I was always drawing when I was a kid, but my uncles old cameras at my Grandmothers house always fascinated me. They didn't have film, but I didn't care. It was fun. I got my first "one-time-use"-camera from my Grandparent's when I turned 8 and I have no idea about how many cameras I've used since. (I think I made my mom crazy when I used so many cameras just taking pictures of my rabbits).
I started drawing when I was 2, before I could walk, according to my mom. I remember as a kid I drew lots and lots of comics, about how goldfish became goldfish, an adventure about a main character being kidnapped and shrinking to tiny size, wandering off into alternate dimensions, space stories,.. I don't have them anymore (in fact almost all of my art I made before I was 11 are gone ) but I still recall the storyline of one of them, haha it's so freaking creative. I'm thinking of drawing it again. Also here's a random pic I did when I was 4. I'm really proud of it, cause it's a drawing where stuff are happening, not random people standing and smiling, unlike a lot of people do at that age. c:
Well, my very, VERY first art back in kindergarten, if it counts, was a typical fingerpainting. My first real art was a random abstract drawing back in freshman year of high school, when I uncovered a hidden talent in that field when just doodling outta boredom one day.
rustyironmongerFeatured By OwnerDec 29, 2012Hobbyist General Artist
The first photography from me that could be called artistic started in 2004 or 2005, and was shot in an architectural salvage yard & two run-down towing yards full of mainly 1940s-70s American cars & trucks. The files are pretty much lost for good unless a friend of mine can either find the Olympus xD cards they were on or another can find the copies of the pictures on his old computer.
My writing started in 2002 and was loaded with Mary Sues and self-insert situations, until I switched to poetry/prose in 2011.
my 1st drawing that I remember was when I was in kindergarden, probably 4 years old because I remember that my classmates use to love my drawings so much that they will buy them from me xD i made a good business: approximately I would sell three drawings per week. I use to sell them for one peso (mexican money. at that time one peso was about 10 USA cents) it sounds like a small amount of money but it was enough for me to buy my sweets and candies xD
I've been drawing since I was really little, and the only things I drew for the longest time were ladybugs and gumball machines. Then when I was about four or five, I used to draw Link all the time. I'm getting better all the time though, and I'm waaay better now that I'm so much older haha.