Thanks for taking the time to view my profile and artwork, your generosity and support really helps boost my confidence and encourages me to become a better artist and designer.
Hmm, something about me... Well, I'm very shy and quiet but with my artistic skills and creative mind, my artwork speaks much louder words than I can. Art has always been my passion as well as my confident booster. There have been times where I have underestimated myself and second-guessed my natural talent but when I tackle a challenge that's at hand, I amaze myself even more.
I was chosen the name Ant-artistik because I have a unique and personal style that makes me a versatile artist. As an artist, I like diversity. I like to incorporate different styles of art into my artwork because I want to test out my creativity; challenge thyself. I'm not afraid to try different things as this is all just a learning experience for me.
What inspires me to do art is seeing the undeniable truth that anything is possible if you just put your mind to it. My ultimate goal is simply to become better at developing my talent. I'll do whatever it takes.
I never been the type of person to compete with others because I strongly believe in being fair with others. I don't consider myself to be 1 of the best artists or even a professional because I still have so much to learn.
I've been doing art since I dipped my finger inside those paint cans and scribbled all over the canvas. I immediately took a strong interest into becoming an artist and throughout my experience, I've gained a few skill sets to further expand my creativity. If you compared my digital art skills and traditional art skills, you'd see a very huge difference between the two; my drawing skills are far better than my computer skills.
Am I intimidated by some of the artwork that's been posted onto this site? Not even the slightest bit. I feel inspired rather than intimidated. It all proves that there's no limit to what you can create, if one person can do it, so can you; all you have to do is push yourself.
I think the one style of art that I want to perfect is probably realism. I know I can do it, seeing that other artists have done it themselves, but it does require a lot of patience, experience and the necessary tools to execute it.
The one advice I can give to enthusiastic artists is to learn from your mistakes. It's there for a reason. It gives you the opportunity to correct them and before you know it, you'll make fewer mishaps in creating your artwork than you did before.
Another tip I can offer to beginning artists is to ALWAYS take breaks. Some artists will push themselves to race against the clock to see how quick they can finish a work of art, but it doesn't always work that way, trust me; you'll eventually 'crash and burn' if you work non-stop. This will help prevent you from getting artist block, which keeps you from finishing your artwork. Walk around the house, watch TV, get a snack, play a video game or whatever else you enjoy doing during your free time. It'll help maintain the pace.