Interview with Nyra
Hey RenegadeLine Community,
While our developers are still hard working on RenegadeLine, I would like to show you in-sights of someone that's special in our team, someone that made our Italy map look that cool! Someone who makes everything look special just by using hands...*and a bit of technology* It's not like we're robots is it? *beep*
General Information about Nyra
- Name: Nico
- Age: 25
- Nationality: German
- Joined RV: August 2016
- Position: Concept Artist
- When did you realize that you wanted to be a concept artist?
- When did you start with art? At what age did you experience your first well-made drawing?
- Who inspired you to pursue drawing? Have you ever been taught by a mentor?
- If you weren’t doing art, what do you think you would be doing?
I was doing traditional art for some years and once I realized that people are able to draw digitally. I also realized that there are people designing all the stuff I love in video games. As a result, I instantly knew that that’s the thing I needed to do for a living.
That is a tough one. I’ve been drawing my whole life, but the time that I got into it was around 14 years when I bought my first book about “How to draw a Manga” or something along those lines. That was probably the starting point of getting more serious about drawing. I’m very critical of my own art since I’m never really happy with my artworks. I still feel like I’ve not experienced my first well-made drawing yet laughs.
I am a self-taught artist so I have no mentor. There are so many people who I admire and who helped me along the way so I can’t really pick one of them.
I’ve always wanted to do something with games. I also know some programming and enjoy it so that’s probably something I’d do if I weren’t doing art...
That's not everything that we have prepared today for you guys, if you would like to complete the Interview and know a bit more about Nico, be sure to visit through Medium. Trust me it's worth it, especially if you would like to know a bit more about art, I can guarantee you won't get bored at all
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