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Kamora LaRoyce Jones (Artsoldier77) was born in Las Vegas, Nevada (November 3rd, 1977) and has been creating art since the age of 3. Kamora still lives and works in Vegas. Most of her youth was spent learning to draw from life and imagination and visualizing Christian mysticism and spirituality. In 2017, Kamora and her wife had a few significant metaphysical experiences. Previously, she started remembering a vision from her childhood, which led her to begin studying concepts in reincarnation and consciousness. From a very young age, Kamora was always exposed to concepts in higher consciousness through lucid/transcendent dreaming and astral projection. After having the experiences in 2017, she was able to open up to the energy that brought her to where she is today.
The art of The Transmigration Series is directly inspired by those experiences, an Akashic reading, other spiritual experiences, meditations, channelings, and trances that help her understand the importance of the soul's journey. She prefers sketching her concepts with graphite on paper or digitally with her Wacom Cintiq in Clip Studio Paint, Adobe Photoshop, Corel Painter, or Procreate. Graphite sketches are always digitized, edited, colored, and manipulated to create the final pieces. Quite often, Kamora will draw and paint digitally to keep the lines and values of each composition harmonious and refined. Kamora works with many analog and digital visual art mediums, including 3D modeling/sculpting and motion graphics tools like Adobe After Effects.
During the week, Kamora also works as a senior graphic artist for an international gaming manufacturer. Kamora has always been inspired by metaphysical, new age/spiritual art, psychedelic visual artists, the Pre-Raphaelites, William Blake, and many other classical and modern visual storytellers working in various mediums.
You can view Kamora's Transmigration art on Instagram or Facebook @artsoldier77. You can view art from a few of Kamora's other art projects on her website: artsoldier77.com