I originally started drawing as a way of dealing with my mother committing suicide some years ago. It helped me escape from the world when I needed it the most, creating my own worlds with my own rules and realities instead. So you could say I use it as a sort of escapism. I've continued working on it since, and I really feel great accomplishment in improving my skills (the larger numbers in the titles are the newer pictures). I really feel my art shows how I think, and that is what I've primarily learnt about doing this. So all these paintings I've created show me how I can achieve something. It also shows me a personal journey catalysed by great tragedy, and thusly, my art is very personal to me.
Through my art I hope to show you what kind of person I am. My drawings do, in a certain subtle way, give the viewer a sense of thinking with my brain-waves through a piece of paper window to the other worlds.
Or that's just how I would describe it.
I don't draw inspiration from other particular artists. You might say living life in a heavily screen-influenced and digital world might be the biggest inspiration for me.
I like to use POSCA pens, BiC M10 clic pens, and hard-paper drawing blocks. I don't like to use rulers because I would then dull my ability to draw straight lines (even though I can't do that perfectly anyway, of course).
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