Some people think I can’t draw because I do all of my design work on the computer. That could not be farther from the truth. I do design work the way I do to overcome my executive functioning issues and OCD. I want the linework clean when it comes time to stencil. I don’t want the client to have to wait while I resize a drawing or rework an arrangement at the last minute. Yesterday, I stepped way outside my comfort zone. Both the customer and I are very pleased with the outcome thus far. No stencil, no sharpie, just me my machine and my skills. Session 1 complete (oh and for the critics who wonder why I only got this far, the client has fibromyalgia and had to take more breaks). The dragon was already there, but the client wanted it to be in an environment suitable for hatching a dragon.
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BA in Art - University Waterloo BEd - University of Windsor 35 Years as a professional artist/graphic designer 35 Years of Customer Service experience Former teacher, baker, bakery manager, bouncer, waiter, IT administrator and marketing manager Born and Raised in Canada< Former Resident of Columbia, SC. Now Living in Newberry I believe in always doing the right thing, Not the easy thing. I treat people the way I want to be treated. I push myself to be the best version of myself I can be. Quit is not in my vocabulary! I am OCD to a fault. I give people the benefit of the doubt, but when I am done ... you get the idea. I like Batman, but not for any of the reasons anyone thinks. I have finally found a job that uses all of the useless information I have amassed. I have no ego when it comes to my art. I am honest to a fault. I am not afraid to admit when I am wrong. View all posts by redemptioninkworks