This sticky is very overdue.
The definition for "heavy" is entirely up for interpretation; still, let's please keep the kaleidoscopes, "trippy" GIFs and notebook doodles to a minimum.
Here are some good examples for what we as a community should be aiming for in terms of content.
Please refer to Rule 1 before posting.
Include all relevant information you can find in your title: Artist, title, creation date, medium, etc. If it is your work then add an "[OC]" tag.
No more long sentences describing how the picture relates to your emotional state. The best part of this type of art is how one interprets it. Someone may find a piece calming where another finds it angry. So keep the titles brief and informative.
So, just to re-remind everyone, lets try and keep kaleidoscopes, trippy gifs, and doodles to a Minimum if you are going to post this type of content it must match the aesthetic of the above images in some way or form.
This subreddit is meant for fully completed / illustrated / rendered heavy art. It should be dark and emotional.
From the side bar
The goal here is to capture the darker side, the no limit to the possibilities side... the going completely out of your mind side.
Hey guys, huge fan of this sub.
> Looking to 3D print a unique jewellery piece for my SO
> Was in Barcelona this year and fell in love with Gaudi, the art style of this sub and the Dior style of symbolic art
> Looking for a mere sketch or suggestions on how I can tell a story using imagery, symbols and creative genius
Open to any advice!