Canadian artist Christophe Young lives and works in Montreal, Canada. He creates concept art for the company Behavior Interactive, which develops computer games. Probably, this left an imprint on the work of Christophe, because in his spare time from his main work, he does not draw ponies and flowers, but armed girls and spectacular monsters.
Christoph Young received his education at Carleton University in the Faculty of Architecture. But there is no information about Young's works in the field of architecture, because even during his student days he became interested in graphics and decided that he would create games. To gain experience, Christophe even got a job as a designer in the editorial office of the university newspaper The Charlatan.
Now Young has fully realized his dream – he comes up with characters for games, which are then "revived" by developers. In his spare time, Christophe draws for the soul of fighting girls armed to the teeth with swords, ray pistols and Gauss rifles.
And Christophe also teaches novice artists the wisdom of craftsmanship. On the web, you can easily find his drawing lessons-very detailed and thorough. Many people consider Yang's courses on drawing hands, faces and weapons to be the best on the web.
No less attractive, though very scary pictures are created by the St. Petersburg artist Bogdan Rezunenko.