I've logged over a quarter century of graphic design experience and am employed by Classic Shirts, Inc. in Quincy, Florida as the in-house artist specializing in garment imprint design, corporate identity, graphics and separations for the retail market. Logo design and font creation are proficiencies, and I have an exhaustive list of corporate clientele and notable figures that have utilized my work.
I'm in my late 40's with five very talented kids, many of them accomplished artists in their own rights.
I'm an Amateur Radio operator - Extra class, hence the "K4ICY" callsign, which means I get to talk to folks all over the world using just a few watts of radio power and a wire! I enjoy building my own gear (a "maker") and working with electronics.
My career goals include the illustrious world of Industrial Design and engineering. I'm constantly creating in Blender and Moi3D, can always be found tinkering and inventing with Arduino and endeavor to never cease learning and improving.
I'm also into vintage arcade and pinball games and enjoy working on my MAME projects. Check out our local radio club's newsletter, which I edited (5 yrs): The Printed Circuit, Newsletter of the Tallahassee Amateur Radio Society. k4tlh.net/tars-newsletter/
CorelDRAW, Photoshop, Blender
Moment of Inspiration (MoI - NURBS-based 3D Solid Modeling program with easy UI) moi3d.com/ $299 ($99 for students)
Verve (Fluid Dynamics-based Painter) www.taron.de/forum/index.php Which is FREE!!!
Happy Monday evening, Mike - I'm happy you've enjoyed my "Vintage Goes PopArt" piece and thank you for adding it to your favorites collection. I appreciate your support very much and wish you all the best, my friend