The image is a promotional poster for the series "Aventia," featuring anime-style characters against a blue sky with clouds. The main character on the left is a young boy with spiky black hair and large brown eyes, wearing a red and white striped shirt. To the right, there is a purple-haired character with sharp, confident eyes, and a blue-haired character in a dynamic pose with a glowing blue hand. A girl with pink hair, a big red bow, and a cheerful expression, holding a small dog-like figure with a top hat, is also featured. The title "Aventia" is prominently displayed in the center, with "All Ages of Geek" branding in the bottom right corner.

We Interviewed the Creator of Aventia!

We had the pleasure of chatting with the creator of the indie animation Aventia! Check it out to learn more about this fun project & be sure to check it out!

1. Tell us about Aventia!

Aventia is an independently produced animated series inspired by anime! It follows the adventures of three teenagers, Billie Ignivento, Ace Ignivento, and Hanako Gotokuji. They are 3 of many people who were randomly teleported off of Earth and thrown into the titular world of Aventia, a fantasy world full of floating islands and amazing creatures. After gaining the incredible superpowers of the Aventian God’s Crystals, the 3 are on a journey across Aventia to make it back home, while making friends and fighting powerful villains who seek to conquer the world along the way.

Aventia started off as a reboot of an older show called Quest of Bluefire that I had made back in 2016 and ran until 2018, but as I developed it further, eventually I came up with enough ideas that were completely different from its predecessor and I decided to make its own series with no relation to my first one. Though Aventia is still loosely inspired off my old series, it is a separate project entirely.

2. What inspires your work?

Aventia is inspired by a whole lot of different media, but one of the most important things that helped shape this project was my love for anime in general. Of course there are the big players, like One Piece, Naruto, Dragon Ball and Yu-Gi-Oh, to name a few that helped shape it, with their epic storytelling, character development, and battles. However, there are also various series outside of the ones I’ve mentioned that helped shape it too, some being battle shonen, and others being magical girls, comedy, or slice of lifes.

There were also western cartoons that influenced Aventia, such as Powerpuff Girls (the anime version Powerpuff Girls Z in particular) which influenced the concept of 3 colored fighters, Avatar: The Last Airbender which helped me figure out how the powers would look, and Adventure Time.

But one of the biggest influences for Aventia that really helped nail down its fantasy adventure vibe was Skylanders, a game series which I was a huge fan of during its initial popularity back in the early 2010s. Before I got into anime, that was the biggest thing that inspired me to start drawing!

3. Goals for this year?

My goals for this year Aventia-wise include to have the second ending sequence finished and released (which is what I am currently working on!), cast some more voice actors for the project, start recording the dialogue for the next episodes, and practice animating a bit more!

As for other goals, the big thing I do outside of animation and art is voice acting, whether it be for my own projects (I voice the Ignivento brothers Billie and Ace on Aventia), or for other people’s projects. One of the things I love doing is being able to bring characters to life, whether it be through the visual side or the audio side. As such, I want to audition for more roles and really get better at voice acting, take more classes maybe!

4. Advice to new artists!

Some advice I would have is don’t stress out too much, and genuinely have a love for art and draw things you enjoy! While it’s important to learn art fundamentals, don’t forget to just play around and have fun. Don’t worry about trying to perfect everything, just do the best you can do at that moment. Art is the gift that keeps on giving really, there’s always something to learn and improve on!

Also, social media numbers, while impressive and can be a sense of pride, shouldn’t be your be-all and end-all. Do art because you love it! You shouldn’t get into art just because you want to create the next internet phenomenon.

5. Thoughts on All Ages of Geek?

I think All Ages of Geek is excellent! Their work is awesome, and they’re really doing a lot for the indie community, bringing all different kinds of people, from indie series/game creators to voice actors together. On top of their support for the indie community, they also have a lot of cool articles and “which character are you?” quizzes on their website about anime, movies, and video games that I am a fan of, as well as a YouTube channel where they react to several shows and play games on. While I’ve only recently discovered AAOG, I’ll definitely be coming back for more!

6. Favorite memory so far as a creative?

My favorite memory so far as a creative has to be during 2020, right before the world shut down due to the pandemic, where I realized “I can’t be shy with art stuff. I need to get out there a bit more and make some more friends who are into doing the same things I do.” At the time, Bluefire was over and I had not released a series in over 2 years. Aventia had very rough concepts and while it would still be a year before I released it, I’ve gotten myself involved with various indie communities during that time, meeting some fantastic people and making some great friends along the way!

7. Biggest success story?

I wouldn’t say there’s a “big” success story yet. I’ve had several moments that I feel could qualify, however I’m not sure if there’s anything I could confidently say is the biggest one yet. One thing that I would consider a success story though is the support that Aventia has received, from fan art to positive comments. Compared to my past projects, there was instantly more support for Aventia from the start, from both people who had watched the original Bluefire series and people who have never seen it.

8. Where can folks support your work!

You can watch Aventia on my YouTube channel @LFZSeiryuu, where I also sometimes upload speedpaints and other fun videos relating to the indie community! You can support me on my Twitter page @LFZdude, where I post updates on Aventia, with illustrations of the characters as well as occasional fan art of series that I like! I’m also on Instagram @LFZSeiryuu!

The best way to support Aventia is to leave comments on the episodes, as well as sharing them around with your friends and others who may be interested!

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