Inspired by other artists, Victoria Aserni became a 3D designer

Updated: Aug 9


My name is Victoria Arseni; I am an independent 3D designer and co-founder of the Arseni studio based in Russia. I create art in various mediums and fields such as advertising, 3D illustrations, editorial, icons, and animation. I work with a variety of clients, from design studios to entrepreneurs based all over the world.


How long have you been drawing or illustrating?

I started working as a 3D illustrator 2 years ago. Before illustrating, I had a completely different profession, but no less creative. Then, drawing was just a hobby.




When did you feel like you discovered your style? How did it happen?

My style is based on modern illustrations. One of my friends shared the works of Omar Akil and Peter Tarka, and I was so impressed with their work that I wanted to create something similar. Thus, under their influence, my style was formed.


Use 1 word to describe your style.

Modern

Who or what inspires you to illustrate?

1. My partner Alexander

2. Music (Till Thursday is a good choice)

3. I am inspired by the works of my colleagues like Peter Tarka, Omar Aqil, Mattey


Done is better than nothing. Move step by step. Promote your work.

Describe your creative process in several steps.


1. Idea

2. Moodboard

3. Sketch

4. Modeling

5. Materials, lights

6. Final edits


If I work on a personal project, the idea may appear long before the process of its implementation and may change in the process.




Which tools do you use to illustrate? Which one do you use the most?


Blender, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator. Blender is the main program for working with 3D.



What advice would you give to your younger self?


Done is better than nothing. Move step by step. Promote your work.



How do you see yourself in the future?


I see myself as an artist who works on the border between design and art.



How can others find your work or connect with you?


For more information, make sure to check me on these two sites:

Behance, Dribbble





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