An­nie Wong

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Hav­ing loved fan­tasy art since a very young age, Aus­tralian artist An­nie has been work­ing hard to bring her fic­tional worlds to life. “I en­joy cre­at­ing il­lus­tra­tions that ex­press story, ac­tion and emo­tion,” the self-taught artist re­veals. This can be seen in her work, which can trace its in­flu­ences back to manga and an­ime, as well as the work of the Im­pres­sion­ists.

Even though she’s just started out as a free­lance il­lus­tra­tor, An­nie al­ready has her sights set high. “I plan to con­tinue my pur­suits in fan­tasy il­lus­tra­tion and cre­ate my own pic­ture books,” she says.

“The ad­ven­tur­ous girl trav­els with her dragons and com­pan­ion bird through a fan­tasy land­scape. The girl loves mu­sic and brings it to the places they visit, by the shiny mu­si­cal notes that travel with them.” flight

“An ac­tion scene from my story The Lost Note, show­ing the char­ac­ters fight­ing with a mon­ster. The moon­light gives the scene a mys­ti­cal and soft feel, de­spite the fight­ing. The man is step­ping over the mon­sters, show­ing that he has power over them and is win­ning the bat­tle.” Moon­light

“This is a peace­ful scene from the story show­ing two char­ac­ters rest­ing in a rose gar­den. The girl con­sid­ers the knight as a pro­tec­tor, and the open wings of the bird on his shoul­der makes him look like an an­gel to her. I put a lot of ef­fort into cre­at­ing the tex­ture in this im­age.” An­gels

“Mu­sic is a good way to com­mu­ni­cate and ex­pe­ri­ence dif­fer­ent cul­tures. This pic­ture shows a girl on a trip play­ing a mu­si­cal in­stru­ment, and bring­ing her mu­sic and sto­ries to share with the peo­ple she meets. Al­though this is one of my older work and has a fair few mis­takes, it’s still a favourite of mine.” Mu­si­cal Jour­ney 1


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