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Welcome to my page! I'm from Germany and currently studying Biomimetic Engineering in the fifth Semester. I'm mainly a fantasy/creature artist, but I'm trying new things from time to time as well. I'm currently working on two different worldbuilding projects. I hope you enjoy my works!
When did you start drawing? I've actually drawn as long as I can remember. I started making up my first stories and characters when I was 4 years old, and started designing creatures at 6.
What kind of supplies do you use for your drawings? I use a variety of tools and brands. Edding 1800 liner for my outlines, Copic Markers in combination with Faber Castell Polychromos for my traditional coloring. For B/W art I mostly use random pencils and biro. My digital tools are Easy Paint Tool SAI and Photoshop CS5. I use a Wacom Intous 4 as well as a Bamboo Fun.
What got you in to drawing dragons? I've actually drawn dragons for a very long time, although horses were my main focus, and later wolves. I started switching my interest into dragons at the age of 10-11, maybe because of the new Yu-Gi-Oh "Waking the Dragons" season that was launched at this time. I was inspired by Timaeus, Critias and Hermos to create my own dragons, and my wolf-characters soon followed in the morphing process.
Where do you get inspiration for your dragon designs? Mainly real animals, as well as certain anatomical features that usually aren't visible like bones. Cars have also been a great source of inspiration for me, especially lately. I use the shape of the hood for muzzles and the the headlights for eyes. Some inspiration also comes from other artists of course, or just random things I see and hear.