FEATURED ARTIST: Interview with Oklahoma Artist, Luke McCray

Luke McCray

Illustrator | 34 | Norman, Oklahoma

We are honored to have, Luke McCray, as our Featured Artist, he is an amazing artist that may only has a few pieces on his Instagram, but quality is whats important not quantity, and the quality of his art is superb your definitely going to want to be following him so you don’t miss his next post!

How long have you been an artist? What is your specialty? Where do u find inspiration?
I try not to focus on one type of art. I feel like I could create almost anything out of anything. If I can paint it, glue it, sculpt it, mold it etc. I can make something cool. So you can say I find inspiration from simply creating something out of nothing.


Do you have a job in the art industry? If So, what’s one thing you don’t like about it? If no, where would your dream job be?
I would love to make an honest living by being creative. I guess I haven’t quite figured that part out. My dream job would be Comic book artist.

Where do you see yourself in 5 years? 10 years? 20 years?
I can’t say where I see myself in 5 or 10 years down the line. I take life as it comes and I try and make the best out what comes my way.

If you could meet and talk to any person in the world, dead or alive, who would it be?
If I could meet and talk to anyone person in the world it would be Todd Mcfarlane (also my favorite artist) I’m not sure what I would ask him but I think it would be fun to hang out with the guy.

How is one way you make money with your art?
I sell my art to friends and anyone who ask me to make something for them.


If you could go anywhere in the world where would it be and why?
If I could go anywhere in the world it would be all of Europe and Japan. I love that culture and art from these parts of the world.

What is your favorite brand of art supply? Whether it’s a brand of pencils or brand of camera or software
My favorite art supplies are the ones in my hand that do what I want it to do(no particular brand).


Any advice for young artists?
My advice to young artist would be Never stop doing you. Find what you are passionate about and do it to the best of your abilities.


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