Location: Germany Web: www.lyraina.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ME DIA: Photoshop, Maya, Cinema4d Concept designer Johanna enjoys working in a realistic style using photographs and 3D bases made in Maya and Cinema 4D. But the German illustrator also shows a persuasion for painterly, colourful and stylised work. Having studied biology, Johanna uses her scientific knowledge as inspiration for new artwork. “Both nature and human history are incredible sources of inspiration for new and exciting designs,” she reveals.
Forg otten “A little speed painting done for fun and to try out a quicker way of conveying ideas, using lots of photo textures and focusing more on mood and atmosphere than accuracy.”
Post-apocalyptic Playgr ound
“I created this as a part of a personal project: a post-apocalyptic world where kids had to build a safe zone for themselves in a ruined city, but with a playful and fun atmosphere.”
Submarine “This is me having some fun concepting a submarine. I’m not sure it’s entirely functional, but who can resist that smile? I built a 3D model as a base for the architecture, sketched variations of the submarine with pen and paper, then used Photoshop to create the final piece.”