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DATE: 10th Sep 2012 14:50 PM GMT
LOCATION: Morley College, computer room
MEDIUM: Digital artwork, drawn with the mouse using Windows MS Paint program.

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female head, female, head

NAME: Paul Ramnora
AGE: 49
LOCATION: UK/London (born/brought up/living)
INTERESTS: General Art(s), General Computing/Programming, General Education/-etc.
LEARNING DISABLITIES: ADD/Attention Deficit Disorder, AS/Aspergers Syndrome
NOTE: I’m mostly a self-taught artist. I like all arts: drawing/painting/sculpting/origami/writing/-etc.

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  • Norma-jean Morrison
    Norma-jean Mor...almost 2 years ago

    Paul, just excellent

  • Thanks! ;-) I’m having hell working with the ‘new’ Windows 7 version of MS Paint program; which is my fav. program to do mouse drawing with.

    However, whenever I go along to visit Morley College, which is once a week; where I’m currently doing a web design course called, HTML & CSS Level I; some of these college computers are are still running the Windows XP operating system with an older version of MS Paint…which I actually much preferred using; and, frankly, when I get on that machine…it’s very difficult indeed to drag me off it, again.

    In fact, just last week the librarian walked up to me to complain that I was hogging the computer, and, not letting other students have a chance to go and study; you are only allowed to book a computer for up to 1 & 1/2 hours long; and, I stayed on there for, at least, 3 to 4 hours straight; constantly practising doing endless drawings.

    I’m even thinking of going and buying a ‘cheap’ old XP computer, instead; just so that I can use that to practice doing drawings here at home; because I really miss using the ‘old’ version of MS Paint where I used to practice drawing all day/night long on.

    This ‘newer’ version of MS Paint honestly doesn’t appeal to me at all, I’m afraid. I will only stay and play with it for no more than merely a few minutes; when I’ve already decided I’ve truly had quite enough; because I really can’t stand using it…! That’s the real reason why you don’t see me uploading far too many digital drawings, anymore; when before I would do digital drawings absolutely non-stop.

    – paulramnora

  • Karen Gingell
    Karen Gingellalmost 2 years ago

    like the broken lines -nice

  • Thanks! ;-) I love to draw very freely, indeed; as well as, having ADD/Attention Deficit Disorder…leading to a very short attention span…therefore, I often feel it’s necessary to get it the drawing over and done with as fast as possible…meaning, usually, seconds/or, up to no more than merely a few minutes…for me this is what makes drawing truly FUN. ;-) Otherwise, I find drawing to be an awfully ‘serious’, and, difficult extremely lengthy affair…going on and on and on…which eventually leaves me feeling so totally frustrated…that I only wish to quit.

    – paulramnora

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