Monthly Archives: October 2011

Light vs. Stop Motion Animation

Light works in mysterious ways: when it is too little of it, you complain  and when it’s too much you go crazy. I get up early in the morning as there is nothing to dream about after 6 AM and … Continue reading

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From Sketchbook.

Today words don’t find me. But blog wants to be written. – Just scratch something on the wall, – the blog begs me. – Like a cat marking the territory scratches trees and furniture. Please. Well, here I go, some … Continue reading

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Phone Phobia. Email Philia.

Several years ago I  read in one of those “self-help” publications that one must treat her telephone as her best friend and business ally.  “In order to receive good news via telephone one must treat each phone call as a … Continue reading

Posted in Depression. Personal Stories, Hazards of being an artist, Uncategorized | 9 Comments

Wonderful Thoughts at Work.

Slowly, the studio is shaping up. Tables find their matching computers, chairs find their pillows, pots – their lids. But it is very cold here, the windows, besides rain, let in a lot of wind, too, and I still don’t … Continue reading

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