I guess it goes without saying that I am better known here as Antarel-who-does-Pokémon-fanart, but I'm really a digital artist who is currently working freelance for board game illustrations. I formerly worked with in a video game studio and helped with projects ranging from Naughty Dog's The Last of Us, Part II to in-house first-person shooters.
Project status: Professional commissions: Send a private message so we can discuss Contests/trades/requests: Maaaaaaybe available, but don't count on it
It's been a long, long while since I last posted here. I can see how many things have changed, and it's quite amusing to have to find my way around again despite having been in this site for 10 years.
But I had just made a decision -- I will look bac...
It has been done.
It's primarily my fault if hardly anyone reads this due to my long period of inactivity online, but I would just like to inform my devART followers that I have finally shifted my career to one more in the line of game art development. My first job, despite the prestigious name of the company, provided little opportunities for me to have experience in the artistic side. Not that they were known for that, anyway. But like any new graduate, it was the name that drew me in. I thought I would grow to love it eventually, but alas, it was not meant to be.
Furthermore, due to the distance from my home to my workplace, I had to liv