|This piece was done to honor the magical workings of my good friend |
Chris is a very talented and creative artist and writer. So anyway, cheers to Chris!!!
I first began experimenting with digital art back in the early 80's.|
I used Commodore (8 BIT) computers and very simplistic software.
All of the art I did back then was pixel art. I later purchased an Amiga (16 BIT) computer and continued my venture with a lot more colors, resolution and a lot more powerful and versatile software. The Amiga was the first platform on which I experimented with 3D modeling and raytracing, I was utterly fascinated with the possibilities and versatility computer graphics and design has to offer. Not too long after that, I started using PCs. As technology has progressed and evolved, so too have my skills and my passion for art has increased tenfold since the beginning. I find inspiration from everything and everyone around me and love to examine other people's work; not to critique it, but to absorb it and enjoy it. I don't accept criticisms of my work very well because I believe that art is an expression of one's inner self and should not conform to any particular model or standard of what art should be. My work continuously evolves as I see fit. I do not tend to stick with any particular genre or style of art because each style represents a particular personal emotion, thought process, or experience. We all interpret the world around us slightly differently and that's what makes our particular mode of expression unique; as we are all unique individuals.
Current Residence: Salt Lake City, UT
deviantWEAR sizing preference: Large
Favourite genre of music: Classic Rock ,Electronica, Alternative
Favourite photographer: Ansel Adams
Favourite style of art: All
Operating System: Windows 7 X64
MP3 player of choice: WinAMP
Shell of choice: Windows
Wallpaper of choice: My own creations usually
Skin of choice: Standard Windows Aero, blue or red usually
Favourite cartoon character: Wolverine
Personal Quote: There's no right way to do the wrong thing