I've noticed that you have a broad mastery of drawing, watercolor, acrylic, oil, and digital mediums! I've noted that many professional artists usually claim one medium to their name/brand and 'master' it to the point of professionalism and consistency. You differ in that category. In regards to artists that master one medium, how would you say you approached all these mediums differently than they did with their one, in order to achieve the level of professionalism and consistency that you now enjoy? (FE: I often feel overwhelmed just with my underdrawings...let alone approaching and achieving success in diverse mediums!)
Hi Mike,Actually it has been kind of haphazard. I first learned how to draw, which I still think is really important, and then afterwards tried to find a way to fully realize my ideas in color. Digital was the first real tool available to me that made any sense. So I tackled that. Everything since then has been a bit of a mess as I try to force digital modes of thinking onto analog forms of painting. I still feel like I have a long way to go before I will be really satisfied with my traditional paintings.
What is this paper?
It is called Graphic White