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The artist of dreams.
Daniela Diniz is a Brazilian young Digital and Traditional Artist. With her unique colorful style, she intends to express all fantasy, dreams, and feelings she has to whomever stares at it.
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I was born in Italy where I have lived for most of my life and where I currently work as part-time illustrator. Starting at my earliest memories, I have always had a passion for drawing. Fed on a diet of cult TV, fairy tales and comic books I inexorably followed the path of imaginative art.
Stories feed the soul, I am an avid reader and I strongly think the illustrator is a storyteller who can create images and worlds made of magic, mystery, love, romance, tragedy, possibilities are limitless.
I began working as freelance commissioned illustrator few years ago and my work has appeared on several books and magazines. I enjoy the challenge of being a freelance as no two projects are the same and every day unlike the one before. My working technique includes mainly markers, pencils and watercolours with a painting style that often mix all these techniques together.
Just over a third of a century ago, a boy called Jago arrived here on Earth with a burning ambition to be ....
Superman, Indiana Jones, or quite possibly King Arthur.
Afer much hard work and an awful lot of drawing he settled on his fourth choice of career, illustrating children's books, something he reckons he could be quite good at one day.
He lives in a slightly damp wetsuit in Cornwall with his fantastically lovely wife Alex, beautiful daughter Lily Peach and small round son, Rudy.
I work almost entirely digitally, using a secret blend of the finest textures, papers and digital paints. I could tell you how I make each picture, but then I'd have to kill you.
I love stong colours and interesting textures and am always trying out new techniques.
I enjoy working on children's books and am drawn to stories with a hint of eccentricity.