When did you travel into the artistic world ??
I‘m not sure if you can call this an artistic world, but I started drawing since I was a small kid. I never practiced drawing intensively in my freetime during school but I was always passionated about it in art lessons anyway. In 2006 I‘ve found the computer as my medium to create digital art. Back then, I was active in different forums and was often attracted to the fanart threads and inspired by the community members I started creating simple banners, small user pictures and fan wallpapers. After a while it got a bit boring because I wanted more than only creating fanart, so I looked for artistic communities and discovered deviantart.com where I found amazing artists who were a real inspiration to start creating my own artwork. Deviantart never failed to inspire me until today.
What is your plans for the future??
I want to finish my studies and then I‘ll see. I hope to get more commissions for book covers or any other kind and constantly get new commissions.
Name 3 people that has been your inspiration?
Jarek Kubicki, Marcela Bolívar, Nina Y.
Tell us about your artwork – What thoughts you have when you work?
Most of my artwork I make develop from my emotions that become pictures in my mind. Some pieces I plan before I start working, some or many pieces also develop further when I‘m in the flow of the working process and are not planned from scratch. I think it‘s good to just let you go and become creative in a piece. But there are also concept works and pieces inspired by lyrics or poems.
How often do you make your art?
I can‘t say how often but I do it when I have time and when I‘m inspired. Sometimes I do one piece in a couple of months, sometimes I can do more. I wished I had more time.
Did you exhibit your work somewhere?
What is your biggest dream ?
To live happy with the ones I love and be able to live from what I love to do.