Thursday, November 6, 2008

French Style - Sabrina Miramon

Being back from a long halloween weekend we now turn our attentions to Sabrina Miramon, a wonderful cg artist and colorist from Lille, France. Sabrina started drawing about six years ago when she was 20. "Surrounded by talented people during my studies, it was hard at first to realize I was not good at it," she says, "but I worked and worked and here I am."
Sabrina draws inspiration in one way or another from everything she sees without really realizing it. She uses a Wacom tablet and Photoshop to work her magic. "I'm still rather impressed by traditional methods. They don't use ctrl+z/cancel." Currently she spends most of her time working as a background artist for an animated series in France. Sabrina would like someday to land a good, creative job or work on great movie productions.
She plays way too many video games, likes chocolate, and has a bunny named Indianna.

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Erin Lamoreux said...

I can relate with the artist's recollection of what it was like to realize she had a lot of work to do to get to a professional level.
I've often felt that way too.
In her artwork, I really love her style and polish. The beauty and the beast image has an especially nice finish and composition. :)