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1. Tell me about something you liked as a child.

 Throughout my childhood, my fascination with knights and the Middle Ages knew no bounds. Regular visits to England with my family became treasured opportunities to explore ancient castles and ruins, immersing ourselves in the rich history. My toy collection was dominated by armored knights, which inspired countless imaginative adventures. As a young artist, I often put my vivid imagination to paper, sketching expansive battle scenes filled with mighty armies and fire-spitting dragons. It was a truly magical time.

2. Who is your favorite writer? (Art, books, games, etc.)

 While not a conventional writer, he is a Mangaka - an artist in the domain of manga creation. Kentaro Miura, the genius behind the famous manga "Berserk," is my most admired creative influence thus far. Unfortunately, he has passed away recently. Miura's exceptional artistic skills were identified by an unparalleled expressiveness and profound impact. His panels were expertly crafted, decorated with intricate details that breathed life into his creations.

3. What was your personal motivation to work on art?

 I can't pinpoint the exact reason why I delved into the world of art; all I can articulate is the compelling feeling that propels me. From my earliest memories as a child, encountering various forms of art instilled in me an irresistible urge to create my own interpretations. Beginning with cartoons and comic books, I consumed these mediums and promptly embarked on crafting my own stories. As I started reading fantasy books, I felt the urge to create characters and whole new worlds.I always had a passion for bringing my imagination to life. At 18, I decided to study Architecture as a means of expressing my artistic and technical skills. Yet, I still craved a creative outlet for my "chaotic" side. In 2015, I made a little account to share my art and give my one-of-a-kind expression a place to shine. And that's how we ended up here today.

4. What is the important part you would like to talk about through art work?

The importance of my artistic journey lies not in one particular aspect but in the many facets it encompasses. My aim is to experiment with myself and improve my ability to express my thoughts. Unlike photography, where one captures external moments, my pursuit is to identify and materialize thoughts and moments within my own mind. This lifelong fascination with translating the images in my mind into tangible expressions continues to be a driving force in my creative endeavors.

5. Tell us about your worldview to understand your work, and what methodology do you use to capture it in your art?
 I don‘t have a fixed worldview, as my perspective evolves with constant learning and exposure to new experiences. Nevertheless, I am fascinated by the concept of transforming imaginative ideas into reality and enjoy the entire journey from initial sketches to the final outcome.


6. Why did you start NFT ART?
 It's quite straightforward. Upon commencing my studies in Architecture in 2015, I acquired proficiency in using digital tools. Consequently, my artistic expression also transitioned into the digital realm. The NFT space, primarily centered around digital art, captivated my interest and drew me into its orbit. 

7. What is the most memorable moment while doing NFT ART?  

 One of the most unforgettable moments in my journey as a digital artist has to be the release of my Meme Card. All 500 editions sold out within a mere 47 seconds. The overwhelming response left me filled with gratitude. I distinctly recall standing before the screen alongside my girlfriend, witnessing the rapid disappearance of all the editions. The influx of messages, both congratulatory and expressing regret from those who were seconds too late to secure an edition, made it a truly memorable experience.

8. What do you think is the role of an artist today?

 This perspective is deeply personal, but in my view, the role of a great artist is characterized by an unyielding creative passion and a perpetual quest for experimentation and evolution in their work. The essence of being an artist lies in the pursuit of manifesting one's imagination into tangible form. The process of realization, of bringing ideas to life, demands a profound level of skill and craftsmanship, regardless of the chosen medium. While some artists may possess innate talent, the mastery of this craft often necessitates dedicated study and learning. Becoming a proficient artist is a journey that can span years, if not a lifetime, of relentless practice and refinement. My own aspiration is to one day attain mastery in this pursuit, recognizing that it is a path paved with continuous learning and growth.
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