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This character is a mix of technological and organic items. The way I usually work is by gathering some footage that is related to the subject. Most of the time, it's photos I've already taken— I have quite a large image bank. When I start working on an image, I usually don't have any preconceived idea. I just try to build up an interesting "architecture." Afterward, I can notice some funny coincidences like, for example, the disco ball on the top that could symbolize the brain, and the lizard that could represent the reptilian brain. I'm glad that the final artwork may look quite optimistic. Nature and technology share the same space harmoniously. http://www.g2works.com http://www.bigactive.com