While Rokas was here in Korea to visit me I was also managed to finally register as an artist for portrait drawing corner in Hongdae Saturday artist market. It was harder than hard boiled egg. Paper --> face, paper --> face, paper --> face... that's all you manage to see in those six hours. But before we started I drew a portrait for Rokas (evil me, haven't even given it to him yet) and it was like a blast for new conception of portraits, an idea to draw people together with their favourite animals or one of 12 Chinese year guardians.
How do ya do, old folks? Guess what? After 6 month break in Lithuania I am back in South Korea, particularly, back in Jeju city in Jeju island. Back to drawing commissions, portraits, wall murals and every other kind of stuff. I feel great overfilled with art related work here, even if I have to work 14 hours a day with no offs... but still It's GREAT!!! :DDD
So I work in a special place where you can not only drink beer, chat, order music to play out loud, but also - it's in the menu - in 20 minutes you can get a portrait of yours freshly baked right in front of your eyes.
And it's not some boring and tiresome "not moving" in front of the artist. You can enjoy yourself freely, chat with friends, submerge in your cellphone, smoke and drink - I will still be able to catch your looks on the paper ;)
My arts are a piece of my life.