Hey, guys! In this episode split into two parts, I am chatting with Nina Vakueva, on Instagram known as Sirpangur, a comic artist and freelancer from Russia known for webcomic “Lilith’s word”.
Part 1 – From Architecture to Comics
Part 2 – Working with watercolors – will be released on Nov. 29th, 2018
Get in touch with Nina
- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sirpangur/
Special thanks to Nina for joining me today. See you next time!
All artworks by Nina Vakueva, used with permission
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