My name is Natasha Farnsworth, your typical “starving artist”, and I absolutely love what I do. I was born and raised in Arizona and growing up, I wasn’t always sure what I wanted to do with my life. I was just the classic teenager getting into mischief. In my senior year of high school, I ,unfortunately (yet fortunately), got grounded for the entire school year. That’s right. Straight home from school, no phone, no social media, no hanging out with friends, I felt like my senior year was completely ruined. I quickly found an outlet to my boredom. Something I really enjoyed doing and something I soon found out I was good at – drawing. I began sketching out little drawings with a simple pen and pad of paper. I would often draw things that were more familiar to me; cartoons, characters from T.V. shows, movies, etc. That was just the beginning.


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Now, two years later, I’m a self-taught artist and I get to paint and draw every single day. I wouldn’t want anything different. To this day, I’m still inspired to draw and paint my favorite cartoon and T.V. characters. I take custom orders and take the simple ideas from my customers and let my mind do everything else. So aside from doing orders ninety-nine percent of the time, I like to take “breaks”.

My breaks consist of spending time with my girlfriend and painting “optical illusion” type paintings on her body. These little paint sessions are a fun alternative and challenge at staying focused on my art, yet having a nice and relaxing time with the love of my life. The medium I use to create the body artwork is acrylic paint. It is fairly easy to use other than the fact that it dries pretty fast.

I am always inspired by different artists that I admire and long to find my own flair. Until then, I will continue on my art journey and hopefully touch people with my works of art, whether it be on canvas or my girlfriends body.

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I love spending time with my girlfriend and painting “optical illusion” type paintings on her body

This painting was inspired by German street artist, 1010.

These little paint sessions are a fun alternative and challenge at staying focused on my art

At the same time, I have a nice and relaxing time with the love of my life

It all started in my senior year of high school

I, unfortunately (yet fortunately), got grounded for the entire school year

I quickly found an outlet to my boredom. Something I really enjoyed doing and something I soon found out I was good at – drawing

Now, two years later, I’m a self-taught artist and I get to paint and draw every single day