Ayya Sa­parniya­zova

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Lo­ca­tion: Turk­menistan Web: www.ayyasap.de­viantart.com Email: an­i­monika17@gmail.com ME DIA: Pho­to­shop

A few years ago, Ayya dis­cov­ered the ex­cit­ing world of dig­i­tal art, and couldn’t tear her­self away. “I re­alised that it’s what I want to do in life!” she says. “Dig­i­tal art has en­abled me to cre­ate with­out lim­its.”

The artist likes to paint por­traits and de­sign char­ac­ters, and in her work Ayya ex­presses emo­tions, feel­ings and moods through a char­ac­ters’s eyes, colours and light­ing. “I take my in­spi­ra­tion from anime, com­puter games and films,” Ayya re­veals. “They’ve all helped to form my own style.” She free­lances, where she has a great scope for cre­ativ­ity: “You can learn a lot and work with in­ter­est­ing peo­ple!”

1 Ka­t­rina’s mis­sion

“Some­times I just like to paint new char­ac­ters, such as this cos­mic cat. Ac­tu­ally, she’s part hu­man, part cat, a big fan of ad­ven­ture and very curious – like any nor­mal cat! She’s trained in mar­tial arts and weapons, loves adren­a­line and risk, and of­ten gets into dan­ger­ous sit­u­a­tions where es­cape seems im­pos­si­ble.”

2 Har­ley Quinn

“I de­cided to draw Har­ley Quinn be­cause I like crazy char­ac­ters – you never know what to ex­pect from them! She’s play­ful, armed and dan­ger­ous.”

3 Sum­mer smile

“I love the sea, the sun and the beach. Here I wanted to cap­ture this hap­pi­ness in the girl’s face, the wind blow­ing through her beau­ti­ful hair, and the warm light of the trop­i­cal sun. My aim was to recre­ate the at­mos­phere of sum­mer for the viewer.”

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