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I am Alex, Lex, Zander, whatever you like to call me, you could even call me Susan if it really made you happy. I hope someone out there gets the reference. I am 19 years old, next year I will be 21, it's quite a scary thought really...
I am currently studying Grahpics Design at Leeds college of art, currently in … Read More
I am Alex, Lex, Zander, whatever you like to call me, you could even call me Susan if it really made you happy. I hope someone out there gets the reference. I am 19 years old, next year I will be 21, it's quite a scary thought really...
I am currently studying Grahpics Design at Leeds college of art, currently in my second year, applied for University doing Animation and Visual Effects.
I like to think of myself as a multi-media artist, liking to use everything I can get my hands on, doesn't matter what it is, coal, oil, ink, pencils, photoshop, illustrator, anything, if it can make art I will give it a good go! Read Less
Well, my art can range from many things, digital vectors, illustrations, digital manipulations, digital imagery to your traditional techniques, pencil drawings, charcoal, oil pastles, paints, water colours but not all of it is very good.
I usually end up going with digital art because that is my strong point, it's… Read More
Well, my art can range from many things, digital vectors, illustrations, digital manipulations, digital imagery to your traditional techniques, pencil drawings, charcoal, oil pastles, paints, water colours but not all of it is very good.
I usually end up going with digital art because that is my strong point, it's what I know I can do, it's what I thoroughly enjoy doing and it makes me happy whilst doing it.
I usually work with photoshop, the layers, the effects, the entire movement all at your finger tips just makes sense, it's fluid and it's like drinking water for me.

When drawing people I usually end up drawing them all disportionate... Their arms are either too big for their head or their nose looks like it's mount Everest. Yeah, you get the point really, but, I enjoy doing it, it makes the characters funny and unique. The rules of art? Pah! Like they say, rules are there to be broken! Read Less
Member Since: Dec 10, 2012