Anthropomorphization, often known as humanization, is the visual or conceptual transformation of animals or inanimate objects into people. something It’s something we do intuitively, like supposing our dogs have human thoughts or speak in human language, and it’s also something we do actively, like when humans purposefully turn them into human form. Shannon Lee is one of the latter kind. The young artist nails it while keeping the source’s distinct characteristics in her own distinctive style. Examine the options and make your pick.
Shannon graciously agreed to an exclusive interview about herself and her work, noting, “Obviously, I enjoy sketching, but I enjoy people even more.” Nothing makes me happier than hearing someone express that one of my drawings brought back memories, made them laugh, or made them feel something different.
I have a small group of pals who, like my family, are incredibly supportive. We play nerdy games like Dungeons & Dragons all the time. Despite the fact that I spend the majority of my time at the Tasmanian Department of Justice, I am looking forward to starting full-time as an artist in 2022! It’s a hazardous move, but my great girlfriend is behind me.
“I believe that inventing characters is my favourite pastime. Imagine who you want a character to be and then convert it into forms, colours, and style choices, among other things; problem-solving so that another person understands who that figure is. It’s difficult to avoid being clichéd or uninspired when using features that people will recognise (such as symbols or form language). This does not, however, imply that I am always correct. It’s all a part of the fun. “There always seems to be something new to learn.”