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Drawings by Toni KondevToni Kondev is an artist born in 1981,...

Drawings by Toni Kondev

Toni Kondev is an artist born in 1981, who live and creates in Bulgaria. He graduated Graphic Design at the National High School of Applied Arts in Sliven, Bulgaria. Four years later he earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Stage Design at the National Academy of Arts in Sofia. Toni currently working in 3D modeling and texturing. He worked, among other at productions of films “The Expendables”, “Conan the Barbarian”, “Rambo”, “Killing Season”, “Automata (2014)”, “Criminal”.

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