Signature Graphix

Signature Graphix

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I am 30 year old FREELANCE graphic artist from Odessa, Texas. I have been into all forms of art since a very young age in my childhood. I started off sketching and drawing Characters from Mortal Kombat in elementary and gradually started introducing myself to painting and pottery. Art has always been my main focus and finding new intuitive ways to protect my craft has been my number one priority as a artist. Around middle school I was highly active in sports which put a halt on my creative skills and by high school I was back at it again now experimenting with graphic design software such as Photoshop and Corel. I eventually enrolled in the associates program for the Art institute old Pittsburgh in which I dropped out the first semester do to the non interesting factors of the assignment. One thing about myself as a artist is I quickly get bored and end up in search for more creative avenues to take and perfect. Since a child I was interested in animation and character design so I put this as my primary focus and eventually eneded up very satisfied with my improved talents. Drawing any and everything from Bugs Bunny to sketching out realistic photos of animals I quickly improved and set my eyes on the market of logo design for sports teams and local small businesses around the area. In 2012 I made the decision to further my career as a Freelance Artist by creating my very own graphic design business called "Signature Graphix" in which is still up and running now with my own personal website www.mysgxonline.com coming soon. I have a few along with a few social media outlets like Instagram and Facebook. I have met numerous clients within these years of running my own business and all have been very satisfied with my work. I have released several clothing ideas that I own like "Bag Hunterz" and "Rotten Apple". Also as of right now im perfecting my vision of conceptual designs of cars and futuristic invention patents. I will continue creating new ideas to catch the eyes of the future youth.



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