Hey guys, Sabrina here. I'm a sketch artist by birth, but a few years ago I stopped sketching and started writing. I wrote my first book, published it, then took it down because I realized too late that it wasn't ready. So, I'm working on fixing the book while I refresh my art skills.
My dream is to become a bestselling author, a successful artist/illustrator/digital artist, and social media marketer.
I'll be starting Full Sail University soon for a BA in Media Communications. Then I'll probably go for Digital art, Creative Writing, and/or Illustration.
I love art, so so much. I can still hear my mother telling me to take the art classes in school instead of going into band. Haha. I should have listened.
I love watching speed painting videos and tutorials on techniques for art and painting/photo editing on Photoshop. I want to learn everything, and I mean EVERYTHING! So right here and now, I'm letting you guys know that you can give me tips/tricks/advice on how I can better my art pieces. I'm not giving you permission to crush my soul and confidence, but constructive positive feedback is always appreciated.
I'm also on here to make some artist friends, so try not to be an jerk.
My level of skill: intermediate (I think)
Digital work: Adobe Photoshop CS6, Adobe Illustrator CS6, Corel Painter 2015, Wacom Intuos Pen & Touch (small)
Sketching: regular pencils, Kimberly graphite drawing kit, Strathmore Sketch paper, Master's Touch Sketch (preferred), copier paper
Calligraphy: dip pen (Walmart cheap), black india ink (Walmart cheap)