Creative Sparks: The Best CutiePieMarzia Fan Art Around

ArtThumb

Marzia Bisognin, also known by her fans as ‘CutiePie’ and ‘CutiePieMarzia’, is an Italian beauty guru, stylist and YouTube vlogger. It turns out that some of Marzia’s biggest fans are a creative bunch, so today we’re shining the spotlight on the best CutiePieMarzia fan art around.

Read on and marvel at some of the best paintings and drawings of Marzia on the web.

Wanna see my CUTE chainsaw?

By ScribbleNetty

ArtA

Badass YouTuber!

This piece by Devinatart’s ScribbleNetty is mighty impressive and just after first glance we knew we had to include it.

A video over on YouTube shows the picture taking shape on Photoshop CS6, with the visual time lapse having been seen over 550,000 times.

Marzia Bisognin

By French-teapot

ArtThumb

Lookin’ good

This gorgeous portrait by French-teapot is simple but effective, featuring the popular YouTuber looking into the distance.

Speaking to his Deviantart fans, the creator writes: “I don’t feel like I did [Marzia] justice here, and while this one’s much better than the first one I did of her, it’s not quite where I want it to be. I’ll get it right one day”. It looks good to us, Mr Teapot!

CutiePieMarzia (Marzia Bisognin) Digital Painting

By JermaineAnnWard

ArtC

Strike a pose

This digital painting from JermaineAnnWard stars a posing CutiePieMarzia in front of a white background, and we’re particularly impressed by the accuracy of the eyes in this artwork. We can’t stop staring.

The peeps over on Deviantart seem to like the YouTuber’s picture, too. User Wondersid wrote: “This is really nice and accurate!” whilst JermaineAnnWard added: “woah.. ❤”. Woah indeed, my friend.

Marzia

By Hyoukyo

ip

D’awh

This stunning drawing of Marzia by Hyoukyo is beautifully detailed, and we’re particularly in awe of the hair shading on show here.

Devinatart user Juniperleapx seems to agree, commenting: “This is one of the most amazing drawings of Marzia I’ve ever seen <3”. Paigeliana adds: “OH MY GOODNESS THIS IS THE MOST AMAZING THING EVER. Props”.

We spoke to Marzia all the way back in February 2014, when the talented YouTuber discussed the stresses of running a popular channel, how she met PewDiePie and her earliest videos.

Marzia told Tube Chum: “From YouTube, I gained a lot of confidence in front of the camera and I learnt how to connect with people through the internet, but I also lost part of my sociable side and I feel like I’m more awkward in public than I used to be, so I’m now trying to work on that”.

[pullquote align=”full” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””]”I feel like I’m more awkward in public than I used to be!”[/pullquote]

On the subject of meeting PewDiePie, Marzia explained to us: “It was during summer 2011 and my best friend came across PewDiePie‘s videos. I barely even went to the Internet at the time and was fascinated by this silly, funny person, so after a couple months I decided to write him on Facebook and we started to talk”.

Take a look at our full interview with Marzia right here, or feast your eyes on the best PewDiePie fan art instead.

Which piece of CutiePieMarzia fan art is your fav? Let us know by tweeting us at @TubeChum.

Share Button
Tom Morgan
Follow

Tom Morgan

Co-editor at Tube Chum
British YouTuber, journalist and Arsenal fan. Co-editor, @TubeChum. YouTube: TomSpeaksWords. (New video every Sunday)
Tom Morgan
Follow