Bahrain artist Khalid Al-Muharraqi, owner of Muharraqi-Studios, often incorporates the style of the Middle East into his work. In fact, the Portfolio section in the March 2011 issue showcases a number of of these images. While Muharraqi embraces this culture in his art, he does not limit himself to the style of the Middle East, as evidenced here.
“I try to reflect in my work the things that I am interested in,” he says. Muharraqi uses a range of content creation tools for his work. His main software is NewTek’s LightWave, although he also utilizes Pixologic’s ZBrush, Adobe’s Photoshop, and Luxology’s Modo. (For more information about the artist, see the Portfolio section in the March 2011 issue of CGW.)