I actually live on the web. My real name, age, and nationality are not a big mystery, they are just not relevant.
The Drawing Hands Project was born August 2010. At that time, there were a few of my videos posted on YouTube and a few pictures on DeviantART. As the pictures and videos increased, I started to post them all over the Internet. The fans kept coming, which made me happy that my drawings were at last appreciated around the world! Now, my YouTube videos and pictures number more than 200.
I like drawing and painting, modeling and designing, either using traditional or digital media. I do not claim to be an artist; I am more a visual craftsman. I hold tradition in high esteem, I like to look at the great masters of the past, but I do not like to copy their works, and honestly maybe I just can’t do it. Indeed, I consider their lesson as a good starting point.
I like to take into consideration different perspectives, I am not afraid to change my mind and I respect people who do so, when they are honestly seeking for the truth.
I never focus on style or on mediums. I create my artworks with pencil on paper or using a tablet and a computer. I never strive to amaze the audience, but I try my best to do a good job (and nevertheless I am never completely satisfied). I concentrate myself on what I have to say and then I try to use the best words I can. I use graphite on common paper: in my opinion, even very humble means can convey great messages.
Whether I will succeed in that or not, time will say. After all, what is important about this long journey, is that I love it.
The Drawing Hands