Pop Fan Artist Spotlights

Pop Fan Artist Spotlight: MissEligon

Hello, everyone!

It’s Lucky Joker here, showcasing the wonderful works of MissEligon in another Pop Fan Artist Spotlight. MissEligon has won two art-related Poppies Awards with her “Danganronpa the Island” fan fiction (winner of the Poppies’ Best Fan Fiction in 2017) and her traditional visual piece, “Explore, Collect, Complete” (winner of the Poppies’ Best Fan Art in 2016). She’s gotta be a great artist, right? You bet!

Check out this collection of some of her work below (click to enlarge images):

Incredible, wouldn’t you agree?

Eligon credits her significant other, Criaha (another fantastic artist in the community!), for helping her with the anatomy in her drawings.

Here are a couple of tips for improvement with anatomy, as well as not letting people ruin your fun, from MissEligon herself:

If you ever want to create a character who has pink hair, is dating a canon character, is a child of a canon character, or other characteristics that makes people call them “Mary-sues” [i.e. generic], ignore those people—you’re only having fun with your ships or headcanons.

Also, if you want to improve your art, try searching up some anatomy tutorials and take inspirations from the many sources you love. The entire point is to keep on having fun and not let people ruin your fun.

Interested in seeing more of her art? Check out her DeviantArt gallery, and prepare to be amazed! She has lots of canon art, but also a ton of her fan villains which are ridiculously cool.

In previous Pop Fan Artist Spotlights, I’ve featured the awesome art of BlazingAngel123, treesareredinautumn, and ANNE14TCO—be sure to check theirs out, too.

I hope you enjoyed this look into a Poptropica fan’s artwork! Perhaps you’re even encouraged to make Poptropica fan art yourself.  If you’ve created some of your own, we’d love for you to share it on our DeviantArt group gallery, We-Love-Poptropica.

– Lucky Joker 🍀


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