Current Residence: Tokyo, Japan
Software: Photoshop, C4D, ZBrush, Octane, My Brain OS
Hardware: Wacom Intuos, Sony a7RIV, Mavic 3 Pro, also My Brain
Frequently Asked Questions About My Work:
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Q: Do you take commissions?
A: No. I don't take any commissions or request and don't plan to in the future.
Q: Do you work for free?
A: No, I don't do any free work. Please don't contact me about this. This is my job and it's what pays my bills. I only work for employers that offer an industry standard salary.
Q: Can I use your personal work for a game, book cover, music album, etc...?
A: Yes, if used commercially you will need to pay usage rights.
Please contact me via email for details and mention the usage type (print, web, etc...)
If non-commercial you can do with it as you please, including edits or whatever. Don't ask me about NFTs, any NFT of my work will get reported.
Q: Can I use/post/share any of your works for free?
A: Yes, you may freely use the resolutions available here for non-commercial and non-promotional usage (blogs, youtube videos, school project, etc...) Please credit, you don't need to contact me for permission to use my work non-commercially, just have fun!
I'm really impressed with your work. You're probably the best illustrator I've seen in this month I've been on DevianArt. BRAVE. With your permission I take the opportunity to present myself and make a proposal: I´m Xurxo Avila, a spanish actor, director, writer and producer. I have a horror script that I have not been able to shoot and I was thinking of turning it into a graphic novel for IMAGE COMICS -WE ALL WORK FOR MONEY- with the collaboration of one of my best friends, the USA`s editor and colorist JOSÉ VILLARRUBIA. I have seen your drawings and would you like to draw the story? I really like your style very much, I think it would go very well to the story and I think we could create a unique and fascinating horror story. I hope I didn't bother you with the proposal. The idea is to draw 6 scenes from the script (he told me that it is the usual number when you send it to any American comic book publisher), send them along with the same script and a lot of things that I have more (you can see some of them on my page, in the folder entitled: "CINEMA" : art concepts, posters,...) to the publisher and see if they like it and get us to work. If you want I pass the script to you, you read it, and you tell me. Greetings.