Beyond the walls of per­cep­tion lie realms of ethe­re­al pos­si­bil­i­ties that may or may not exist. As you swim past the con­cep­tu­al lamps — bare­ly forged and lame, yet con­tain­ing the voic­es of uni­vers­es with­in — in the light of the six moons at a win­dow by the moun­tain of emer­ald, you will find me sit­ting on a 19th cen­tu­ry Gentlemen’s Armchair with my fin­gers steepled and eyes lost in tran­quil­li­ty.

Hello! I am Tushant Mirchandani (art-name “Cyan Los”), an Indian Artist and Poet liv­ing in the west of India.

I am 25 years old, with 2 years of pro­fes­sion­al expe­ri­ence (and up to 6 years of vol­un­teer­ing and hob­by­ist expe­ri­ence), work­ing full-time as well as free­lanc­ing, while also assist­ing non-prof­it orga­ni­za­tions where I can. I have my exper­tise in illus­tra­tion, con­cept-art, ani­ma­tion (2D and 3D), 3D mod­el­ling, film-mak­ing, poet­ry (writ­ten and per­for­mance) and teach­ing. However, I’ve also had a year’s worth of expe­ri­ence as an Art-Director and an all-round Creative Ninja.

Although I’m capa­ble of using (and mas­ter­ing) any tool required for a task and depend­ing on the project pipelines, I’m most­ly drawn towards free and open-source soft­ware by default (espe­cial­ly Linux) due to their effi­cien­cy.