Considering that I'm an art major, I probably need to be an artist of some sort. I can paint in any medium, draw, but I need to become better with spraypaint. I'm focusing on photography right now. Photoshop is God.
I wish I could draw or paint. My father has his one of his Masters and his Bachelor's degrees in Art and Design. My daughters can all draw beautifully. My husband does these beautiful pictures from carved wood.
I've done a lot of photography. I used to process my own B&W film and develop my own prints. We still have an enlarger in our attic, along with all the chemical bottles etc.
I don't have a lot of ability to draw, it used to drive my father crazy since he could draw since he was a toddler and couldn't figure out why I couldn't. I somehow got musical ability, though. I did some performance type art in college, but it wasn't drawing or really paining. More like making weird signs and making "body outlines" all over campus with with masking tape and incoherent toe tags.
It would be nice to be able to draw. My children and husband and father's ability to make art always amazes me. It's a gift. I admire all of you who know where to put the lines and it looks so great, how to mix colors, how to shade and all that great stuff.
I've been drawing for about 6-8 years, and I use a wide variety of mediums. I do not sell any of my art, it is mainly for a hobby, though I would love to go into the arts as a career. I have two pages of my works.
I don't often consider myself to be an artist, but I do paint and sketch.
I mainly work with acrylics, because I feel that they work best with my more playful style of painting.
I do have an ancient set of oil paints, but I hardly ever use them.
I mostly done painting in High School. As of right now, on the side I draw my own stuff, and I can also design/sew costumes, and work on making props for cosplaying and such. Its still a form of art and creativity. Pretty much my art classes in High School had really paid off well.
I've been slowly learning to draw in a certain style for several years, incorporating elements from other artists that I like as I go. I only draw when the mood strikes me or when I find some sort of inspiration, so I consider it to be a hobby of mine. I bought a graphics tablet not too long ago, so I use that most often.