I hope you'll enjoy reading the 1st part of the interview I did for Steemit Art Centre.
This is what other people are saying about it:
Glenn R Tompkins:
This is an outstanding interview and a wholly inspirational format for fellow artists, musicians, writers, bloggers and enthusiasts. Bravo, Vidas Pinkevicius, for sharing these remarkable insights!
You did an awsome interview @organduo. I’m so impressed with you and @deemarshall, your incredibly talented sir. I pictured you and your wife a much older couple. Probably because you say such profoundly wise stuff sometimes, like a wise old owl. You have a wonderful partnership in marriage. So wonderful to see it. Drawing pictures to each other how beautiful and quite endearing, friend. Bless you for sharing your creative abilities to the world.
What an awesome interview, it is a nice insight into @organduo as a person.
I like the quote from his father "No day without a line" as I have a similar passion for drawing art!
Thank you for nice interview @deemarshall.
@organduo thank you for telling us about yourself! Your organ playing is amazing!! I really enjoyed it.
What an interesting story of the characters Pinky and Spiky. You inspired me to draw comics with them and I loved them so much).
Yes, you are right. Notepad and oil pastel are easy to carry in your bag. And my drawings stop because they require water and paint.
An Interview with the Steemit Artist @organduo - What Makes Him Tick? (Part 1)
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