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Well, Hello there!

I am a Native American Digital Artist and Graphic Designer with a big imagination! I have keen attention to detail and tend to believe in quality over quantity. I love to put a smile on my clients' faces because seeing that look of happiness tells me that I've done a good job.

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Who is Skylar Tumbleson?

Every artist has a story to tell, and every story is different. Born and raised in southern Minnesota, my creativity began to shine at a young age. Since then, my imagination continued to grow, using whatever I could get my hands on to make art. About halfway through primary school, I was diagnosed with ADHD and Autism. I feared these labels were going to prevent me from doing what I loved, but they turned out to be my firm foundation. Making art soon became a way to escape my reality, and atime went on, I developed a passion that would never fade away.

I started exploring traditional art when I was in high school. Not long after that I discovered digital art, and immediately fell in love with the concept. I've been an independent Digital Artist for over 10 years, starting with just my finger and a tiny phone screen. Now, I use an iPad and an Apple Pencil to make most of my art, primarily in the Procreate app, but I'm also quite familiar with Adobe Creative Cloud and the Google Cloud Platform as I have used them throughout my college career. Sometimes I teach other digital artists the basics of how to use different art software and I am always happy to provide that assistance for them. I love experimenting with colors and am eager to face new challenges with resilience and determination.

However, digital art isn’t the only medium I’m good at using. I have created sculptures of trees growing out of books, printed phoenix’s rising from the ashes, and created a bright red Polish flag using just a bedsheet and spray paint. As an artist, it is important to know how far your skills can currently take you and then use that information for self-improvement.

A friend once told me, "The style that you use is unique. It's unlike any other style I've seen before. It's not quite one specific style or another, it's a mixture of many! That's what makes it so eye-catching."

I hope you will take the time to look over what I have to offer!

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