Category Archive: Reflective journal

Installation preparation

Installation has been taking a bit more than I thought it would. I am so glad I decided to come sooner. I knew it might be tough to do everything if I only… Continue reading

plant #2

When I began this project I had no idea how it will turn out, but never thought that I will end up doing abstract works or drawings flowers… plants. Sure, I enjoy casual… Continue reading


Since I decided to draw everything on bigger scale and have a different way of making animation, I repeated a lot of same situations. The main characters in my story – a guy… Continue reading


After some animation making in pencil I need colours in my life. Also after some abstract animation making (the shadow girl variation), I want more and more something like this… It is more… Continue reading

More animation work

When I began working on animations I had the whole ‘map’ of various stories and how they come across each other. In some way. Or at least, I wanted to come across. I… Continue reading


After completing the foot animation  I still had ideas of that moment when the streetwalker takes her shoe off and puts a heel on. In a past, I have a made a full… Continue reading

flex and point

In my previous posts I have mentioned how I am working on that flow Me and that flow are in very serious relationship. Quite dysfunctional though. I have one image and vision in… Continue reading

Working on a posture

  For the last couple of weeks I have been working on one posture, where I was thinking about body movement and how I can capture flirting or seducing  It is out of… Continue reading


On a day of my exhibition opening I was interviewed by young art critic. The interview is published in lithuanian, and some tried translating using google translate, but it wasn’t accurate. Somes languages… Continue reading

I know what you are up to

‘I know what you are up to’ Solo exhibition VDU Menų Galerija 101 25/4/2018 – 4/5/2018   I can’t believe I made an exhibition. My solo exhibition. Might sound funny, but it was… Continue reading