The Man Behind The Whips
Hello again aspiring racers and whip riders!
As promised, here’s the second segment of “As the Whip Rides”.
Today, we are going to discuss one of the most crucial parts of any NFT project, namely the artist, as there have been many questions regarding our talented vehicle designer. Without further ado, we would like to introduce that the creative genius behind our whips is none other than Scott Robertson.
Apart from being an avid car lover, Scott is a master of his craft. As a matter of fact, he has over 25 years of experience teaching at the highest tertiary level on how to design, draw, and render. Besides developing curriculum, he has also written or co-authored 13 books on design and concept art.
Scott graduated with honors, attaining a B.S. degree in Transportation Design from the ArtCenter College of Design in Pasadena, California, where he had formerly served as the program director of the school’s Entertainment Design Department, which he helped establish.
More importantly, Scott is a distinguished, concept artist who is famed for his transportation design work and contributions to hit sci-fi movies, such as “Minority Report”. He also contributed to theme park attractions for Universal Studios’ “Men in Black” ride in Orlando, Florida.
Furthermore, Scott worked on the vehicle designs for “Battle Force Five”, an animated series based on Mattel’s Hot Wheels toy cars. He also art directed 240 illustrations for the Hot Wheels AcceleRacers collectible card game.
With Scott’s expertise and impressive credentials, in addition to him being a core partner in our project, we at Whip Racers are super bullish on the prospects of our upcoming NFT project.
To know more about Whip Season’s artist, please visit his official bio. and if you want to see more of Scott’s amazing art portfolio, kindly visit his ArtStation profile.