Sketch­book

A love for films in­forms much of this artist's char­ac­ter de­sign and an­i­ma­tion work as his sketch­book re­veals

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A love for films in­forms much of Edin Dur­mi­se­vic’s work.

Edin Dur­mi­se­vic

lo­ca­tion: Bos­nia and Herze­gov­ina Once it was clear that Edin had a nat­u­ral tal­ent for art, he chan­nelled that into his education, and grad­u­ated from Sara­jevo’s Acad­emy of Fine Arts. He also achieved suc­cess when study­ing char­ac­ter an­i­ma­tion at the on­line An­i­ma­tion­men­tor School. He has a par­tic­u­lar love of de­vel­op­ing and cre­at­ing dif­fer­ent crea­tures and funny char­ac­ters, hav­ing worked as a char­ac­ter an­i­ma­tor for over five years. Edin’s cur­rently busy work­ing as a char­ac­ter and con­cept artist at a de­sign agency, and loves watch­ing films in his spare time.

Akan crea­ture de­sign

“This is a draw­ing for one of my per­sonal projects. Some­times I build up a back story for my crea­tures or char­ac­ters, ask­ing what do they do, where do they live, what do they eat and so on.”

Dirty Birdy

“When I was in a Western film frame of mind, I drew cowboys con­stantly and watched a lot of clas­sic Westerns. I love to take the time to fo­cus on spe­cific sub­jects and fully ex­plore a genre.”

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