Remember you cannot abandon what you do not know. To go beyond yourself-you must know yourself
Artienne is my alias for 3d Artwork. In the past I used other name "Valgerd Kossmann" because I wanted keep separate music from other type of activity. The surname Kossmann is just maiden name of my mum and other members of my family. Before I had adventure with journalism, music, photography, traditional and digital painting. When it comes to post-work I use also different type of programs like FilterForge, Topaz, Photomatic Pro, Gimp or Photoshop. I have graduated in history studies and I am an qualified in Ancient and Medieval History. I am teacher of history in public school and graphic designer( creating web pages in Mac System). I started use Daz Studio two years ago and at the beginning had plans only use this program for private work. I wanted just do simple images of elves, fairies and combine them with my photos( background). After two years fun with Daz Studio I changed my mind and started to learn more about lighting, composition and post work. My goal is to show people some kind of magic and spirituality and I am most comfortable in this niche. I do commissions work for writers and private companies.
More information about my artwork : https://valgerdblog.wordpress.com/
My blog where I do interviews with different Artists https://elestra.wordpress.com/
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Even though I am busy with getting rid of old books and other unnecessary things, I try to do renders. Recently, I was inspired by the character Okatsu. Who is she? Lets Find out :)
Okaji no Kata or Lady Okaji, was a Japanese noble lady and aristocrat who lived during the Sengoku period and at the beginning of Edo period. She was the founder of Eishō-ji temple in Kamakura and was also a concubine of Tokugawa Ieyasu. She was maybe from the Ōta clan. Her other names are Ohachi no Kata (お八の方) and Okatsu no Kata(お勝の方).
She accompanied Ieyasu at the Battle of Sekigahara and the Siege of Osaka, dressed as a man she fought alongside other warriors. She was held hostage at Osaka castle, but escaped and returned to Ieyasu on horseback. After Ieyasu's death in 1616, Okaji became a nun with the Buddhist name Eishō-in (英勝院). She was the founder of Eishō-ji temple in Kamakura, who was the Ōta Dōkan's residence.
The character of Okatsu has become an inspiration for the world of computer games and 3d artists.
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