drawingswithoutpeople said: I am a fan of your surrealistic work. Absolutely brilliant, some of them make me want to stare at them for hours. Have you considered animating these surrealistic works, like the one of the people with a single eye? They could take the imagination to another level. Thanks a ton for such illustrations, they inspire me to write more! :)

Oh, thank you. Actually, this is what i’m working on right now. It takes time though.

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masha-tace:

I FUCKING LOVE

masha-tace:

I FUCKING LOVE

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Shot

Shot

zenman1550 said: Are you the ocean...or the waves?

I am the bottom

Look (animated)

Look (animated)

satpreet said: Hey! First off, I love your work. The darker work with the fine lines is particularly beautiful. After going through much of your archive, I've noticed that the women you draw are almost exclusively nude, while the men are not. Is this intentional? If so, what is the intention? Thanks!

There’s a well known rule: put a naked female body in your so-called art and you will have some appreciation surely. 

Generally speaking, I’m a bit confused. I do remember a couple of men in my works, oh wait, no, there were three of them. They had no eyes and, umm, they were naked.  Oh, look, there’s another naked man of mine. 

Oh, wait. I guess I understand. I have personal artworks, and commissioned illustrations. Commissioned artworks are different. I didn’t had any newspaper nor magazine as a client with an idea to put a naked interviewer next to the text. Pity. 

As for nakedness in my artworks, clothes adds an extra sense in the story. It’s like coffee. When it’s black – it’s coffee. Add some milk, and you’ll get coffee with milk, not coffee.