Welcome to CryptoArt Sundays! Meet the incredible NFT artist DREAMZ, a total rockstar in all things creative.
I was immediately intrigued by the artist’s abstract characters and interesting blend of mediums. DREAMZ is a 3D digital artist based in Japan, with a passion for creating hyper-realistic artworks and cool, highpoly metaverse characters.
So, let’s dive in and found out more about DREAMZ’ NFT art journey and creative process!
How did you find out about the NFT space, and what attracted you to create your own NFTs?
I found out through a musician called Yezzi when I was a commission artist and making album covers and he helped me figure out club house and how to essentially learn about NFTs and got me into this space.
How often do you create?
I try to create a new NFT everyday!
What is your creative process?
I don’t have any process that I really have, I personally start out in one software then navigate to other softwares as needed. I suppose the main concept that I start out with is getting a character made then adding other elements as I continue to build my 3D character(s).
Are there any CryptoArtists you would love to collaborate with?
These are just a handful of the most inspirational people that I have encountered in this space so far, the list goes on and on.
What do you think the future of CryptoArt will look like?
I see the future of CryptoArt being something that is used as more than a pfp, I see it as an extension of yourself and a way to express your self in the digital space in a deeper way than just showing off a cool art piece you own but it’s a way to show off a vision you believe in.
What are you currently working on?
I am currently working on making integrative metaverse characters and also vtubers within my NFTs that are all 1/1s that are unique to the collector.
Where can collectors find your work?
These are all my links. I am on Foundation, Opensea, and OBJKT, and at the moment trying to get on to Supe Rare in the near future! I have also been on MakersPlace but haven’t continued to use their platform cause it had gotten hacked in the past and lost access to that account.
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