In junior high, I found my dad’s copy of Andrew Loomis’s “Figure Study for all it’s Worth.” From there, I began doing figure study, trying to create scenes from the fantasy books I was reading. My high school art teachers focused on copying rather than art fundamentals, so I learned from DeviantArt and Youtube. I went to school for music, completing a BA in Music Performance in 2015. Art was always a way to escape. Currently, I work at Painting with a Twist. My interests include narrative illustration and mental health. I work in digital, oils, acrylics and a variety of other traditional mediums.
With patchy robes and concealing spells, no one would guess a small town’s hermit, Drexel, to be the most powerful wizard who destroyed a large part of Resultum 23 years ago. Instead, he’s more of a boogie man in Northwick. So he is surprised to meet Mira, a young woman who stubbornly wants to be his apprentice. He is more surprised to met Archimedes, a fortune teller with an easy, charming smile and a gift for seeing people. Will Drexel find healing and hope?
Characters from roleplays like Dungeons and Dragons, older stories, and other art pieces.