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My ideas about what to paint come f rom pictures I see online. Most artist see their subject right in front of them. They hike along creek banks or up mountains until the view is worthy of the sweat they expended to get there. Some artists would rather sit in a studio with a nude figure model for hours on end, managing the joy to paint with the lustful thought of taking a bite out of the model's body. I post a photo on my desktop and use it as a general reference. I seldom paint what I see. I vary it so I don't have to keep scanning my desktop to figure out where it's pasted. The photo gives me more of the idea of what to paint and what colors to use rather than how to paint.
The mouse is my brush
The screen is my pallet
The canvas is my mind
On Christmas, 2010, I moved my mouse across the screen for the first time. The brightest colors I' d seen in so many years flowed from my brush, turing white to blue, green, yellow, red and every color in between. It was like drawing with a rainbow on a stick. And, it was addictive. Minutes became hours and day became night. All I did and wanted to do was paint paint paint. I felt as if a hole in my life was begging to be filled. And so, I started pouring my paint and the hole was no longer empty. But, to this day and I feel for foever, it will never be full.
Painting Opneed An Avenue To Create My Own Cartoons...because I like to be funny
I use Birds, Frogs, Skunks, Snakes and even Aliens to say the words Humans say every day. It's better that way because I don't have to pay them or give them health benefits. Also, I don't worry about being sued by anyone