I see that style all over the place - printed on fleece blankets, on the covers of three ring binders, on lunch boxes, sticker decals, sweatshirts, rear windshield decals, etc., etc., etc. .I feel as if my local Walmart is crammed full of merchandise with that type and style of imagery on it. .It is, evidently, extremely popular.
I think it's great that you have a clearly defined artistic vision, and that you know exactly what kind of image you want to create. .You have something to say, and you know how you want to say it. .That's really the biggest hurdle for an artist to get over. .Many would-be artists never get that far, and you already have that part figured out, and your objective - your vision - is clear.
The only thing that remains is the actual execution of your vision.......and I think you have a really good head start with that, because the type of imagery that most moves you is that which requires a lot of work at the computer, and you like that computer work, and do not seem to be at all intimidated by it. .I think you're really very close to creating the types of images that you most love.
However, as far as my favorite image is concerned, it would be something as opposite of that as I could possibly find. .As I said before, magical and beautiful are pretty much polar opposites, in my opinion. .I find magical things to be garish and unrealistic, while I find beauty to be manifested most in those things which are natural and realistic.
I still don't know what you are asking us for, Chauncey.
Do you want us to say what our favorite image is?
Or do you want us to say what image we think is the most beautiful?
Or do you want us to say what image we think is the most magical?
These are three completely and entirely different things, and you seem to have asked us for all three, seemingly thinking that they are basically one and the same. .For some of us, they are not at all the same - in fact, some may find them to be mutually exclusive.
"Your" and "you're" are different words with completely different meanings - please use the correct one.
"They're", "their", and "there" are different words with completely different meanings - please use the correct one.
"Fare" and "fair" are different words with completely different meanings - please use the correct one. The proper expression is "moot point", NOT "mute point".