it was technically pencil because since birth ive been holding a pencil haha...but the first medium i really explored was when i was about 7 or so years old when my older sister taught me how to use charcoal back then i hated it, now i find it fun
I said pencil, but if I think about it, most of the time I used coloured markers as a youngster. Painting is a new passion that I was reluctant to do, because I've got asthma, and some fumes can be harmful. Now I paint in the Garage during the summer. In winter I use sharpies. Most of my stuff nowadays is made with found or natural material, then photographed, that way I don't have to STORE it. Sure would be nice to SELL some stuff, like you do. I just have so much admiration for your fast and confident style. Your liberal use of paint and the texture it gives are really inspiring. I'd be LYING if I didn't say that I try to emulate your style....unsuccessfully of course. There is ONLY ONE Leonidafremov. Best argument for cloning I've EVER heard.
i think i first used crayons and stuff when i was a little child, but i actually started drawing with pencil.. so i put pencil. it wasn't until like.. 4 or 5 or 6 that i started carrying around a sketchbook and pencil with my little random drawings inside. 95% of the time it was pencil. as i grew up and went to school, i stuck with pencil. i didn't know much about art or anything else, i just liked to draw. honestly, it wasn't until senior year of highschool i started exploring with watercolor, acrylic, charcoal, etc