Ye­won Park

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“Ye­won’s art looks like it be­long on the pages of a chil­dren’s pic­ture book, or per­haps they’re con­cepts for a yet-to-be­made an­i­mated film. In any event, this is char­ac­ter­ful, sto­ry­telling im­agery at its best.” Claire Howlett, Ed­i­tor

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Ye­won is a pro­fes­sional artist who spe­cialises in con­cept and vis­ual de­vel­op­ment. She has di­verse job and in­tern­ship ex­pe­ri­ence in game, TV, and an­i­ma­tion and shares her valu­able con­cept art tips and draw­ing on her blog and Tum­blr page. Cur­rently, she works for Bl­iz­zard en­ter­tain­ment stu­dio as a con­cept artist.

“I strive to push the act­ing and sto­ry­telling in my art, and make the most of my con­tent, pos­ing, stag­ing, and har­mo­nious colours to por­tray what I want the au­di­ence to feel,” Ye­won says.

1 Apina

“This is a char­ac­ter from my per­sonal pro­ject Poika. It’s the clas­sic sto­ry­telling setup where two in­di­vid­u­als – in this case Apina and Momo – don’t get on ini­tially, but by the end of their jour­ney they’re the best of friends.”

2 Pro­logue

“Momo’s jour­ney be­gins in his home vil­lage. To change what oth­ers think of him, he de­cides to em­bark on an ad­ven­ture.”

3 Dis­cus­sion

“Along the way, Momo be­friends Apina the mon­key and Koira the dog. They take a wel­come break at Apina’s home, and here I’ve shown them dis­cussing their new plans for the jour­ney ahead.”

4 En­counter

“Momo and his com­rades fi­nally con­front the Red Monster in the hope of de­feat­ing him once and for all, but the beast’s for­mi­da­ble power seems im­pos­si­ble to over­come. Yet the will to save his friends awak­ens a hid­den power within Momo, en­abling him to van­quish the monster.”

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