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In this post we have a beautiful digital artist with us!
1. Introduce yourself!
A) My name is Amber. Along with being an artist I am a Freelance writer as well, currently based in Dubai, UAE.
2. Are you a professional artist or is it your hobby?
A) Creating artworks is mainly a hobby but I have also done a few commission tutorials. So, I would say that I am a professional hobbyist.
3. Your work ” Two to Tango“
This is amazing and so fantastic! How long did it take to work on this particular image?
A) Thank you for the compliment, though I feel that’s it’s one of my most simple works and didn’t take much time, approximately about 2 hours/3 days.
4. Which work of yours is your personal favorite? Any special reason behind making it?
A) Now that’s a pretty tough question because honestly I love almost all of my artworks considering that each one of them are a visual interpretation of my emotions and feelings.
But I think I will vouch of for this one:
All the works I’ve created have special reasons behind them. And not only that but also because this one took a lot of time & efforts and I must say that this is the most detailed piece in my gallery.
The reason behind creating this art was inspired by my own feelings and thoughts as I very much love to work along the planes of my dreams and emotions, hence giving it a visual touch.
5. What tools in Photoshop do you use mostly for your works?
A) There is no particular tool that I use widely. I mean it depends on the piece I am making, though I can’t do without the Brush Tool and the Dodge/Burn Tool.
6.What advice would you like to give to the students who are still new to the digital field?
A) The most important advice that I would like to give to amateur artists is firstly be passionate about art then to have a lot of patience because it certainly isn’t a smooth ride to the top, you’ll fail many times but let that not deter you to give up. Let nothing and no one make you give up on your passion for art.
Always keep on learning to widen your skills and imaginations.
And lastly but most importantly, always be humble. Don’t forget the path you walked on to reach to the top & don’t forget to remember that you were once a beginner too.