“This Brave New World”: Stunning Digital Sci-Fi Concept Art By Jonathan Ching

“My name is Jonathan Ching. I’m a Visual Development Artist who has recently obtained a First Class with Honors qualification in Digital Animation and Illustration. Currently working as a Freelancer on a variety of entertainment projects, I specialise in the design and visualisation of characters, vehicles, environments and creatures.”

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