Some of our subscribers might know that besides improvising and composing music I like to draw Pinky and Spiky comics and post them on Steemit.
But did you know that Ausra draws every day and posts her comics on Steemit too? It's her funniest time of the day. Time to relax and enjoy herself:
"When I started to do it I didn’t think that people would like it but I think there are quite a few who enjoy it as well. So I’m very glad to know that I’ve found people that enjoy my drawing and my characters."
"And in terms of sort of making comics makes me feel like a child again and I like that feeling you know after being responsible for my students all the time I think it’s nice to relax and enjoy myself. My biggest inspiration is probably Tove Jansson and her drawings and recently, maybe half a year ago we bought a big book which she has her complete works of comics strips which she published in a British magazine during her lifetime."
If you are curious to get a glimpse into her world, here is my interview for Steemit Art Centre with Ausra about her drawings.
I hope you'll enjoy reading as much as I did when I was talking to her.
Here is what Steemit artist lildebbiecakes had to say about it:
"@laputis, I love all of what you do, and how wonderful it is to get to know you a little bit more. I’m so blessed you created Pinky, that lead you to Artstorm so that I could meet you there, it has been fun to become friends with you and Vidas. Ausra your artwork and music fill me with joy, I pray you’ll be able to create music 🎶 and 🎨 artwork for a very long time to come, may God bless you my friend and your family❣️"
Read the full interview here and let us know what you thought.
Would you like to say "Thank You" to us? Buy Us Coffee.
Drs. Vidas Pinkevicius and Ausra Motuzaite-Pinkeviciene
Organists of Vilnius University , creators of Secrets of Organ Playing.
Do you have a unique skill or knowledge related to the organ art? Pitch us your story to become a guest on Secrets of Organ Playing Podcast.
Don't have an organ at home?
Download paper manuals and pedals, print them out, cut the white spaces, tape the sheets together and you'll be ready to practice anywhere where is a desk and floor. Make sure you have a higher chair.