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Elizabeth McGlasson (also known as Red Sangre), a 3D Graphics Artist and Digital Painter from Las Vegas, NV, has been working in digital format since 2000. Focusing mostly on stylized artwork rendered in 3D, her work brings to mind the darker imaginings of gothic horror, fairy tales and fantasy scenes. Her primary influences are the works of Brom, Brian Froud, Julie Bell, Dorian Cleavenger and Amy Brown to name just a few.

Elizabeth’s award winning work has been featured on everything from coffee mugs to custom tattoos. She was interviewed in the second issue of Collective Consciousness, a magazine celebrating upcoming Digital Artists and was showcased in the successful European publication Forbidden Whispers. In addition, her work has been on display in the prestigious online gallery Ascent Aspirations.

In 2006, she was one…

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  • Born on November 20
  • Joined August 11, 2006

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About

Elizabeth McGlasson (also known as Red Sangre), a 3D Graphics Artist and Digital Painter from Las Vegas, NV, has been working in digital format since 2000. Focusing mostly on stylized artwork rendered in 3D, her work brings to mind the darker imaginings of gothic horror, fairy tales and fantasy scenes. Her primary influences are the works of Brom, Brian Froud, Julie Bell, Dorian Cleavenger and Amy Brown to name just a few.

Elizabeth’s award winning work has been featured on everything from coffee mugs to custom tattoos. She was interviewed in the second issue of Collective Consciousness, a magazine celebrating upcoming Digital Artists and was showcased in the successful European publication Forbidden Whispers. In addition, her work has been on display in the prestigious online gallery Ascent Aspirations.

In 2006, she was one of the top 8 winners of the 3 Dimensional Master’s Award 2006 given to her by the readers of Future-Art Magazine.

In 2013, she was asked to get involved with the launch of Gigaverse – a website featuring free courses for pursuing online careers. Her interview and tips can be read here gigaverse.com/guides/elizabeth-mcglasson/. Elizabeth also had a rambunctious interview in the December 2014 issue of Pinup Fantasies & Faerie Magazine.

As of 2015, Elizabeth as been focusing on digital painting and photography - having recently completed a year long series of black and white photos taken daily. You can see her current images at redsangre.smugmug.com
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When Elizabeth is not creating art, she spends time with her husband Brett and their son Miles, along with their three dogs, Miss Lucy, Mr. Taco and The Amazing Halo.

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