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Adela Quiles
Adela Quiles
Concept Artist and illustrator
Barcelona, Spain

Summary

I'm a freelance illustrator and concept artist form Spain specialized in fantasy art.
I've worked in video games, drawn few comics and right now I mostly do character portraits or creature designs for dnd players.

Skills

Character DesignConcept ArtDigital PaintingIllustrationComic Art

Software proficiency

Photoshop
Photoshop
ZBrush
ZBrush
Painter
Painter
InDesign
InDesign
Illustrator
Illustrator

Experience

  • Illustrator at Freelance
    Barcelona, Spain
    July 2017 - Present

    Among other things, I've been making a lot D&D related commissions, which is something I really enjoy being a D&D fan myself.

    https://www.dmsguild.com/product/242359/Lizardfolk-Subraces?src=by_author_of_product

    https://www.dmsguild.com/product/253514/Children-of-the-Fey

  • Art director / 2D artist at TutoTOONS
    Barcelona, Spain
    January 2016 - July 2017

    Tutotoons is a company that create mobile games for kids.

    While working at Tutotoons I've provided feedback on art on more than 20 games, selected and trained new artists and created my own games with Tutotoons builder.

  • Comic artist at Rocketman Project
    Spain
    October 2016 - November 2016

    I draw a chapter of "Sangre en el Suelo", a colaborative comic book written by Fernando Llor. As well as making some illustrations for promotion.

    www.facebook.com/sangreenelsuelo

  • 2D artist intern at Whootgames
    Gijón, Spain
    July 2015 - October 2015

    As an intern I made some promo illustrations for the game "Castles" and most materials used in "Steam" for this same game (icons, collectable cards, emotes...)

    http://store.steampowered.com/app/384010/

  • Comic artist at Rocketman Project
    Gijón, Spain
    September 2014 - January 2015

    I illustrated "Las ratas del cementerio", a story written by Fernando Llor in this colaborative comic book, "Las Catacumbas de Salem".

    Also create some art for our patrons rewards (including a zbrush sculpture for printing).

    www.facebook.com/LasCatacumbasdeSalem