This Wiki sorts NeonMob's series by three main components:
- Art Styles: The artistic style of the artwork, regardless of theme or technique.
- Art Techniques: HOW the artwork was made, regardless of style or theme.
- Themes: WHAT is depicted in the artwork, regardless of art style or technique. (You are here.)
This page lists almost ALL themes this Wiki has. For your convenience, these are the main themes most sub-themes can also be found through:
- Aliens: Extra-terrestrial beings, whether they be monstrous or human-like.
- Animals: All earthly animals, both as they appear in nature and those depicted creatively.
- Fanart: All sets containing any artwork of, inspired by or dedicated to other forms of media.
- Food: All kinds of food. There's a lot of food on NeonMob.
- Landscapes: Scenery, foreign lands, fantastical places, etc.
- Monsters: There's also a lot of monsters on NeonMob. This is where we keep them.
- Nature: Everything in nature that isn't animal or human in form.
- People: All human-like beings. This ranges from actual humans to fairies, alien races, etc.
- Spirituality: Everything relating to religion or esoteric subjects - from Christianity to New Age.
- Sports: Everything related to sports or athletes.
- Video Games: Anything involving video games - fanart, concept art, homages, homemade games...
If you don't see your favorite theme here, please check below to see the full list.
If you're looking for sets with no real theme to them, check out the Collections category for sets containing artwork pulled together for reasons other than the subject matter. Also, look at the Abstract art style for artwork that is not intended to resemble real world things and therefore has no theme.
This category has the following 73 subcategories, out of 73 total.