My parents said I started drawing when I was able to pick up a pencil. I honestly, do not remember when I started drawing, I have been always able to do it. When I was young, I started drawing anything I saw- mostly cartoons.
In 1999, was my first attempt at drawing a portrait. It was new, trying to shade and work with lighting. Since then, I haven't stopped drawing portraits and people. There is nothing more challenging to draw then that. No drawn line is ever the same. I love it! With each project, I learn something more to improve myself.
The goal is to transition to three- dimensional art. It appears more realistic, even if its a fantasy project, the final product appears as if you can see it in reality.
I give all my credit to my parents and those that appreciate my drawings. Originally my parents were the first to encourage and art ability that I never knew I was capably of at 3. Their nutriment encouraged me to keep practicing and learning how to fine tune my skills. Now, its everyone that appreciated my projects that give me the motivation I need for quality improvement.