iPad Pro 10.9 with Procreate
Paint Tool Sai and (sometimes) Photoshop for minor tweaks and editing.
Wacom Intuos Small
Canson XL Watercolor Paper and Maruman Watercolor sketch pads.
Reeves and Sakura Koi Watercolors
Royal and Langnickle ZEN brushes, with other misc. brushes.
Studio 71 Alcohol Markers (proffessional use)
Crayola Waterbased Markers (conceptual sketching and art)
Marshmellow Cardstock Paper.
Canson XL Mix Media Sketchbooks - because I can experiment with multiple supplies on a single book, and they're an amazing quality sketchbook for an affordable price.
If I'm feeling fancy, Pentallic and Rendr sketchbooks are amazing because they handle marker, gouche and other medias beautifully without transferring to the other page.
- Can you send me a high-res file so I can print your art myself?
- “Draw this for me please? Thank you!”
As much as I'd like to be able to provide my art for everyone, I can't. Artists have bills and needs just like any other profession.
I do take requests on rare occasion on my Instagram, but that's only for fun.
- Will you do some free art for me/my company? I'll promote you and give you exposure!
DO YOU TAKE COMMISSIONS AND ART TRADES?
Please refer to my Commission Page for commission status.
As for Art Trades, I enjoy doing art trades, but sadly I can't make them as often as I would like to. I tend to keep these for mutuals only, but if you'd like to engage in one with me, just ask!
WHAT SUPPLIES DO YOU USE?
ARE YOU SELF TAUGHT? DID YOU GO TO ART SCHOOL?
I've always loved drawing, it's truly been my biggest passion since I was a child. I was self taught until I took approximately 6 years of art workshops prior to entering one of the Fine Arts Schools of Puerto Rico (EEBA) where I graduated in 2015 with honors and a Minor Degree in Visual Arts.
I'm currently finishing my B.A. in Graphic Design in Atlantic University College in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico.