How you draw and color a piece of art.
That persons uses a lot of sharp edges in their art style.
by Cyber10291 June 11, 2018
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Shitty, minimalist, and soulless art style made popular by Kroger, and now it's everywhere.
Even Urban Dictionary is using the corporate art style aesthetic (joke)
by K-Dogg1 October 3, 2021
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SJW Art style, - or Tumblr Art style - is a type of art style that is characterized mostly by males that have feminine bodies, females that have extreme manly features, girls with extreme amounts of body hair, big noses, big lips, obesity, people of color that have strong face features that resemble a stereotype of said race, or overall, extreme ugly people.

The SJW art style is normally compared to Steven Universe’s art, because of the similar message that it passes.

Oftentimes, even if the art is from different people, the style will look the same, or very similar.
Toby: Geez, I’m tired of browsing Tumblr and only finding art using the SJW art style!
Patricia: You’re right. It looks so wrong and sometimes, actually racist!
by Carolina22 January 14, 2020
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The claim that an art style can be stolen or copied by learning artists to gain attention. Usually claimed by unpopular artists/commentary channels to gain attraction.
Person 1: "That girl stole Sleepkinq's art style! Art style theft!!"
Person 2: "You can't STEAL an art style dude. Beginning artists often take inspiration from things they like and use it as grounds to learn how to draw. Even if they based it off that artist's art style they're creating original pieces with it. Everyone draws different anyway, it's impossible to 100% copy an art style. We're all going to do certain parts differently than other artists. Of course, artists need to branch off and experiment from one art style but it's not like some CRIMINAL thing that you need to be #ISOVERPARTY about."
by APuggle March 9, 2020
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When your art style is never the same two drawings in a row, a always changing art style.
"Ugh, I can never draw a character the same. I have such a bipolar art style."
by Totallynotfluffy December 11, 2021
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An inconsistency in an art style that is not considered to have a different logic, and is treated as if it has the same art style as the other parts of an artwork. Usually happens when the artist loves cute art but for some reason, they're forced to draw realistically, usually the humans (usually because the community expects someone to draw realistically instead of simple art styles, or having afraid of being ashamed just because they draw cartoony, or for art / art portfolio showcase, or a combination of these)

TAWOG logic: having different art styles and each art style works consistently in a 3D, realistic world (sometimes pre-rendered realistic world backgrounds), with their characteristics. This can also apply when a cartoon shows a strong expression that the face becomes realistic for a short time or a real photo

TAWOG logic but pseudo: the animals are cartoony and the humans are realistic, but they seem as if both are realistic and have no differences in logic. Only we the audience can see them having different art styles. An exception when the humans came from games/cartoons/etc where they're not realistically drawn and they're put in artwork with this kind of art style, collab/fanart human characters are seen as if they're drawn in the artwork, both seen by themselves in that world and by the audience

Without TAWOG logic: all characters see each other as realistic or as if they're drawn, regardless of their art style unless they are made aware of their art style
I write this definition because for some reason, I'm annoyed by pseudo-TAWOG art styles. Nobody understood what I mean when I wrote my opinion on r/unpopularopinion. This is subjective, especially about art preferences, since beauty standards are different for each person

Usually, pseudo-TAWOG art styles have non-chibi anime-styled humans or Western-comic-styled humans. They're so many examples if you explore cute artworks but I cannot tell you which artists since I don't want them to feel offended (but I give you a clue for an example artist: the one who has a famous orange guy emoji, usually used in memes and Discord. I love this emoji but unfortunately, the artist doesn't draw cartoony humans frequently and prefers realistic humans in her drawings. Her old handle has a cartoony knight profile picture made by herself and the handle was knight-related). Use Pinterest and hashtags (Twitter and Instagram) to discover new artists and use Yandex for identifying the OP (Baidu if the artists are Mainland Chinese)
by PuniUwUCute March 13, 2023
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