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The Fantastic Characters of Kekai Kotaki Kekai Kotaki was born...

The Fantastic Characters of Kekai Kotaki

Kekai Kotaki was born & raised on the Big Island of Hawaii, but found the sunshine & beautiful scenery distracting so he moved to dreary Seattle in 2000 to attend art school. After graduating, he got a job at ArenaNet, the makers of the Guild Wars franchise as a lowly texture artist. Through hard work & more than a little luck he was able to become a concept artist. After 5 years as Lead Concept Artist on Guild Wars 2 & 8+ years total at ArenaNet, Kekai has left to go look for new endeavors & to work on his burgeoning illustration career.
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