Month: November 2020

Dystopia Is Now

Imagine a world where your life is at stake each time someone is less than two meters near you. Masks are mandatory for death not to happen. You are dangerous to the […]

From Civil Servant To Small Businessman

Am I capable of making the jump? Do I have what it takes to measure the risks and prepare myself for the great change? Is this a leap of faith, an entrapment […]

Julia

This piece is about murder. A woman with a hammer climbs the wall of a gated community during the night with the sole purpose of blowing a man’s skull. She then comes […]

Politics And Pandemic

People are dying. Small businesses are closing. Riots are emerging. Labs are racing. Multinationals keep on playing. Politicians keep on gambling. I know nothing of finance, which might the reason for being […]

Commissioned Articles

Today I sent emails to a few brands of art materials proposing to write articles about their products in this blog. Will they answer me? Will they answer yes? I believe my […]

Fish Out Of Water

It’s official – I’m a weirdo. In one of my efforts to make money online I decided to apply to answer surveys. The procedure requires the completion of an extended profile in […]

Shapes

Drawing shapes by themselves, without deliberate connection to objects nor concepts is new territory to me. The drawing above can resemble several things or absolutely nothing. It was made to be used […]

This Drawing Thing

As in every other activity, each illustrator has his own ways of making things. I often regret of my lack of proficiency outside the style I feel comfortable with. One thing I […]

Half Page Inking Done!

How blots of black make all the difference! To my eyes, character and settings pop up, alive, instead of laying in dull flatness. The clumsy world in my head is coming into […]

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