What’s a typical day look like for you?
I wake up, take a nice refreshing shower, make a steaming hot coffee, put on some good music, and draw, paint.
What made you want to become a Concept Artist?
I love exploring this infinite realm of possibility. It feels good when the marks on the “paper” create something more than the sum of its parts. It is like Lego on steroids. I kinda feel like it is also like a mirror of myself, a way to know myself more. Struggles and mental barriers appear obscuring freedom of expression, which I think, are great teaching moments.
Is there a specific type of 2D art that you enjoy doing the most? (ie. characters, environments, etc.)
Not really. I love all of them.
What do you think is essential in becoming a Concept Artist? What are you continually trying to improve?
I think the only essential thing is a passion for it, everything else comes from that. I am trying to learn to drop my fear while drawing and painting, I feel that’s the only obstacle.
Can you walk us through your favorite process for tackling a piece of concept art?
I love scribbling something random, and seeing shapes into it, like the game with the clouds. Slowly building it up, staying loose, but not too loose. I still have a lot to learn, on how to do this. But I find it enjoyable.