Update: Currently getting rid some really old stuff and uploading new ones. My scanner had just died so there might be a steady flow of digital art for awhile. Heh. Welcome to the hot, tropical part of the woods, belonging to the an artist born in Bangkok, Thailand in 1986 (yep, I grew up with all the 80's TV shows...maybe that's why I'm such a corrupted kid). p> I try to work on as many media as I could, and the only things I've never tried would have to be oils and an airbrush...and I want to break into them and expirement. I have an unhealthy adoration for drawing people and an utter hatred for abstract art because...I don't get abstract art. It flows through the blood line in the family, I'm sure of it. How a certain person can look at a red sqaure on white canvas and say 'It's a woman giving birth' just makes me scratch my head. Fantasy and sci-fi was always a top knotch for me because it has no limitations, and you can make up about a thousand stories just looking at a drawing for a few seconds. These people below can always give my inspiration a boost so go and visit them! Lennart Thilander: Wonderful grasp of Vallejo-like powerful females. Beautiful, smooth, and very creative.
Laura Rhoades-Stovall: The place you need to go visit if your inspiration for drawing sexy men is low :D
Kim Vilimek: Dr. Ink would be a sutible name for her. Beautiful ink, photoshop, sketches...you know cool of the coolest creative stuff!
John (Hui) Li: The semi-crazy dude who draws so realistically it makes me cry with envy.
Clayton S.T: If he lived in the middle ages, he would be called the Weapons Master. For now, he should be called the Weapons Master on Paper ;) Michael John Morris: He's a pro. He's definetly a pro, and his art is just...no other word to say but original and stunning!Last but not least, I want to thank Thomas for creating this wonderful site...hey, how can I not appreciate it when it was the thing that actually gave my butt a good kick and drove me to seriously work on art...