decline in various shapes. The use of unconventional color palettes makes his art stand out from the usual and creates the surreal magnetic effect that makes me want more!
Sometimes the little details make the difference, some other times the once "human" face is treated so much you could literally talk about monsters, or creatures from other worlds.
Valerie is an artist based in Berlin where she studies finearts. Her style is very "calm", you can see that on the IG feed where she posts images that sometimes include her desk. The colors she lives in, the way she prepares things, her dresses, everything. This is reflected in the artworks, in my opinion, so I love the connection between the artist and the art and I think it's what genuinely pushes the works over the top.
Aleksander is a concept artist and illustrator from Poland. I'm going to steal a word or two from his twitter profile description where he says about himself he's "chaotic neutral". Even if you're not into D&D and the likes, even if you don't know alignments very well the two words do summarize what I see in his IG feed pretty well even when taken literally for their meaning. He likes to explore with techniques, styles, mediums, subjects, colors and everything you can imagine. This makes the posts very diverse and the range of artworks you can find is pretty huge
Damian is an artist from Poland, he paints a lot of portraits using oil colors on canvas and to be fair the realistic look of his art is off the charts. On his IG feed you will find not only the finished pieces but also a lot of close up pics and short videos. The ones with the varnish layer applied are surely videos I enjoy a lot, it's soooo satisfying to see a blurred out painting going back to crystal clear. It's a bit like watching Damian take the "quality" of the painting and upgrade it to full HD.
Cookie is an illustrator and character designer from Poland and I can't talk about him without saying he loves lizards, dragons and reptiles. This passion led him to explore their nature and he's now capable of drawing super expressive dragonlike and dragonborn creatures that to me are missing nothing if you compare them to the most famous D&D (and similar) figures you're used to see in the books or the guides.
Apart from dragons he also creates awesome humanlike characters, animals and can really draw anything fantasy style related with ease