I have been nurturing and developing the gift of drawing on and off since I was a young boy. I was fascinated by my Brother Robert, who passed away when I was 13 years old. Before he left this world he always seemed to be drawing and doodling all the time. On magazines, newspapers, school binders & folders, etc. It was obvious that Robert was also blessed with many gifts. As the youngest brother I copied and mimicked many of my older Brother's behaviors, and actions, but just a few adapted to my own personality as it developed. Drawing seemed to naturally manifest in me, as it did in Brother Robert.
When I began to draw as a boy, my drawings weren't really of anything specific. Mostly fancy texts, and abstract things. Then I started to focus on just drawing eyes. I used to draw eyes on everything. Sometimes just pages and pages of them. Then I focused, and practiced diligently on human anatomy, and all the different muscles. I studied the sketched on pages & pages of the different muscle groups because I was into super hero comics, and I soon moved my focus to drawing my favorite comic heroes. During my teens a couple of the comic stores in the neighborhood I lived in started accumulating my pencil drawings of these comic heroes, and they hung them high on the wall behind the cash register. In my later teens I focused mainly on facial portraits (from the shoulders, up). In college my focus turned to Architecture, and more technical aspects of drawing. For years after that, I really didn't do much with my gift. I still had many life lessons to learn at that time. Personally, financially, and in business. God has prepared me for this point in time as He guided through the many trials and adversities over the years. All the ups, downs, and building in my faith were necessary before I could proceed on to the next chapter, so here it is.
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