ARTIST – Arwassa
COUNTRY – Spain
TITLE – Nak-Nak and her Servants
MATERIALS USED/TECHNIQUE – Epoxy and acrilic paint applied with aerograph.
DESCRIPTION/BACKSTORY-

Nak-Nak is a nocturnal and solitary creature  that roams for the vast plains. She has some little servants, animals that she has transformed and enslaved.
She waits hungry all nights while her servants, silently hunts little straggler animals that could not hide in they burrows and nests.

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Which part of the customizing process did you enjoyed the most?
I enjoy the most when the modeling is finished and I apply the primer. All the shapes looked clean.

How and when did you begun customizing?
I began doing art toys tree years ago but I used to make plushes for myself and my friends and I customized action figures before.

What keeps you inspired?
My own imaginary world and stories.

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BIO

Yolanda Perez aka Arwassa borns in Valencia, Spain in 1981. She studied painting in her youth and graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts of San Carlos.
After studying different artistic techniques, found her vocation and style in the vector art and sculpture.

Through her artwork and short stories she explores the girly world, full of evil and sweet faces, sensitive and voracious women. She has always been fascinated by the creation of complex and conflicting characters. Her girls are a mix of little funny girls and dangerous tyrants governing in a liquid and dreamlike world. Nobody could guess if they are benevolent or evil beings. As if they were gods, seduce, play and devour all with impunity.

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LINKS/SOCIAL MEDIA

www.facebook.com/pages/Arwassa/131697969776
www.arwassa.com
www.twitter.com/arwassa_art