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Photographer:
idrawstock

Website:
http://www.idrawstock.com

Biography:

Thanks for your interest! I’m a local artist in Spokane Washington, determined to make my work available worldwide; I heard through the grapevine that Etsy wasn't to be glossed over. My medium is digital tech and every software known to man-lol. The seed for my art career was planted as a teenager around 1999; not too much of a spread from the time my Mother followed her artistic calling at age 16. She paints in oils almost exclusively, has won prizes and regularly exhibits her paintings in galleries. I guess it's in the blood-lol. I still remember having her make custom paintings for me as a birthday or Christmas present when I was a kid. I think I was her pickiest client; not to mention her most unprofitable client-lol. I understood the uniqueness of having an artist for a parent. It was so neat to have a visual idea for a painting, and have a tangible verbatim copy of my idea manifested on canvas through her. These gifts were special, but limited to special occasions. Art is time consuming, hence She couldn't paint all of my visual ideas; however, she had all the tools I needed to begin my own experimentation. She began teaching me how to use Photoshop on her Mac so I could create my own manifestations. I would play around with all the Photoshop filters, creating various things from cartoon versions of my family members to images of myself doing flying kicks with vibrant colored stars, leaves and clef notes exploding from the background with Mike Tyson, Bruce Lee and Rocky looking up at me with expressions of amazement…Pretty arrogant right?…Just kidding, (sort of-lol). Hey I was a kid-lol. My Mother has always been encouraging and even though I had a lot to learn, she would say something like, “that’s so cool” followed by a very polite reference to a guide on perspective or something similar-lol. I began studying various artists, styles, rules, etc. while maintaining a creative and nontraditional approach. I've taken almost every graphic design-related course in college and have learned virtually every Adobe software inside out; Flash Animation for the Web, Photoshop, Illustrator, Fireworks, After Effects, Premier Dreamweaver, InDesign, etc. My attraction to the media arts exceeds still imagery. I've taken courses in Video Editing, Screenplay Writing, Story Boarding, 3d Animation, etc. I suppose most students spend their first two years of college figuring out their true aspirations. My ultimate goal is to coordinate the production of independent feature length animations that uplift, inspire, invoke laughter and broaden consciousness simultaneously. With all the technological advancements, it's almost possible for anyone with a decent enough computer to produce a movie as visually stunning as Hollywood pictures; individual dedication and story content will end up being the challenge, as opposed to affordability/accessibility barriers. I've been familiarizing myself with 3d animation software for several years now. Once in a while I'll use C4D or Maya in conjunction with 2d image manipulating software to create illustrations. Presently, I distribute my still art and imagery through various agencies/galleries. I recently began testing the viability of distribution on etsy and as things move according to schedule, I plan on making larger selections of imagery and pre-printed fine art prints available. I'm the author of all digital art listed in my etsy store. While a lot of my art pushes special effects to the limits, some of my most prized possessions are simple in nature; capturing the love between father and son, the peaceful rest of a man or woman after enduring a hard season in life, a spiritual breakthrough, wide smiles and unquenchable joy, etc. Many customers use and modify these images for Prints (fine art prints, giclee prints, canvas prints, posters, t-shirts, post cards, birthday & christmas cards), wallpaper/backgrounds (laptops, desktops, iPods, cell phones, screen savers), web designs (blog's, websites, widgets, backgrounds, headers, themes, icons, banners), advertisements (flyers, brochures, business cards), Scrapbooking, slideshows, Powerpoint presentations, CD covers, book covers or pages, zines, family news letters, invitations, stickers, magnets, calendars, mouse pads, mugs, collages, electronic templates, e-cards and most other creative ideas you can conjure up. Thanks again for visiting! -Dana



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