Q:How did you get into art?
A: I have always been into art, since 1st grade when I would draw my own comic and would contribute drawings to the school newspaper. I was introduced to Photoshop in 10th grade and have been hooked ever since.
Q: What sorts of art do you like to create the most?
A: Personally, I like to just sit for hours on Photoshop free drawing just to see what I come up with, whether it be dark and scary or bright and funny.
Q: What was the most difficult art piece you created?
A: The most difficult piece of art I've ever created was my Stellar Graphics logo. Took me almost a combined 9 hours to get it looking the way I wanted.
Q: What is your favorite piece of art and why?
A: My favorite piece of art was done by an artist named Alex Grey. His work is so beautiful.
Q: When did you first discover your creative talents?
A: I first discovered my artistic ability around 1st or 2nd grade.
Q: How do you describe your style?
A: I do not have one particular style. It's a combination of whatever my brain can come up with.
Q: What is your advice for new artists?
A: My advice for new artists is to practice, practice, practice, and practice. Then when you are sick of practicing, practice some more. Keep your skills sharp and try to learn something new everyday about your art.
Q: What art do you most identify with?
A: I most identify myself with music. It elevates my mood and keeps my mind going to a progressive rhythm. Bands/artists like Tool, Buckethead, Meshuggah, or Pink Floyd keeps me thinking. This helps me artistically.
Q: What inspires you to create?
A: Pretty much anything. Certain shapes or colors. Sometimes it just comes to me.
Q: What super powers would you like to have and why?
A: None. I'd just like to be Batman. The Batman from 1989.
Below are some of Scott's favorite works - Click any of the images to begin slideshow.