Asking your suspicious restaurant visitor to ditch his coat and a hat may not be the best of ways to introduce him to the civilized demands of your fine establishment.
There under that unforgiving glare of an alley spotlight, the man stands torn of inner conflict that he brought into reality.
Creatures of the animal world, sketched and studied as means of improving my skill.
Exercise aimed at a better understanding of human facial structures and head shape.
The second duo of sketches is aimed at improving my drawing skills involved with drawing faces and expressions.
Phelix Roth as his anthropomorphic panther self, getting himself caught in hard light and featureless rooms.
A prior in the rough times of the great pestilence, using his blind faith to tend to those few who remain succumbing to the painful death.
The first bout of my sketches I deemed worthy of showcasing, all portraying natural phenomena in their full glory.
Vasily Livanov as Sherlock Holmes and Vitaly Solomin as Dr. Watson.
Within continuous efforts to improve my drawing and painting skills, one of the most challenging techniques, bar perspective drills, is traditional still life.