I have created this piece of art with continuous lines and my eyes closed without taking my pencil off the paper. Continuous Line drawing involves completing a sketch without lifting your pencil from the paper to create an image made entirely from one line. Drawing with your eyes closed may feel unnatural, but it's a great way to force you out of your comfort zone, prevent you from overthinking minor details, and get you enjoying the simple process of putting pencil to paper.
I love these art techniques.
My art is a form of expression and an extension of my personality. My creative mind never stops, and everything around me is an inspiration to my work, even the most minor and insignificant things in life. For me, art is becoming a source for searching, processing, and ultimately making peace with varied experiences. I am an incredibly visceral person, and in many ways, I put myself wholeheartedly into each artwork. I never focus on specific art styles and themes as I do not want to frame myself within a particular kind of technique and be more loyal to my feelings and imagination. I sometimes find the beauty in ugly things and transfer them into powerful and unique artwork. For the past 20 years, my work has almost always stayed rooted in a personal mash-up of feelings, moments, and things I pump from life. Although there may not always be theme similarities, they connect by the richness of imagination and perfectionistic details, and my philosophy is consistent. Each work consists of a range of different meanings, and ‘Communication’ with my audience is what I have in mind when I design. I never have hidden messages, and I love it when viewers express different emotional reactions and perceptions for each artwork of mine. It's a blessing to be able to design and be creative. It gives a sense of accomplishment, harmony, and relaxation.