I believe there is a small, passionate artist within all us, who’s dying to “go out” and create. For some people, this small zealous fellow is buried deep beneath already established patterns of behaviour and morals, daily routines, boring job, or simply for the sake of survival. Others simply ignore their creative self…Read more
Since I remember myself being an artist, great zest and respect to nature have been underlying every artwork I’ve done and every art collaboration I had been part of. To put it short – DAZZLED by Mother Nature’s beauty in any way! …Read more
During these hard times of pandemic and social isolation, where people do not just strive to save their lives, but also their souls, I would love to make you smile by presenting an inspiring lady and a dear friend of mine…Read more
When I’ve recently shared with a friend of mine that I prefer to initially sketch on paper and then master it digitally, he exclaimed: “Old-school, eh? Very cool!” It made me wonder if drawing on paper is an old-fashioned technique?
To me, there is no digital algorithm that’s able to replicate the uniqueness of the irregular graphite line placed on the porous, fuzzy paper, creating a unique line. I’d call it a perfect imperfection, which grants genuine authenticity…