Have you ever experienced burn out or creative block and wanted to quit drawing? If yes, how did manage to overcome this?
I never thought of quitting drawing. However, there are times when I am less motivated, but when I stand in front of the model, I naturally feel like drawing.
Some of your works are finished, with all the shadows and some looks, like you have left them halfway, some just line art. Can you elaborate on why?
It is an imperfect beauty, as can be seen in Rodin’s sculpture. When everything is completely drawn, it may not be interesting. Also, the omitted parts stimulate the imagination of the viewer.
I consider figure drawing and to be honest, every form of art, a combination of theory and practice. From your perspective, what is more important?
No theory alone, no simple repetitive practice. I think it is important to repeat the practice while thinking and trial-and-error based on the theory.
Do you work with model every time, when you draw?
The work posted on Instagram is made with the model. Sometimes I draw based on photographs, but after all, it is better to make with a model.