"Sometimes I get the sinking feeling my pencil is more creative than I...." Art is my therapy and always has been. I’ve been through some difficult situations lately, and every time I become frustrated or upset, all my feelings seem to spill out on the page. I draw best when I’m feeling a strong emotion. My goal is to become a professional artist, though in what field I have not yet decided. I think the drive from a dream I have had since I was young—well, younger—is strong enough to push me along and improve to that level. When I draw, or paint, or sculpt, or such, it just flows. I might have an idea in my head beforehand from a movie or ad or song, but I know it’ll never come out the way I envision it, so I just start drawing. Many times, I’ll rip it up if I dislike it or it’s going completely terrible. I’ll always get to a point where I know I can’t make it any better, though. That usually means it’s so terrible I can’t look at it long enough to want to try to fix the poor reject. I always have a pencil or pen on hand, and I’ll draw on whatever I can find. I have been known to draw on my shoes, even. My current “work” is mainly people. I adore drawing people and portraits. The eyes are one of the best parts of the person. Usually, if my pencil can get the eyes right, we are quite pleased with the work. (I give my pencil the credit here because it does better work than I.) I’ve been exploring different styles lately, and trying to challenge myself more and more with each new piece.
Biography: "Never regret anything, because at one time it was exactly what you wanted." Art's the only thing consistent in this ever-changing world, so hold tight to what you can, let go of what needs to leave, and live. I've been drawing ever since I could hold a pencil, but just started taking classes last year. I've always been encouraged by those around, inspired by the world, and supported by my family.
Country: United States
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