An illustartion of scene from Temeraire series books - a sea serpent attacking a ship and being fended off by a dragon.
A logo and a brand book for a private IT-focused enterprise.
A commissioned logo for a private enterprise focused on teaching kids first aid and safety rules in general.
A commissioned A1 size drawing of a D&D roleplaying players' team.
A commission by a private person who asked for their Kitsunari original character in a jungle shrine/statue ruins.
A series of more than 50 dragon breeds illustartions based on Temeraire series by Naomi Novik. While designing each of them I was aiming at emphasing their etnicity while keeping true to the book descriptions.
A handful of 2D game assets I drew as a part of recruitment process.
Drawings of dragon tribes from Wings of Fire series. Since dragons are my favourite topic, I couldn't resist designing my own version of the creatures.
Two-sided, two-language leaflet for a shipping company. Requirement was to include as many of client-provided photos as possible, other than that there was no style-guide, just the company logo.
A commission for a pharmacy consulting business - simple silhouettes of ladies in different age: from a teen to a granny.
Display, half-display and shelfstopper for Tchibo "Black and White" campaign I designed as a part of recruitment process.
Poster designed on request from local scout troop. Trip theme was witches and legends.
A commission for characters design for mobile game app.
Illustration of a scene in "Sower of the wind" by M. L. Kossakowska where archangel Michael stands over defeated Lucifer.
A commission for a portrait of characters from "Temeraire" book series by Naomi Novik - dragon Iskierka and her captain.
Redesign of Death's mask from Cirque du Soleil's show Kooza; done as paintover of a photo from the show.
Characters from fan-written story in universe of the game 'Sacred: Underworld'.
Cover for book calendar for children. Requirement was to use some well-known cartoon/game character.
Visual arts have always been my passion — and so bringing ideas to life is both my job and hobby. I'm working in many fields: from illustation through designs to desktop publishing. I'm not an "artist", living with my head in the clouds and doing things only for sake of doing "something". In my works I'm trying to reconcile my scientific, analytical side with creative and aesthetic-seeking one to provide the best solution to my clients and commissioners.
If you feel that we could work along well, feel free to contact me either via email or any of the pages linked.
Outside of my working-time I still enjoy drawing and designing — creating pictures or graphics for friends or for my own pleasure. A lot of my inspirations come from musicals and books, especially fantasy-themed — I can't imagine my life without them (that's one of very few things my imagination fails on). I also love horse riding, dancing and video games (my favourites are stealth, RPGs and strategies).