“Transformation art” is a term used to describe a type of artwork in which people are transformed into animals. It’s a form of body art that can be made with either photographs or live models. A person will pose for the photographer or artist who then manipulates the subject’s image to create the desired effect.
The result is an image of a person (or sometimes more than one) with the characteristics of an animal. The images have often been created with Photoshop software and can be made to look very realistic. Some transformation artists use special effects software to create the illusion that a human is changing into an animal in front of your eyes.
TAT has become popular in recent years as more people come to appreciate its amazing results. Many artists are increasingly adding it to their portfolios as it becomes more and more mainstream. Few people realize that this art form even exists, so when they’re told it does, they’re surprised!
Transformation Art is also known as “Humanimalism,” which is derived from the words human and animal. This art form began around 2004 so it’s still fairly new compared to other forms of body art such as tattooing and piercing, but it’s growing rapidly in popularity.”
The art of transformation refers to the novelty of transforming human beings into animals. This form of art must be based on a realistic technique in order to create such art, which is a rare form in this century.
Transformation Art is a unique form of art that transforms humans into animals through digital software and the artist’s imagination. The photos are created by the artists combining their human body with animals’ body parts and creating an artistic image of it.
Tranformation Art is also known as Animal Morph or Human Animal Transformation. It takes the forms of body manipulation, body modification, prosthetic make-up and other methods to modify the human body into animal form. Transformed humans can also be referred to as a Humanimal, an Animorph, or an Anthromorph (the term used by special effects make-up artist Steve Wang). Transformation Art has been made famous by several artists, such as Veronique Jannot (a French photographer), Lola Di Valenza (a British photographer), Brooke Mackie (a Canadian photographer) etc.
I have been a Transformation Artist for over 30 years. I specialize in transforming people into animals with my art. But also, I am a general artist who creates paintings and drawings of all types of creatures. The only thing that is different between me and other artists is that my artwork is three-dimensional and transforms people into animals.
It took me several years of studying anatomy, body structures, and learning how to sculpt to be able to create the forms of the bodies that I do now. It is a very unique form of art that I created many years ago. My art has been at many conventions and events around the world, such as Comic-Cons, Renaissance Festivals, Street Fairs, Private Parties and more. My clients have ranged in age from a very young 3-year-old to an 89-year-old lady; from a Marine Corps General to an Olympic Gold Medalist; from a famous country star to film stars and news anchors. My clients have come from all walks of life and have varied interests in my artwork. Some love it for its uniqueness, some think it’s cool because they look like an animal or creature they are fond of (such as wolves), others want their children transformed into something they can relate to (such as their child
Transformation art is a form of art that is still developing. Artists in this field are called transformation artists or TFAs. This blog is a resource for TFAs, as well as interested people, who want to know more about this art form.
The main purpose for starting this blog is to collect and archive all of the transformations that have ever been created, and allow others to post their own transformations if they wish.
This is an art form that has grown rapidly in the virtual world, but has been largely ignored in real life. It is my hope that this blog will help change that.
What is transformation art?
Transformation art can be generally described as creating a digital image where one or more persons have been transformed into an animal, plant or some other non-human entity. The goal of transformation artists is to create realism within the image and make it look as if the person was actually transformed into an animal or plant. There are many different techniques used by transformation artists to achieve this goal.*
*For more information on transformation art please see the explanation section on my main blog: http://tfas.blogspot.com/2008/05/what-is-transformation-art_2709.html
Types of Transformation Art
A Transformation Artist is someone who transforms into an animal. A Transformation Artist has the ability to transform themselves into an animal and back at will, hence the name “Transformation Artist”.
A Transformation Artist can take any form they wish. However, a transformation artist should not be judged by what they turn into, but what they do for others. A transformation artist is someone that wants to help others and make a difference in the world.
The Transformation Art movement started when several artists were transformed in front of many witnesses. They began meeting together to discuss their experiences and encourage each other. The first official meeting of the group was held on July 12, 2007.
TTA’s first official gathering was held in San Antonio, Texas on September 22, 2008
There is a lot of interest in this topic, from all over the world. It’s a great honor for me to have my work featured here in your wonderful gallery. I am very grateful for that, and I hope you enjoy my art as much as I enjoyed doing it.
I was born in Germany and began art at a very young age. My mother was an artist as well, and her works are also featured here on Zazzle. We are now living in America where I still work as an artist and enjoy making art online.
I’d like to thank all of my fans that visit my site regularly, and all of you who have purchased my work. It means so much to me, knowing there are so many people out there enjoying my art. Thank you!