Six years, seven in February.
It's a long story... But it refers back to the time when I would roleplay Twilight on MySpace and there was a Superhero group... and I was Poison Ivy
unstable, unsure, unprepared
I write with my left hand, draw predominantly with my left hand but sometimes with my right, and do my digital coloring with my right hand... and do a lot of other stuff with my right hand. So I guess that makes me ambidextrous?
Traditional art and digital art.
Digital painting of everything. Orcas, other animals, people, landscapes. You have no idea how many things I have in my mind that I wish I could see in real life right in front of my eyes.
I actually have no clue because I have organized a good chunk of my favorites into specific folders to keep track of them. It was probably a coloration though.
I like alllll different kinds of art but I'd say probably digital paintings and digital colorations the most often.
Hahahahahaha.... yeah right. I know I'll never be able to mention everyone I love so I won't try.
hands down. She's one of the two people in my life who aren't related to me by blood but I would call my sister.
inspired me to start coloring in the first place. I love the Romanovs and her photos were (and still are) so amazing. Then I have to thank xSixty-3ight
for introducing us both to Bollywood and then GuddiPoland
for helping my SOA and Old Hollywood effort. And finally, Hysazu
her photography and digital art is mind blowing and I can only hope to get to be a fraction of as talented as she is.
For the longest time I used Photoshop for everything. That's where I colored my photos, edited my photography, etc. If my laptop hand't taken a crap I would still be using it. Right now my favorite tool is my iPad. I use an Adobe app and a stylus to draw my orcas as well as a good old fashioned pencil and paper. I also use it for taking my photos because I don't have another camera at the moment. If anyone would like to help me out with that let me know lol.
I don't really have one, unfortunately.