For the majority of my life I have been addicted to creativity, and I spent a long time using music production as my creative outlet under a different alias. For years I made small pieces of art and flash animations alongside music, but it wasn’t until 2018 I started to make my first serious pieces of 3D visual art and I fell in love with it. I still make the occasional piece of music, but now I spend most of my time with my head buried in 3D projects, usually spending 2-3 days on each large art piece I produce.
Most of works are 100% digital 3D with no photos involved (other than the occasional sky), usually containing themes of surrealism, opposing or vivid colour schemes, dreamlike imagery and moody scenes. I try to incorporate digital painted techniques over my renders as I love the blend of the two worlds. I have found that the fresh and organic nature of brush strokes helps to bring across the nostalgic feel of dream worlds.
Since discovering the NFT world I have finally felt like there is a chance of discovering people who value my art as much as I do. It is incredibly exciting to be a part of what is undoubtedly a revolution in digital ownership and transaction, enabling artists the world over to be truly recognised for their passions. NFT markets are allowing authentication of artwork and correct allocation of payments at a level never heard of before.
It’s only up from here!