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My name is Tiffany Toland-Scott, but I prefer to be called Tiff, and I was born and raised in the Cascade foothills of Washington State, but felt the wanderlust early on and was always dreaming of where I wanted to go. As a child I struggled with a crippling musculo-skeletal condition that left me unable to participate in many physical activities and I turned to drawing my horses when I couldn't ride them. Eventually the drawn horses became unicorns, and my love of fantasy was born.
A few years later I decided to move to Phoenix to obtain a degree in video game design, but quickly realized the life of the game designer was not for me. After switching majors a couple of times, and sometimes having double-majors and taking 36 credit hours a semester while attending two colleges, I was burnt out, fed up, and pretty much convinced that a "practical" art job was not my style. The only teacher I got along with asked me, after grading my final project, why I was even there and told me I could go into the workforce today if I wanted to. So, I did.
These days I paint book covers, illustrations for magazines and books, license my work, wholesale it, run Wholesale Fantasy Art, do a little product design, paint stuff for games, do shows, and so on. I don't teach though, and I really don't do private lessons. Sorry.
If you want to know more about me, my art, my company, or hiring me, you can either contact me or check out the F.A.Q.'s page. Chances are someone has already asked and the answer you seek is in the F.A.Q.'s, but if not feel free to e-mail me!
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