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D. L. Zimmerman draws unaffected but compelling computer portraits that may remind us of Modigliani's figures and faces, especially with their thin, elongated noses. He writes that he tends "to focus on the female form as both a metaphor of expression and natural form of wonder." He is married, has a "great bunch of animals," and drives "a big old Dodge Ram with running lights back and forth to my day job." He uses a mouse to draw and simple computer tools. He writes, "For me, I like low end products that just let me draw first and then play a little around the edges. Otherwise, the basic vision tends to get lost in all the digital choices."