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The science fiction theme and neon lighting inspired Berlin-based artist Sebastian Arenas to create this artwork: Being not an everyday portrait of a woman, he first worked it out in shades of gray and then made it glow with candy colors. The lighting conditions and the resulting color blending were the greatest challenge for him.

About the artist

Sebastian Arenas was born and raised in Chile and currently resides in Berlin. His journey into airbrush art first began with some experience in model making. Later he discovered how other artists were using airbrush for realistic art and was inspired by that. At the time, he was in the middle of studying to become a commercial aerospace engineer, so painting was initially just a hobby for him. He taught himself many things and over time airbrushing became his passion. Nature and animals are the main subjects in many of his paintings, but he also likes to paint other subjects such as portraits, cartoons or even abstract designs. He attended a course at the Art-Tehnika airbrush school in Russia, where he learned to really master the airbrush without any tools. Since 2020, Sebastian has been living in Germany and offering commissioned airbrush work. In his spare time, he likes to build scale models and paint miniature or 3D figures, also using his airbrush skills.

Website: www.coloreclipsestudio.com – Facebook: Color Eclipse Studio

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