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NFTs: Step into the Alluring Fantasy World of This Black Sea Illustrator

Venus part of the “Galaxy Illusions Editions” collection by Dreamfall_Art on OpenSea

“Being immersed in the NFT art space makes me draw more and improve my techniques.” -Dreamfall Art

In this profile, I am excited to bring you a fantasy illustrator. Her works are a clear statement of the use case of Ethereum and cryptocurrency, and her illustrations tease alluring themes. Thus, her art is also at the crossroads of the worlds of illustration and technology.

In a world filled with misery and unrest, can art provide refuge? Read on and I hope you enjoy meeting this artist as much as I have.

Without further ado, it is my honor to present Dreamfall Art!

Who is Dreamfall Art?

Dreamfall Art

“I create art because I can express my feelings, emotions and experiences through it and feminine side of my art has always been a part of it since my first artworks.”

-Dreamfall Art

Maria, who goes by Dreamfall_Art and Dreamfall.eth online, is a 28-year old entrepreneur and a fantasy-focused digital artist from near the Black Sea. Her educational background is in international relations and art.

She found crypto in 2018 and was one of the first crypto gamers, playing CryptoKitties, though she is a newcomer to the NFT art space. She sold her first NFT in February 2022 and hasn’t looked back since.

When she’s not working at her family business or illustrating beautiful female characters for her fans, she is in secretly a gamer. Her name comes from the early 2000s game, Dream Fall.

Her illustrations are some of the hottest collections on the Ethereum blockchain, focusing on the themes of fantasy, beauty and women.

You can follow her on Twitter and Instagram, and find her alluring art collections OpenSea and Foundation.

A Closer Look

I reached out to Maria to get a closer look into her heart and mind so I could find out about her personal views. Here is what she had to say:

1. How and when did you get into art?

I’ve been drawing for as long as I can remember. I graduated from traditional Art School where I tried several painting techniques like watercolors, oil, graphic etc. When I was a teenager my father gifted me my first digital tool — Wacom tablet and I fell in love with digital painting. Actually, since then I’ve been drawing mostly digitally and I think my love to computer games influenced on it too. I was very fond of playing pc games and especially loved to explore the visual side of it. To put it in a nutshell, digital art is really what I’ve been doing for many years for now and I’m very passionate about it.

2. What inspires you to create?

I get inspiration mostly from music, cinema and art. I really like how unique every artist is no matter what kind of art they create so basically inspiration can come in absolutely different way. Most of my art is connected to women so I can tell for sure that women are a biggest inspiration to me. I create art because I can express my feelings, emotions and experiences through it and feminine side of my art has always been a part of it since my first artworks.

3. What is your biggest barrier you face as an artist?

To me it goes without saying that it’s lack of inspiration. I love creating art when I have much inspiration so when it’s not with me I start listening to music or watching movie to get it back. This has really been my biggest barrier as an artist because I feel like inspiration is a huge part of my artistic life.

4. What do you consider your greatest accomplishment as an artist?

Speaking of accomplishment I truly believe it’s my painting technique that I try to improve every time and also the fact that I stay true to the art style I have. Besides, its very feminine but I don’t chase the mainstream styles even though nowadays it changes a lot. So I think painting style along with technical side of it is the accomplishment I really consider best.

5. Who is one artist living or dead you wish you could speak to for an hour? What is the one question you would ask them?

To me this person would definitely be the Chinese digital artist, WLOP. He is one of my favourite artists and I consider his works amazingly beautiful and professional. I guess if I had a chance to speak with him I would ask how he creates this amazing atmosphere in his paintings.

Sometimes I think he is not from our planet because his artworks look like he is drawing from the fantasy references he really saw.

6. In what way has crypto influenced your life and your artwork?

To my crypto as currency is a very interesting phenomenon. I like it from the view as international payment method. I think it’s very convenient for such payments and I hope in the future there will be more options to pay online with crypto worldwide. Speaking of NFTs, I feel comfortable in the community for now and feel like it has a good impact on my art. Being immersed in the NFT art space makes me draw more and improve my techniques.

7. What is one bad situation in the world you wish you could improve?

There is one problem in our world that I wish we could get rid of very soon. It’s oncology — cancer. I lost my grandmother cause of this problem and I believe we could save many people’s lives from cancer if we had early diagnosis centers and free screening programs.

8. How do you feel NFTs will influence the creator economy over the next decade?

I think NFTs have a potential to change many artists life and open new opportunities for their art career.

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Author

Alexandre Lores is a personal finance writer from Tampa Bay, Florida, with the goal to help one million people achieve financial freedom. He has spent over five years studying markets and economics, finding Bitcoin in 2017 and never turning back. He frequently appears on TV and in online news articles and is a regular Twitter spaces host.

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