EvolutionsVoid creates characters, artifacts of power, and races of demons, undead, ghosts, monsters, robots, and symbiotic worms, usually with stories in the description. Line drawings are made for each. I find the stories very interesting. Some remind me of Greek myths. Others are in the style of police reports, archaeology field reports, or ghost legends.
Gorger has created several races of aliens with long descriptions of their biology, culture, and their interactions with other races. Line drawings are made for each.
Avancna is the creator of Tlaquanaru, an Earth-like planet home to analogues of fish, birds, reptiles, echinoderms (i.e. starfish), cephalopods (i.e. squid), and more. The pictures are excellent.
Cibana explores alternative skeletal morphologies such as fish in which the skull curves back over the body and the jaws are tail bones. In this way, he is like ThomasTapir. These are done in diagrams. She also creates much art just for the visual beauty of it. These pieces are often of unicorns or dragons.
Typhon--monster-king creates animation shorts of comical myth-style stories, such as this one about being married to the sun. The style is unique, being very detailed and busy with a lot of motion and color. It’s worth checking out.
There are so many others that I can’t remember them all. Instead, I have gathered links to my favorite pieces in four places.
The IDEAS folder is for those pieces of art whose primary value for me is in their description. This includes diagrams, sketches, and unfinished work. I favorite those that are too creative or unusual to ignore.
The THINGS folder is for those pieces of art that may have interesting descriptions, but also stand on their own as visually interesting. This folder is mostly for monsters, but also includes bone carvings and more.
The PLACES folder is for pictures of pretty places rather than dynamic objects (such as animals or vehicles). It obviously includes sunsets, mountains, and cities, but I also threw in plants and abstracts I liked.
The PEOPLE folder is for people. Having potential for complex backstories and dreams, sometimes hinted at in pose, dress, or expression, it is people that make the most interesting works of art.
Many works were difficult to categorize. Some fantasy creatures I decided were people, while others I classified as things. When people or things were interacting with an environment in a place, I usually gave more importance to the person or thing, though exceptions were made if the person or thing seemed to merely be incidental in showing off the nature of the place. Often, the line between things and ideas was not clear, but I did my best to create a consistency of style. In everything, what I deem to be the important elements are products of my life experiences of what is unique or cliched, my emotional baggage, and my ability to create explanatory backstories on the spot to make some works more interesting than they truly are. Enjoy!