About the Book
"Random Nippon" is a collection of artwork inspired by Japanese and American "comic geek" culture. Obray has worked in the video game industry as an animator and concept artist for more than 6 years and he is happy to finally present his 1st collection of personal artwork.
Features & Details
- Category Comics & Graphic Novels
Small Square, 7×7 in, 18×18 cm
- Publish Date Jul 19, 2011
- Tags mega man, chun li, monkey king, dragon ball, sucker punch, baby doll, temples. raijin, GI Joe, concept art, digital art, robots, swords, yetti, fish, zombies, venom, fujin, fantasy, barbarians, demons, nippon, canal, treehouse, environment, geisha, snakeyes, spiderman, kunoichi, ninja, samurai, manga, anime, comic, fanart, japan, art
Obray Williams is a 3d/2d artist who was born and raised in the great state of Texas. Since Texas is a pretty hot and humid place, Obray usually kept indoors drawing, reading comics, and playing video games. He eventually ventured West to study digital art at Otis College of Art and Design and was fortunate enough to graduate with honors. Shortly after school, he got a job working as an animator for Electronic Arts. Ever since then, Obray has worked on a wide variety of triple A titles such as: Medal of Honor, Madden football, Mercenaries, Quake, and Rockband. Obray is currently looking for his next big challenge and hopes to continue working on some awesome projects.