It is not an easy job to create spectacular images like these, but the digital artist who teaches them shows that anything is possible with dedication and working time on the Internet.
The creations are all the work of Sacha, who is making waves in the online digital design and photography community with his works featured in some of the biggest online publications.
The 20-year-old digital artist known on Instagram and Twitter as ‘@sb.editing__’ began as a hobby photographer and quickly discovered the benefits of being able to touch up photographs with special effects, which quickly led to a passion for photomanipulation and digital illustration.
He’s a self-taught digital surrealist from France who advertises his style as being truly inspired by surreal things. It enables him to create whatever he is thinking about and express himself in a variety of ways.
Since then, he said: “I began editing in October 2020. Some will say I’m new to this space and that’s not totally false. I became passionate about art and especially digital art by watching videos of @bennyproductions. He is an amazing artist and I’ve been impressed by the details he adds in his artworks.”
He added: “I made my first edits shortly after I began to follow him and decided to post them on Instagram as a hobby.”
He claims that over the last four months, he has been constantly improving his digital design and photography methods in order to create the current artworks.
His wish is to progress after each artwork has rapidly turned it into a positive addiction and he doesn’t regret it at all!
He said: “Because I’m still in university, art is still a hobby for me. However, I’d like to make it my full-time job. I already have some income thanks to my NFT collectors and community, for which I will be eternally grateful. It’s a daydream for me, and I never expected it when I started less than a year ago. I’m overjoyed to have this community surrounding me. Their help has been invaluable, and I’ve met so many wonderful people as a result of it. Making art has never been a child’s fantasy.”
“I’ve always loved to create things in multiple ways way before I learned to use photoshop. I guess this can be considered as a continuation of my creativity.”
He added: “I really like to set new goals for myself with every work I make because art is a space in which there’s always something to improve and that’s what motivates me most.”
But apart from that he said he did not have a spectacular way to get inspiration.
He said: “Ideas can come while scrolling through websites or seeing the work of other artists on free stocks. The most important thing, if I don’t find ideas in one day is I don’t put pressure on myself. Art is not always an inspiration when you expect it to come. My main goal is to get you travelling in my gallery. It’s a good way for a while to escape from reality!”
He also admitted that his own journey into the medium is still far from over, saying: “I don’t like to limit myself to a single style, and I’m always looking for ways to improve my work. That is what motivates me to create new artworks.”
One of his favourite artwork which was made with the help of one friend is called Celestial ages and he said that the idea behind it was this flying tower (above the clouds).
He said: “We wanted to create a little story about this warrior that had to make one last step, going through this bridge, to enhance the scale of the tower and the dr behind it we decided to use a specific perspective and specific images that made the viewer slide into this world.”
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