To keep things as brief as I can I make my own paints using at times rare pigments that are no longer made. Most of the vehicles/binders for my pigments are waterborne and solventborne resins like acrylics, polyurethanes, ethyl carbonates, and polycarbonates. I use a lot of clear coats to protect the paintings and in between the layers of paint, which gives the illusion of depth and also changes in different light angles. Photography or print making cannot do justice to the originals, making them impossible to reproduce. I also like to do scratch board art; which if you are not familiar with is basically having a white ground covered over with black, and then scratching off the black to reveal the light from the white ground; which means that you are working with light instead of dark. And finally the tools I use are brushes, spray guns, airbrushes, and cutting tools. The work in the end not only has to beautiful but it must be permanent and stand the test of time.
Also I make custom Stand-Up Paddle Boards and Paddles if you are interested.
I know that Artbreak gives you a lot of choices to choose from and I thank you for taking the time to view my art.