It’s been a long hiatus for FYIG but, we’re finally back with a brand new “Introducing” article! When I first started this series, I wanted to showcase exceptional people and things and this next person I’m going to introduce certainly fits that description with her amazing digital art.
Faleasha Myers is a digital artist from North Carolina and has been a friend of mine for about 6 years now. When I first met Faleasha, the first thing I really came to find out about her was that she was a very talented artist capable of replicating a character or picture with great accuracy in addition to making up her own unique pictures. I’m going to take you through a little portfolio of what she is capable of.
Faleasha is an avid Disney Princess fan and has several digital paintings of Disney characters on her blog such as Cinderella (seen above), Ariel, Pocahontas, Belle, Snow White and, Sleeping Beauty (as seen below).
Those aren’t the only princesses she’s tried her hand at though as she also made a great Princess Lolly from the classic board game, Candyland.
She’s also a big Harry Potter fan and made a wedding picture for Ron and Hermione.
Of course, there’s more than just fan art on Faleasha’s resumé though. She was chosen as the one to make the cover art to multiple books in The Progeny Series by author Ashlynne Laynne. Faleasha brought the main characters Ascher and Shauna to life as seen below. These are her own creations based upon what she read about the characters.
Faleasha has done some amazing things with all of her various interests and the series of book covers but, there’s one interest that may trump them all and that’s wrestling. She has done many pictures over the years of many of the WWE Divas but, the last couple she has posted have been some of the best I have ever seen. Take a look below at her pictures of AJ Lee and Mickie James.
As you can see through the pictures posted here, Faleasha has really come into her own in the past couple years as a fantastic artist and will only keep improving in the years to come. I haven’t seen many people who can put in the detail that she can to evoke the emotions that you see on all of her characters’ faces. With every new piece of art, the details become more noticeable. I can’t wait to see what projects she has up her sleeve next!
If you’d like to get in touch with Faleasha or see even more of her digital art you can follow her through these channels: