Doodle Clash Winner: Interview with Juan
Congratulations Juan for winning Doodle Clash! What better way to understand your field better then to ask and learn from the experts? Here we have a better understanding about the person and ideas behind the Jelly Bubble doodle.
Is there anything you’d like to say to all the people that voted for your Doodle?
I would like to give everyone that voted for me a big thanks, and I will definitely continue to produce more cute doodles in the future!
What was your inspiration for your winning doodle called Jelly Bubble?
My inspiration is from a character I used to draw in my childhood.
So tell me a little bit about yourself
What genres of music do you listen to?
I enjoy listening to anything on the top 100 pop hit list.
Where do you see yourself in ten years?
In 10 years, I see myself working full time as a graphic designer, and to publish my own book.
What motivates you?
The end result of my work and food always keep me motivated.
Do you have any other hobbies and/or interests?
Hiking and dancing.
Are there any quirky/funny stories you'd like to share from your childhood?
I used to stack books on the chairs when I was a baby so that I can reach the height of the table. Then I would sit there and eat for hours.
If you can live anywhere in the world, where would you want to live?
Germany, because they have beautiful hiking spots and beer.
Any advice for future graphic designers and illustrators?
Revise everything; a second time always makes it better.
How did know you had a passion for graphic design?
I always wanted to do something art related for a living, it's still the same after studying in business school.
Who is your favourite illustrator or graphic designer?
When you have a creative block, what do you do to rekindle inspiration?
Come back to it another time.
What is your favourite media to use and why?
Photoshop. The colours always come out great.
What kind of design projects interests you the most?
Illustrative related work.
What interested you to Baby Nimbus?
Baby Nimbus interests me for the fact that I get to make illustrations.
Thank you Nancy for participating in this interview, we highly appreciate your contribution. We hope to see more from you soon!
If you want to see more of her work, go to her portfolio here!