John DiBiase has been drawing for as long as he can remember, but he became more serious about drawing realistic work upon seeing Mark “Crash” McCreery’s work for the film “Jurassic Park” in 1993. John proceeded to work on his craft through high school (even securing first place in his school’s art show) and majored in Ad/Design in college. After graduating, life and a full-time job put drawing almost entirely on the backburner, but a trip to an art supplies store years later rekindled the inspiration to pick up the pencil again. And like any ambitious musician attempting to get better at their instrument of choice, John has dedicated himself to putting time into drawing on a daily basis ever since. Today, John specializes in freehand pencil portraits (color and graphite) with the goal of getting more photorealistic with each one. You can find images of his work in various stages of completion on his social media channels, and even purchase his original work and prints of them in his Etsy shop at www.JohnDiBiaseArt.com.
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