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My Redbubble Shop: wendymariemedia.redbubble.com

*Open for commissions, collaborations, custom graphics, and writing gigs (read below).

*I encourage and welcome any and all criticism and critique of my work.

A couple of years ago, I started dabbling in digital art, and I've been addicted ever since. I started first with Photoshop and other raster apps. Recently, I've moved onto vector graphics using Inkscape and Illustrator. I also play around on various Android apps. I use a Wacom Intuos Pro and a Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 for digital art. I've always considered myself a traditional artist, preferring to work in pencil, watercolor, and ink though I haven't been doing much of that since picking up digital art. Please feel free to message me if you have any inclination to do so, for whatever reason, especially if you need custom graphics.

I also like to write and edit others' writing. My specialty is repurposing content and condensing your writing, aka - making it less wordy and more effective.

Thanks for visiting.


Favourite TV Shows
Supernatural, Criminal Minds, True Crime Shows, Regular Show, Black Mirror, Attack On Titan
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Blues, Classic Rock, 90's Hip-Hop, Classical
Favourite Books
Non-Fiction, Text Books on a vast array of topics, Classic Novels/ Stories, Short Stories, Some Memoirs/Biographies/Autobiographies
Favourite Writers
Comedians, Real Journalists
Favourite Games
Chess, Spades, Basketball, Poker, Sega Genesis, Sudoku, The Quiet Game
Tools of the Trade
Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Inkscape, Autodesk Sketchbook, Infinite Painter, Art Flow, Adobe Draw, FlipaClip, Wacom Intuos Pro, Samsung Galaxy Tab S3, india ink, graphite, watercolor, colored pencil, acrylics
Other Interests
Writing, Science, Comedy, Jewelry Making, Wood Burning, Sculpture, Sewing, Technology, Programming, Paranormal,Mental Health, Making Money Online, Freelancing, Entrepreneurship, Furturism
It's becoming increasingly difficult to tell the difference between digital and traditional artwork - especially portraits of people and animals. I just want my fellow artists to know that it may not be obvious to you, but some people are very curio

Artistic Style Changes (somewhat) With Time

Artistic Style Changes (somewhat) With Time

Much Older Drawing Newer, Digital Rendition I can see some similarities in my drawing styles from, say, ten years ago compared to now. It's odd that I'm just now realizing this. Honestly, guys, I think I'm becoming colder, more technical ... jaded? The digital medium is so much cleaner and smoother, less tactile. Could the medium, itself, change a person? I'm guessing, so. I mean, there's no denying that most digital artists spend a lot of time on the internet, right? We now identify ourselves with a webpage, a blog, our most-liked post, or our most profitable print-on-demand designs. What have these things replaced? I can't even remember.

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