Whether from Poptropica players or Creators, there’s plenty of amazing artistry inspired by the whimsical worlds and styles of Poptropica. Browse our collections below and be inspired to make some of your own creations!
💫 Community Creations »
Every month, the PHB inspires fan art creations from our community with fun themes such as Doctors, Monsters, Pirates, Robots, and many more!
🖍 Coloring Book »
Coloring pages created by fans and compiled by the Poptropica Creators. To share yours, upload your pics to the official submissions form!
🎇 Comics »
A database of all the original Poptropica comics and where to read them – the original version of the Mystery of the Map graphic novel and lots more.
👘 Costume Look Book »
A look book of the coolest costumes, old and new, created in Poptropica. Get Poptropica fashion tips, view other players’ characters, and show yours off!
🌄 Daily Pop: Sneak Peek Archive »
The complete archive of Daily Pop sneak peeks, which ran from Nov 2010 to June 2016. Explore Poptropica’s artistic process behind-the-scenes!
🎨 DeviantArt Group »
Admire the creations of Poptropica fan artists who share in our DeviantArt group, “We-Love-Poptropica.” Plus, make and share your own work!
🌌 Digital Wallpapers »
High quality and standard for most desktop computer backgrounds — or crop them to fit other devices, such as phones or tablets.
✨ Fan Art Features »
Take a look at the fan art that’s been shared by the Poptropica Creators on social media! Plus, browse #Poptropica or #PoptropicaArt on Instagram for more.
✏️ Fanfiction »
Read fictional stories written by fans that involve the Poptropica universe and its characters. See what shenanigans they can get up to outside of the canon!
🍿 Fan Magazines »
Peruse The POPCORN, the PHB’s pop-pop-Poptropica fan zine of years past containing stories, artwork, island ideas, and more.
✍️ How to: Draw a Poptropican »
Learn how to draw a Poptropican character using this clear and easy step-by-step guide. You don’t have to be a great artist to master this doodle!
😎 Meme Faces »
“Poptropican Meme Face Mondays,” or PMFM, was a weekly PHB series where meme icons would be edited onto Poptropicans. Enjoy the meme-ories!
✂️ Paper Crafts »
Want an IRL Pop prop that’s almost as cool as a plushie? Download and print out these templates to make your own DIY Poptropica paper crafts!
👩🎨 Pop Fan Artist Spotlights »
This series highlights the creations of individual talented fan artists in the community, such as iLee-Font, Lucky Joker, ray-of-flight, and many more!
🌪 Popstorms »
Pop Creator Jon Pitcher (aka Master Mime) created a doodle series to “inspire kids to be silly and creative.” Catch them on the PHB or Pinterest.
🖼 Poptropica Portfolio »
This series highlights the amazing artistry of individual Poptropica Creators, such as Chris Goodwin and Kyle Fox, who have contributed to the game.
📱 Poptropica Stickers App »
Make your text messages pop with Poptropica stickers by downloading the official app on iOS! Only for iMessage.
🦹♂️ The Villain Saga »
The Villain Saga is a Poptropica fan fiction project based on real Poptropica villains from across the islands, created by MaryannTheConqueror.
📺 YouTubers »
Watch these fantastic fan videos covering all sorts of Pop topics, from gameplay to island ideas to speed draws and more!
🌟 Keep on popping on, Poptropicans! 🌟
And stay tuned to the Poptropica Help Blog for the latest news!
9 thoughts on “Art”
Enjoy all the amazing art created for and inspired by Poptropica, and feel free to share your faves in the comments! 😄
some of the art is kinda 🤔…😨 makes the villains look scarier((⊙﹏⊙))o. am i a baby for saying some fanart makes villains look scarier?
You’re free to form your own opinions, just as fan artists are free to render their favorite villains however they like (which may appear scarier than they do in-game).
I recently took up drawing Pop Art drawing, and I wanted some feedback on my latest (and first) drawing.
Cool! Maybe you can try shading different areas for contrast. The Bard head is cute! 🤖✨
Got it, thank you!
The drawing is nice but you could use a white stroking paint brush to make stars
I love the art everyone makes 🙂