I am Superman.
No, seriously, it's funny. I just found out recently that there are many similarities between Clark Kent (Superman) and I.
Who knows? Maybe my destiny is to become...Superman?
Basically I draw with Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1...which is most likely not the best choice for professional drawing, but since I am not a professional(and never really was taught as well), please bear with me!
"Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you." - Matthew 7:7
--------------------------- About Me ---------------------------Name
: 182 cmOccupation
: University student majoring Political ScienceArt Style
: As you can see my artworks, I could say I am kind of confident when it comes to pencilling. So to some extent, I am a Traditional Artist, but I like working on my artworks with my cheap app on my tablet, so I am basically a Digital Artist. I also like to work on some short stories as well, so I could say Literature is also my thing, kind of.The tools I use
: Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, Autodesk Sketchbook Pro & Gimp 2.8Interests
: Politics, Theology, Philosophy, History, the World Issues, Literature, Arts, Cars, Figures, Games and Ladies Dream
: To be a professional artist. But not just a professional one, but the one on the legendary level (<- cocky) The languages I can speak
: Old Japanese, Japanese, Modern Korean and EnglishThings I want to learn
Adobe Photoshop: As it is the industry standard tool, I must know how to use this fully if I wish to even be a professional graphic artist. The Artists I Admire
Jim Lee: Without a doubt, this living legend gets on my list. This Korean-American man is like an ultimate penciller in the American comics industry, and I have to say, he is just amazing. 2.
Alex Ross: Hyperrealism is his stuff and his artworks always just blow me away. And he seems to be a good story writer, too to some extent. 3.
Frank Miller: His artworks are not something that is out of this world, but very easy to look at. At the same time, this guy really knows how to write stories.4.
Hyung-Tae Kim: Most likely the greatest Korean artist I have ever known. The way he draws female characters is just mind blowing and I really like the style he possesses. Absolutely amazing.5.
Akira Toriyama: Honestly, who would not like this guy? The man who created Dragonball? Even to this day, his artworks that were drawn back in the 90's still look extremely impressive. Great man.6.
Yoshitaka Amano: The face of early Final Fantasy series. He has his own art style and all I can say is he is a real artistic genius.7.
Kenneth Rocafort: His artworks are just simply mad. I am basically a huge fan.DC or Marvel?
: Without a doubt, DC.Favorite Superhero
: Superman, the Man of Steel, the Man of TomorrowSuperman or Batman?
: I like Batman a lot. But really, Superman is always my choice, period.