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Hello fellow deviants! If you enjoy watching painting videos then feel free to follow me on YouTube. I just uploaded a new video and I'm planning to add more!

If there's anything specific you'd like to see me painting then go ahead and suggest it in the comments bellow. :)
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A few days ago I received an unexpected message by Sarah Miller, a really skilled tattoo artist and digital painter, who informed me that a friend of hers liked my "Andromeda" painting, so much, that she asked Sarah to tattoo it on her. Check out the awesome tattoo she made, here:

You can also visit her deviantart account, to see more of her works: :iconshinigami-sama:

Commission Status: OPEN
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Just a quick update...

Some of my works have been featured by a Greek online magazine, called fuctART, that promotes artists and artworks of any medium. The current issue has just gone online and you can download it for free from their website , once you've become a member.

Commission status: OPEN
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For anyone who cares to know or is just too bored and needs something to read here's my story so far:

I've been drawing since I was 2 years old. I remember myself, as a kid, always drawing something, filling sketchbook after sketchbook. I used to draw with color markers, pens, pencils, colored pencils, watercolors, crayons e.t.c. Drawing was just a way of expressing myself and nothing more, at the time, I wasn't taking it seriously at all...I even got accepted to an art school once, which was offering free drawing/painting lessons, but after attending to 3 or 4 lessons I got bored with it and quitted...:S

As I was growing up I skipped from drawing on sketchbooks to drawing on notebooks and school books, mostly with pens. Drawing was losing ground among my other interests year after year until almost a year ago when I came across with some time lapse digital painting videos on youtube. I was amazed by the level of awsomeness that an artist could achieve without even "getting his hands dirty"! That was my style, period! :P So I thought I should give it a try...

I bought my tablet around April 2010 and since then I've seen and read hundreds of drawing/painting tutorials/tips, I've spent many hours studying human anatomy, proportions, muscle structure, practicing on values e.t.c. The great thing is that all that practice has paid off! In a period of a few months my drawing skills have improved significantly! Now I draw and practice as much as I can, whenever and wherever.