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All the artwork you find here in my galleries are convergent media paintings. (Just had to throw a couple of big words here). What is "convergent media" you might ask? It is a fairly new buzzword coined for digitally created art, but it definitely has a nice ring to it... Briefly about myself... What you are dealing here is a Toronto-based artist/designer/illustrator, specializing primarily in heraldry, yet constantly and passionately creating in various media such as digital art, photography and mixed media arts. As the driving force behind "C.7 Design Studio", I managed to elevate this outfit to a respectable level where it became a household name in such areas as next generation military, civic and family heraldry. With time my artwork found many homes including some unusual ones, such as governments, defense ministries, corporate offices, to name just a few. My art is also being enjoyed by number of private collectors and casual art lovers. I've also tucked under my belt several blockbuster movies, award-winning documentaries, and numerous online and print publications, where my artwork was used or featured. Among other things, I am currently a contributing artist with ProHeraldica (USA), ProHeraldica (Europe) and Fine Legacy (Authentic Coats of Arms & Treasures). I few years ago I have created my very own M-LETT 3D/2.5D method (which is a short for "Multi-Layer Enhancement & Texturing Technique"). It is, in a nutshell, a method of simulating 3D appearance via specific 2D and 2.5D processes. This might sound complex, but simply put - it is a method of faking multidimensional look and feel, utilizing leading edge software and new media possibilities. It is still a work in progress. I extensively incorporate this method into many of my art pieces. As a result, we get something that my critics call "unorthodox, recognizable and unique"... Think of each image as a digital sculpture, carefully crafted and assembled layer by layer, until the desired result is ac