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I believe I can fly
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Artist // Professional // Traditional Art
  • Mexico
  • Deviant for 13 years
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My Bio

Available for commissions

Portraits.

Watercolors.

Illustration.

Photography.

I live in Mexico, I freelance as designer and work in productions such as events, parades as well as commercials and movies.

I'm very comfortable with pencils, watercolors and carving, but keep trying to learn new techniques as well. Photography is also one of my passions, with it I like to explore my country and its culture, as well as show some political and social concerns.

Feel free to contact me if you see something you like in the gallery.

fotoarnaldo@yahoo.com.mx


Favourite Books
The ones with spells and invocations. They come in handy.
Tools of the Trade
Pencils brushes and nunchuks.
Other Interests
Riding into the sunset.

THANKS FOR YOUR ART

THANKS FOR YOUR ART

If I faved some of your stuff, or if I visited your gallery, even if i didn’t comment at all, thanks for your art it’s all great inspiration for me, it keeps me going. So please, continue creating, I’d love to see more from you.

Multitasking or multifailing

Multitasking or multifailing

   Have you noticed that sometimes during the process of working on something creative, you get stuck at some point? Or that you start filled with enthusiasm and later on you lost all of your will and work becomes tedious? Well lately I'm trying a different approach. Instead of forcing me to keep going no mater what,  I simply  switch to a different task. I work at home and spend a lot of time enclosed in a little space. So it's easy to feel bored. Generally I have different things to do, so I choose one, perhaps the most urgent and start working on it. If at some point I feel lazy or stuck, I simply switch to something different. So you can

Back on track

Back on track

I'm trying to get back into DA since I've been inactive for some years. Being a deviant always helped me to keep productive and in constant practice but somewhere along the way I lost the interest in the site and afterwards I became lazy, at least about producing art. So, this is my comeback. But looking at my gallery and the art that I want to submit I find an issue. I have too many different materials and therefor too many folders. Does this make it easy for other deviants to look at the stuff they're really interested or, on the contrary, makes it more confusing and frustrating? What do you think, what's easier and more practical for you?

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FddyWnksNew Deviant
I love your gallery
zombieaterProfessional Traditional Artist

Thanks, I'm glad you liked it, thanks a lot for all the favs and the watch.

PrankStarz101Student Digital Artist
Thanx for the Llama! :iconpuppyglompplz:
zombieaterProfessional Traditional Artist

Y' welcome!

Firesoul-LVHobbyist General Artist

Thank you for the faves, I appreciate it! :heart:

zombieaterProfessional Traditional Artist

Well deserved. :dance:

leothefox General Artist
:umbrella: Thank you for faving

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