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Jing Ouyang


Jing Ouyang, Character Designer & Visual Development Artist for Animation

Jing Ouyang is a passionate character designer and visual development artist with a storytelling mindset. She likes to present her interpretation by drawing. Her painting competition medals have encouraged her to master both traditional painting and digital art, which leads to her first self-publish art book. She founded a small group to publish ten art books during her spare time.

Her love of creation has brought her to study at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. Her artwork showcased at the annual spring show 2013-2018. She was awarded as Best in Category at Illustration Department in 2014. Also, her art was featured in February 2016 and interview reported in May 2019 at Art U newspaper.

She started to freelance since 2016. Currently, she's freelancing for Titmouse and BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment. She participated in projects for studio such as Dreamworks, Netflix, Warner Bros. On her spare time, she works on her personal projects. She is passionate about creating appealing visuals for TV and Feature Animation.


Cartooning,Illustration,Motion Graphics

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