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I've lived between France and Portugal, openning my mind on different ways of thinking, cooking, building... I love rain as much as bright sun, cold as much as hot. Maybe this is why I've been more aware of lighting and volumes since long ago.

I love walking in imaginary spaces, this is why I soon wanted to work in game industry. I made a trainee at Cryo that confirmed this passion, and I decided to make my way in this direction. I made a one year in an art school, followed by 4 years in architecture university (ENSAPLV).

When I started learning how to make concrete, I realized that making real places wasn't that fun, maybe because of gravity. So I went I Belgium in the HEAJ for it's awesome game design section.

My passion: places that doesn't exist!

Favourite Movies
Pirates of the caribbean, Lord of the Rings, and every movie with cool ambiance.
Favourite TV Shows
Lie to me, The simpsons, Futurama, some mangas ...
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Silence, Hans Zimmer, Danny Elfman, and many others...
Favourite Games
Elder Scrolls - Overlord - Monster Hunter
Favourite Gaming Platform
All!
Tools of the Trade
Powered by Toshiba and Wacom
Tutorial : Artificial intelligence assisted concept art, a 15 min knight 1 - paint some rough shapes of what you want to do. Nothing precise, nothing polished. Actually, the rougher the better. 2 - run #wombodream and add your image as input, using various keywords, such as knight, obviously, but you can add some twists, like "blue knight" or "fern knight" for colours and textures suggestions 3 - when you are satisfied with one of the generations, you just have to rework it a bit ( I use @escapemotions #rebelle5 ) to add details and readability. From there you can push it to a polished result, but you can also keep it rough if it's just for iterating variations. #generativeart #aiart #computergenerated #generatedart #tutorial #arttutorial #arttips #artificialintelligenceart
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Hi! I just came here to say that I love your art and style! You seem to be an experienced artist. Do you have any tips on using colours?

Hello ! thank you so much for your kind words !

Colours can be very disapointing, and for me it's a "new" subject. I've been focusing on other basics those last years, and have been starting colour just since july. What works for me the best are the following :

- sticking to a reduced color palette that I enjoy. For me it's oranges, beiges, dark blues and green, and greys. Keeping it simple keeps it easier. I notice that most artist have a preferencial color palette. If you go on art station, and take a look at advanced artists, you'll see theres a kind of harmony. I'm not there still, I'm still building my palette...

- analyzing paintings you like. grab a color picker, and pick colours in the painting, you'll have so many surprises. A colour you would have guessed saturated will not be when you pick it. Or it will be way more yellow, way brighter. This helps teach the eye to see the colours accurately

- when I start a painting, I bucket a color on it, not a gray. It helps a lot building colour from the start with an harmony. I notice if I start with grey, I'll have a hard time injecting color in it.

- when I struggle in finding a cool color scheme, I use an AI tool like wombo dream or midjourney, to get ideas to colour pick after

I hope it helps !

Thank you so much for your help! I cannot wait to try these.

you're welcome ! tell me how it turned out when you try !

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Thank you for watching ^^ always good to see a woman in the gaming industry! We have too few of them!