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Creative Space: Kar Victoriano

Meet the talented artist behind #OOTDraw.
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His Instagram feed might seem familiar to you because of all the personalities he has drawn for #OOTDraw, a super cute fashion series featuring bloggers and celebrities. Read on to get to know Kar Vic and his creative space.

  1. Introductions first. "I'm Karlo Victoriano (Kar). 27. I'm a full time motion graphic artist for a local network and a freelance illustrator. Currently, I'm trying to maintain an art blog called The Art Blogger under my personal website karvictoriano.com where I post DIY arts and crafts tutorials and feature works of other artists."

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  1. Behind #OOTDraw. "I love drawing and illustrating people. The OOTDRAW is inspired from quick live caricatures/sketch/painting done by street artists. The style is inspired from the works of Lookbook artist, Nancy Zhang." 

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  1. Fave OOTDraw memory. "I love drawing small patterns and prints. I look for interesting details like color combinations, poses, hairstyles, etc. The most memorable would be my first live OOTDrawing, I did around 40 portraits in 4 hours."

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  1. My motion graphics beginnings. "I love seeing my work on TV! Motion graphics is my dream job because I get to create and animate my designs. I took multimedia arts in college and I get to apply what I learned."

 

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  1. Marrying digital and tactile art. "I want to showcase different kinds of art like calligraphy, watercolor letterings, OOTDrawings, etc. Papercutting is next. It fits the wedding theme of the show."

  1. Make it a habit. "There's no specific part of the day. But I try to practice my art every weekend. I check Behance and Pinterest for inspiration and save them on my phone."

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  1. Insta-inspo. I follow a lot of artists especially local ones like Valerie Ann Chua, Denver Balbaboco and Anjo Bolarda.

 

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