Most of my artwork is in the field of photo manipulation with Adobe Photoshop. For over six years now, I have had incredible fun turning ordinary images into surreal collages for online competitions, photo pranks, or simply my own amusement.
I also use Photoshop and Illustrator for more professional projects, of course, which you may preview here. I offer services in most areas of graphic design, including website templates, logos, business cards, book covers, posters, and photo retouching, so if you're in need of anything along those lines, I'd love for you to drop me a line.
All this (and sometimes more) can be found on my deviantART page.
Some of these artworks can be purchased on T-shirts and phone cases through my Society6 store.
(Click on any photo to enlarge it, then use the buttons to scroll through the others,
or click the play button to start a slideshow.)
Before I learned Photoshop, my main art program was Macromedia Flash. Thus, as well as drawing, I dabbled in animation.
February 2009: A cartoon book trailer I made for my mother's diet book.
March 2008: This one requires some explaining. Ever since I was 10, I was very eager about making a website of my own where I could showcase my guides for video games (something I loved to write as a kid). Learning web design via Internet tutorials, I began work on Gamemastertips.com, which, ironically, has now turned into a game of my own.
So, when I was 12 and still working on my site for game guides, I tried my hand at making an animated page banner featuring a cartoon guy who, as I recently noticed, looks somewhat like David Tennant. Here are two unfinished animations that were to be used for the banner: "Posing" (wait for the guy to come closer, then keep clicking on him until the sequence is over) and "Pacman."