Designer of the week – Alisa aka Mikibith Art

never as well much watercolor design
Watercolor seems to be a ageless pattern that you can see everywhere in the style business. It is subtle sufficient not to take the interest away from the central element, however strong sufficient to provide a much-needed texture, utilized for highlighting parts of the design. clients as well as illustrators alike seem to like it so much that there are countless such products being published online. however the method is much more challenging than it seems, to make something seem untidy yet pristine at the exact same time needs rather the experience. Alisa aka MikibithArt on innovative Market is one such devoted illustrator, who produces an enchanting world of animals, characters, nature aspects as well as structures that seem to find directly out of a fairy tale. She sat down with us for an interview as well as told us more about this interesting skill of hers.
OANA: Please tell us more about your art as well as style background. What made you ended up being a designer?
ALISA: I ‘m always in browse of actual concepts as well as trends, however my preferred is the watercolor method I utilized from 2008, when I produced my very first watercolor collection ‘Macro Lilies’ and since then I can’t to stop working with aquarelle. My preference are floral themes, people, funny animals as well as natural colors. I like to mix the styles, utilize vintage elements, grunge structures as well as seamless patterns. I’m a comprehensive artist ?

I always understood that I will work only with my art, drawing something gorgeous for all who requirement my design… as well as now there is a fantastic time, where every artist has got such awesome tools, like digital softwares. I ended up being a designer out of enjoyment as well as discovered my audience.
OANA: exactly how or when did you begin illustrating on a expert level?
ALISA: I believe it was a time when I discovered my style however it was after my long experience in printing style for the customers.
OANA: Where does your motivation come from?
ALISA: From whatever around me. I’m a huge fan of the whole world as well as nature … I just online as well as the jobs are produced in my head, I just look at the colors of leaves as well as flowers, animals as well as the sky ? Sure, I always believe about the style since all the digital art very first of all must be in the industrial trends.
OANA: exactly how would you explain your style?
ALISA: «Made with love»

OANA: What tools you use? Do you go 100% digital or is there paper involved?
ALISA: 80% my illustrations are hand drawn, after scanned as well as transformed in a digital style like png or psd. other 20% is photography as well as the digital drawn or collages.
OANA: Is there anything that you particularly prevent utilizing in your illustrations?
ALISA: I don’t like the seasonal holiday themes.
OANA: What was the hardest job/illustration you have ever worked on?
ALISA: For me all my illustrations is not hard, since I like my job!

OANA: Can you name a few of your preferred styles as well as why?(personal or from other designers)
ALISA: There are so many awesome jobs from other artists ! I believe that all people around are fantastic masters! however some names that pop in my head are Cruzine Design, used Out Media Co.
OANA: any type of graphic designers you admire?
ALISA: Lisa Glanz !
OANA: any type of words of advice for anyone just starting out as an illustrator/graphic designer?
ALISA: never stop as well as never look at others, believe in yourself as well as work, work, work !

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