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Is not drunk as a skunk
You can "watch" a certain tag though. Go to your settings, and you can edit your "watch" list. Then, after doing that click on "Watched" at the top of any Derpibooru page.

And yeah, this is epic, and well done.

This is the persons art style. This is a detailed painting in this persons art style I'm guessing. It's a nice style and isn't photo realistic.

I like this and yes it isn't as detailed as a photo realistic painting because it isn't meant to be (probably)

You probably meant this too though. :)


I guess my interpretation of "detail" is a bit different. When I say detail, I mean that something is painted to be like the thing it is, the brushwork is more precise and invisible, and there's more attention and time dedicated to single things.

Here most of the things are merely illusions of detail. Just an impression. If you take a closer look at the trees for example, they're built from very loose and blocky strokes/taps/blobs with a single brush. They look more detailed than they actually are when you're not directly analyzing them. The focal point is the place I try to add up more detail, because that's the spot which people spent most of the time looking at.