So I began to get involved in the stylization and flatforms. Now I like to work with a spot and thin lines, paint brightly and in color. During my studies, I often took a train. Out of boredom, I began to draw people sitting there. And it was then that I realized that I really like drawing faces. It relaxes me and relieves my brain. When you create an illustration, you constantly need to think about the composition and the idea. But when you paint from a real person, you don't need to invent anything! There is only you and the person in front. Later, I began to perceive people as an exciting nature and individuals whose inner world I really wanted to reflect through a portrait. Now, even when I paint pictures, I certainly think about composition and graphics. But I really love it. I got an additional meaning and incentive: I know that with my creativity, I please people and make their life a little more beautiful, more pleasant, and more joyful. Is this what art is for?