Friday, September 29, 2006

The Amazingly Talented Patricia Casillas ...

I want to introduce the work of the amazingly talented Patricia Casillas. My brother-in-law Ed introduced me to her work a few days ago and I was so impressed at her talent. More amazing is that she is self-taught and has only done this as a hobby. She is eager to test the waters of animation or any other arts industry where she can expand her skills. She doesn't have a blog or website just yet, but definitely wanted to show her works and share it with my brethren. Tell me what you think. I feel she's got the skills to be a great illustrator or visual development artist. Any and all comments will be most appreciated. You can either comment here or at email her at calimanincreible@aol.com. Also, anyone wanting to know more about her work or availability, definitely let her know, she'll definitely appreciate it. I truly look forward to seeing more of her work.





5 comments:

intergalactic said...

Hello Patricia, looks like you're off to a great start!

Best of luck to you in your art.

Be blessed in the Lord.

...i

Bobby Chiu said...

Self taught?! That's incredible...
Patricia definitely has a future in art

Maly Siri said...

quite classical for the moment but for a self taught person, i say yes!! you have something to do in illustration or comic books, I wish you the best, patricia!

Jose said...

great work for being self taught! Wish i had those skills when i was starting out. Looks like you're going to have a great future in art

Jedulous said...

Yeah way! It always amazes me, when i really think about it, how much of my ability is learned through formal education, or at least a lot of blog browsing. Patricia, if you're interested in making a career out of this, it'll take a lot of work to get that raw talent into something marketable. If you just want to keep it up on the side, well, it looks like you're thoroughally enjoying your subject matter. That's great. I really enjoy the way you personally express your faith through these drawings. It's refreshing, really.

jed