Month: March 2015

Digital sketching versus traditional classical tools

    Few years ago, the idea of digital sketching ¬†would be preposterous for me .Trained as I was in the classical tradition, we were thought that there is nothing that can compare to the pure work of art based on the traditional tools. In many respects it is still true. There is nothing like …

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Human fragility

Sketching as I do in cafes around the World I mostly observe people in their lightly exited, animated state, expressing themselves verbally, smiling, typing on their laptops and talking to friends on smartphones. There is usually  small movements involved but not too much as to disrupt the process of sketching. This of course allows me …

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Sketching as an anchoring in space time

After three months in Budapest I am starting to feel a bit more settled specially after receiving my residency permit, valid for one year. Coming to Budapest after spending few months in Europe, is closing a circle in many respects. One circle is related to the fact of my birth in the region of the¬†Carpathian …

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