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Stunning Art Of Digital Artist Kerem Beyit

While browsing i came across interview of an amazing digital artist Kerem Beyit on PSDTuts. Interview was really informative and creative work of Kerem Beyit was stunning.

Kerem Beyit is from Turkey and currently working as a freelancer. He has been in digital area for four years and has been awarded on many CG related sites. He is really successful at Illustration, concept design and working in Photoshop. To know more about him you can read his interview on Psdtuts and visit his personal site, but here i have collected his stunning work for your inspiration.

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Payback - Digital Art

Digital Art

The Warrior

Digital Art


Troll Hunter

The Slave

The Liberator

The Dragon

Sir Wooden Sword by kerem beyit





Hellboy by kerem beyit

Half Elf Girl

Go Away by kerem beyit

Forest Girl

Dragon Mage by kerem beyit

Dervis Sketch by kerem beyit

Dervisler Sketch by kerem beyit


Clueless by kerem beyit

Waiting for the Campers by kerembeyit



Black Scorpion by kerem beyit

Amautalik by kerem beyit


20 thoughts on “Stunning Art Of Digital Artist Kerem Beyit”

    1. It’s pretty odd, Dan, that you believe that the art of one person represents people in general. Almost as odd as how violent and cruel you think these are. One of the pictures shows a large ogre-like creature doing no more than keeping a young woman dry in the rain. Nothing remotely monstrous about that. And many of these are just people/creatures standing in spectacular poses, some of which are the definition of peace. That you would find cruelty in these saddens me, especially since the paintings that do involve evil also contain evil’s antagonist.

  1. Why can Dan only see violence and cruelty? Are those the only “things” he can perceive from them?

    Amazing works, I love them! Excellent.

  2. Good question Dan. But the fact is if he’s selling himself as an Illustrator, these type of things are his inspiration… probably does character design for video games. Will check his site. Nice work.

  3. “Why do those drawings have to be so violent and cruel and monster-like? Are those the only inspiring “things” for people?”

    It’s a category, can’t you open your mind to some other things rather than the inside of your ass? :)

  4. Awesome work, love the Hayao Miyazaki inspired pieces, not so much the world of warcraft ones but hey, awesome none the less!

    “can’t you open your mind to some other things rather than the inside of your ass? :)”

    You may have just inspired him with that comment, not sure I’ll be checking out Dans work anytime soon.

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