I met little Brittney Carter nine years ago when I moved into an apartment attached to the back of my job in Lee Summit, MO. I can’t believe it’s been nine years!! Brittney was one of the first people to reach out & befriend me. (Even though Scot worked there as well haha). Our mutual love for all dogs made us realize pretty quickly that we would be getting along just fine. Not only does Brittney love all dogs, she is the most selfless person. She is always helping others without complaint! I am so excited for y’all to get to know her! But first, here’s a couple of classic Brittney + Jessica throwbacks…
Funny story-that Royal’s snuggie that I’m wearing, Brittney dove into a box at Kauffman stadium to get it for me 🙂 it’s the whole reason I wanted to go to the game to begin with! Also, that same night is the first night Scot & I hung out. Ah memories. Now let’s let you get to know the amazing artist/person Brittney is!
How would you describe your art?
I would describe my art as an experiment. I like to experiment with new things and different techniques with my artwork. I really don’t think I would put myself in a category I just draw what I see.
What made you want to be an artist?
It’s always been a passion of mine since I was younger. I just liked to draw things and draw fashion sketches.
What is your favorite part of making a new piece?
Probably seeing my growth with each piece I do and doing something I’ve never done before and it actually looking better than what I thought it would.
What advice would you give to other aspiring artists?
Don’t ever compare yourself to another artist. I would do this a lot and feel like I would never be that good but you don’t know how long they’ve been working on their skills. You just got to do what works for you and what you enjoy and work on that skill till you get better and better. PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE!!! Stay true to yourself.
What are some of your goals for your art?
To get my people drawings to look real and to keep working on trying to figure out the human anatomy of the face.
How important is it to you to make your voice heard through your art?
Very important it’s apart of who I am, and it shows your confidence and weakness all at the same time.
What would you say you are the most proud of so far when it comes to your work?
To see my growth in my work in such a short time.
Where can people keep up with you?
Facebook : Brittney FUWC Carter
Facebook Page : Better Unnoticed
Instagram : Pradakill1
Do yourself a favor & keep up with Brittney! <3