When I first began drawing, I colored all my images digitally because it was the easiest and cheapest way. I was always drawn to the things that digital art could do that oil, pastel, and canvas couldn’t do: that is, literally utilize light. There is always something ethereal about digital painting to me, and I always loved the way it was able to capture light in ways that no other art form could.
Unfortunately, my digital art took a hit when I bought a new laptop in the Fall of 2008. In the conversion from laptop to desktop, and on my tight budget, I simply didn’t have a computer able to process the large files anymore. Someday, I hope to take this up again, but it will have to wait for now. I specialized in portraiture and focused, in the last few years, almost entirely on the human face and form.