Forget that fancy Adobe Photoshop program, former St. Louis Cardinal Fernando Tatis has found a truly revolutionary way to produce digital art.
The former outfielder, who once hit two grand slams in one inning, recently discovered a program on his computer where he can create one-of-a-kind works of art.[tweet https://twitter.com/FernandoTatis17/statuses/331906544365101057 align=’center’]
Tatis has been shining his creative light on Twitter for a few days, sharing some of his artistic gems with the world.[tweet https://twitter.com/FernandoTatis17/statuses/331210298881110016 align=’center’] [tweet https://twitter.com/FernandoTatis17/statuses/331502718277545985 align=’center’] [tweet https://twitter.com/FernandoTatis17/statuses/331917542702600193 align=’center’]
In case anyone thinks Tatis may have taken a class or learned his skill from somewhere else, he cleared that up in a tweet, too.[tweet https://twitter.com/FernandoTatis17/statuses/331504259453558786 align=’center’]
You can’t teach this stuff, folks.
Photo via Twitter/@FernandoTatis17
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