My Dogs

  • Happily presenting you my dogs - pieces, that have helped me to go through the recent period of my life, which is usually called a creative block, but I prefer to call it a period of new possibilities. 

    When I've started the series,I felt a bit awkward about my skill after a long break in my personal creative work. That way, clumsy and lovely bulldog was a logical start. After warming up on this piece, I've decided that my technical skill needs more disciplined approach.This had an impact on my next drawing - German shepherd. The more I worked, the more energy and will was generated - like a vigorous pit bull terrier, which is the character of the third piece. Eventually I've reached this state of internal freedom I was longing for, just like an Alaskan malamute, which values vastness of forests more, than comfort of the doghouse. After reaching the new creative freedom and broadening my perspective, I felt happy. So I've dedicated the last piece to an active and cheerful German boxer.

    I wish you all to search and find your way. I think this is not only the greatest joy, but also a huge responsibility to yourself! 

    P.S. One of the drawings is a portrait of my dog I used to have back in time. 
  • English Bulldog
  • German Shepherd
  • American Pit Bull Terrier
  • Alaskan Malamute
  • German Boxer
  • WIPs
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