Reynoldo

Reynoldo

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Hello fellow art lovers welcome to my artistic endeavers which began at a very early age. It seems I was born with a pencil in my hand, and an all cosuming desire to draw. As Mom, and Dad were used to going out before I came along they continued doing so after I was born. Naturally I didn't like them leaving me home with gradmom, and grandpop. So I would carry on, and such, then my dad would go out for some candy, or ice cream, and buy me a couple of Comic Books. Oh I loved the fantastic figures of Superman, Wonder Woman, the Flash etc. The colors were facinating to me, the poses, and action figures. I would mostly look at them, not yet learning to read. I would take my little drawing pad, and pencil. I'd try to draw the figures that were so wonderful, so fantastic. Later on I'd try crayons, pen, and ink, then oil paints, and pastels. I got tired of just copying other artists creations. So I started creating my own visions, looking at an empty page, not knowing what to create. Once the pen, brush or pencil touched the page something would always start to take shape, and begin to become something. Then I became facinated with digital works on the computer. I bought a cheap program which allows to use digital tools, with different colors on the screen I can use the warp brush, and other tools to manipulate the colors into any shape you desire. The art seems to create itself, many times I have no idea what a piece will turn out to be? As I keep moving colors, they start to become what they want to be, and I'm amazed as they show themselves. Whatever I do in art is determined by something I have no control over as it comes, and goes. When Into the creative Spirit it's all consuming, but if I finally stop after a couple of weeks, or a month or so, it leaves me. Then if I decide soon after to start again it's gone, and I can't create anything, and must wait until it comes back again. which could take weeks, and sometmes months? So fellow art lovers I hope this gives you a little insight into my art, and how I hope you like, and enjoy what my artistic muse lets me create.




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