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Tin has been a senior designer, commercial illustrator, UX analyst and creative director over the past 11 years. “I’m primarily a digital artist, although I occasionally sketch in my Moleskine whenever I have time,” he says. The Adobe Suite is his go-to arsenal for most work. “But I rely on Manga Studio’s unique tool set when it comes to inking.”
“My inspirations change weekly, if not daily,” says Tin, “and I don’t have major long-term plans for my career because I’m very happy where I am.”
The artist works together with his wife, who is also a designer.
IMAGINEFX CRIT “There aren’t many images in ImagineFX as striking as Tin Salamunic’s Dead Island. I both can’t stop looking at it and really don’t want to look at it. And I don’t plan to book a holiday to Dead Island any time soon.” Daniel Vincent, Art Editor
Tokyo, Japan “I’m a sucker for travel journals, and in the past I never left the country without several blank sketchbooks. Lately however, I’ve been leaning more and more towards digital sketching. It’s faster, more convenient, and I never run out of materials. Digital sketching is a great tool when you’re just too busy and don’t feel like carrying around supplies.”
bike “I try to sketch whenever I can. It keeps things fresh and helps me maintain a visual library of all kinds of exciting things I encounter on a dayto-day basis.”
Dead Isl and “I write video game and tech reviews when not doing illustration and design, and I’m a huge fan of Deep Silver’s Dying Light and Dead Island series. This was a Dead Island tribute piece I did for the DS folks after their game launched.”