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Rachel Wan
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Rachel Wan is an Visual Developer currently residing in Malaysia. She began her career as a freelance Graphic Designer, whilst pursing a major in Digital Animation at The One Academy of Communication Design. Eventually, she worked as a CG Artist for Flystudio, modeling and texturing 3D assets for games. Later on, she ventured fully into Mano Animation Studios, working as an Environment Artist for the animated film, 'The Glassworker'. Rachel has an interest in a wide variety of art fields, ranging from typography, design, illustration, architecture and 3D, to simple domestic pursuits like baking and knitting. To her, It isn't the choice of the medium that mattered, but the end results. Client satisfaction is very important. Currently, Rachel is open for art commissions. Please contact her at for further enquiries.

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Hi everyone, I have not been updating my DA page for a while. I've been really busy the last couple of months with never-ending client work. For this month, I'm cutting out all my agency work(since it's the Chinese New Year season), and I'm finishing up on the pre-production stage for "The Glassworker". "The Glassworker" is a short animated film directed by Usman Riaz. Inspired by Ghibli films, it is a coming of age story about a young boy who falls in love with a frequent visitor of the shop. The film is heavily centered around glass, which becomes a metaphor for life itself: "Life is beautiful but fragile, like glass." Shots from "The Gla
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Inktober last month was super crazy. I only managed to draw 7 pieces! This is the first time in 2 years that I've gone back to traditional pencil and paper drawing. Inktober was kind of my excuse to finish up all my layout pads lying around in the house. Initially it was pretty weird at first; I noticed I had to focus a lot on inking properly. If I mess up there's no Ctrl-Z button. Plus I was kinda using all my dried up Artline pens. I ended up switching to ballpoints in the end. Eventually you'll just learn to let go of your mistakes. If a drawing works well I can always clean it up digitally and rework some parts. I did have a lot of fun, e
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3 years ago when I was applying for a full time job, interviews used to scare me. I always thought that I was not equip enough to take on the job. The first CG company I joined I lied about knowing how to use Mudbox(It's an autodesk software used for texturing assets). On the same day, I rushed home and learn the software in one night. I was nervous that I couldn't perform well. Thank God I got the job and my leader made me teach Mudbox to the newbees. Nowadays I find that I'm not so intimidated by interviews, nor people anymore. I used to get very upset if I didn't get a job from a dream company. But now I doesn't seem to bother me. At the
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Nice gallery there :)
Keep up the great work!…

I would like to feature this in my group

Ive sent the request, pls. accept it.

PS: Hope youll do more "defence"/"military" architecture in the future and if its possible historical. If you happen to do so pls. submit it to my group!

You might also join if you like this kind of art, we will have  alot of nice medieval achitecture art in our group.
Yea sure. Go ahead and feature it. And yes, I love medieval fantasy stuff. I hope to do more next time. If time allows
Thanks for your watch =D
i love your work man!