Hello and thank you for visiting my DA.
I started to paint digitally in 2011. Since then I spent six years studying illustration on the University of West Bohemia. During that time I also worked in commercial and entertainment industry and I will continue to do so. I'm mostly interested in movies and video games. Even though I'm strongly critical towards modern AAA trends and I have some bold opinions, I still love to work in the field. I enjoy the creative process.
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Over the last few years, commission after commission I've slowly got to a stage where I just can't continue any more. I need to finish school too and it began to feel impossible. I want to use the time to improve. In the little spare time, I wan to paint something for myself and improve my life generally, while I still can. Therefore I'm putting any freelance activity at hold. For as long as I need to. Thank you for understanding.
Comfort zone might be something we can be stuck in very hard. Comfort zone is often look upon as something bad and something we should get rid of. But maybe there is actually no reason for it. Maybe its nothing to be ashamed of.
I actually think I'm stuck in my so called comfort zone pretty bad. I repeat bucolic topics with exactly the same type of men and women. When I make portraits. I always come out with kinda similar outcome, using the same technique over and over. Recently it struck me. Not only that its actually true, but also that I'm OK with it. I could not find anything bad about it dang it.
It is said there are three types of art