The Incredible Atmospheric Pixel Artworks by The Russian Artist Eugenia Goncharova – Design You Trust

The Incredible Atmospheric Pixel Artworks by The Russian Artist Eugenia Goncharova

“Hi, my name is Eugenia Goncharova, known as 6VCR. I’m an illustrator, concept artist, 2D animator and cashew eater from Kaliningrad, Russia.”

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