My name is Charles Sutton.
By day I am a mild mannered intellectual property attorney.
I have been making art for about 12 years, and out of that I have been learning digital media for about three.  I have mostly been interested in fine art, although I do all kinds of stuff ranging from minimalist abstractions to representational landscape and figurative drawings.  I have a couple of print illustrative publication credits and a large number of juried shows I have been in.  I am a former President of one non-profit art gallery and a former treasurer of another.  I am a current co-chair of the annual California State Bar Association Bench and Bar Art Exhibition.

I have a little bit of experience at making small icons and quite a bit of experience making what one might call webcomic type material to go along with the minimalist abstraction experience that might come in handy in the area of wall papers or screensavers.

I mostly work in the GIMP or traditional media, though I have Inkscape and Blender available to me as well as some proprietary stuff like TurboCAD, Photoshop Elements 3 and Painter Essentials.

I think that's about it in a nutshell.  I guess I can help some if esoteric legal issues come up like you recently seem to have discussed in the area of logos in wallpapers.

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