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Ever since I could hold a pencil, from about the age of 4, I did what I believe most children of that age with a pencil do… scribble on walls.
By about age 6, having mastered colouring inside the lines, I quickly gained more ‘advanced’ skills and started creating my own lines to color in – mind you I am not talking Giotto here!
At around 9 years of age, there was a short few months where I had additional time away from school, and in that time, I was interested in using my mathematics grid exercise books and drawing unique coloured patterns within each square of the grid, and most times filling in entire pages. To this day, I am sure my parents still have one or two somewhere packed away, or so I hope.
By the time I got to high school, I was doodling within every page of every exercise book, paper or pad I had, whether it was biology, law, economics, politics, geometry, P.E. (yes we also took notes in P.E.) or music.
Caricatures of family and friends were a favorite for a while, then cloning Disney, Looney Tunes, or other popular cartoons, and always going back to logos, shapes and font doodles. To be honest, I find peace whenever I do draw, no matter what it is.
Sadly though, I never kept this passion of mine or never made anything of it. Originally, back in 2006, my intention was to create and sell logos on this site, but all I had was a silly logo of my initials and a coming soon message.
Now it’s time for me to put pen to, well, screen. I hope you enjoy my creations and feel free to send in your comments.