Hey Bhushan! Could you please introduce yourself?
I'm a 24 years old game designer, 3d and generative artist. I have been creating art since my school days: I used to doodle, sketch, do some clay modeling. And in the past 3 years I have dived into 3D and generative art.
That’s awesome! So what do you do nowadays?
I run a game studio called Codemire Games, where I design and develop games.
I started by creating 3D assets for my games. After that, I jumped into playing with lights, materials, textures and environments in my free time, using these for 3D art.
Apart from everything within NFT art, I am also working on multiple Play to Earn NFT games. The project I’m focusing on right now is Itsuki.
A lot of what you do is NFT related. When did you learn about NFTs?
I've been in the NFT space for almost a year now. It all started with an Instagram story, where a person got a bid of 0.333 $ETH on his art. That Instagram story simply lured me into the NFT space.
Why did you join?
Well, if I’m being honest, then I’ve got to say that when I joined the NFT space, I was worried about the destination; saled, bids, et cetera. But over time and as I learned more about the space, my mindset changed. Now I'm enjoying the journey... I am grateful to have a huge family who is ready to support me, so I can focus on this.
Besides your current project and the games, you’re also still creating art. What’s the main message you are trying to convey?
I like to show the present and past, my life journey. We all experience a lot of things in our lives, many happy moments and many sad moments. My art shows my emotions, my past, and my present.
And sometimes, when I feel helpless about certain social issues, I try to ‘scream’ about that issue through my art.
What’s next, Bhushan?
This year I have two goals: create more play to earn NFT games and create more art!
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