My interview for week 15 is not about one Artist’s artwork, but multiple ones that I really like.
The artworks that I like are by TC Chang, Katherine Lin, Angel Sun, and Lorraine Dasouki.
The first artist is TC Chang.
I really like Chang’s artwork because not only does it remind me of something that you would find in video games, but also the detail put into his work. Chang was born in Taiwan and moved to Southern California in 2001. He has been working for 10 years as a graphic designer and is currently taking courses in CSULB to major in Animation. His artwork reminds me a game my roommate plays called Diablo. The fantasy style of artwork is very detailed and really brings you into a science fiction type of world.
The second artist is Katherine Lin. Lin is another Taiwanese artist that moved to the U.S. at a young age. Lin has a passion for telling stories. She had trouble learning how to adapt to transition when growing up. The change in language and culture caused her to be very soft- spoken. Although she had trouble communicating vocally, she was able to communicate through her art. I like Lin’s artwork because her story telling reminds me of manga. I read a lot of manga and I love reading the stories that they tell. The same goes for Lin’s story-telling artwork. I enjoyed reading the short stories.
The third artist is Angel Sun. Sun’s artwork is simple, but I liked her style of art. The way the character’s expression is drawn. It looks like something that could be in a t.v cartoon show. I found it interesting that her artwork to the left is different from her artwork to the right. The girl on the left that has pink hair is drawn in more detail compared to the ones on the right. The detail in the hair is more noticeable.
The last artist is Lorraine Dasouki. Dasouki did not post anything about herself and her art, but if you read her little bio, you will know she is a pretty funny person. I really like her artwork because it is similar to the art by Angel Sun in the sense that their artwork is simple and give multiply expressions. I really like the expressions that she draws, especially the one with the yellow shirt girl laying down. I found the mad expression very funny and it put a smile to my face.