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Olga Moiseeva — Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation

“A simple black-and-white silhouette is enough for us to understand what kind of character it is. We can understand whether he or she is a hero or a villain, strong or weak, adult or child. All these things can be conveyed with just a silhouette, even withoutcolour or details. Don’t underestimate the importance of basic shapes. Ignoring this rule is like starting to install doors/windows/roof on a building that doesn’t have a firm foundation — it just won't work.”

Olga Moiseeva is a freelance character designer for animation, advertising and illustrations. She works withvarious studios and clients around the world and likes to combine semi-realism with cartoon styles. She says that her traditional art education has left an imprint on her art, especially on her sketches.

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