I felt like having a short introduction journal and I really should mention the clubs i'm in somewhere, so here it goes.
I've been drawing since I was a little child. Even on walls of my room; my mother saw it as a bad idea though, so my wall-painting career was harshly stopped.
I started drawing "seriously" in 2005, when I was shown
's page with pencil-drawn portraits. I was watching the page for several hours that day; I was really really impressed and I knew that it's something I want to try. There was a forum too, so I joined and found many talented, kind and helpful people around there, too. I joined DA some time later.
I don't post drawings very often; I draw only sparsely in last few years, as you may have noticed. It's the way I relax: I pick something to draw, think about it, try few sketches of it sometimes, draw contours, add some shading and so on - spread this over a few weeks, because I tend to draw only for a couple of hours per week, and you got the image.
As for other hobbies: I study informatics, so I mess with computers a lot. I love riding a bike (great for stress relieving) and ice skating. I read a lot, both because I like to (James Rollins and Robin Cook + some historical books lately) and I have to (comp. related stuff, as you might guess). I also build a couple of paper models per year; it's exciting to form a flat sheet of paper to some three dimensional object (at least for me it is! paper is such a great inveniton
Clubs I'm in:
club of artists from my homeland! Thank you guys for managing this one for us.
I'm a pencil portrait junkie, that's it.