Mostly in the past, one year or so, all my ink drawings didn’t have a deeper second and third plan and perspective, and it was more of a narrow space and compressed details. As you can see, this one has some more background space depth, but is still full of details. Character with afro hair and mustache is inspired by some 70's ex-Yugoslavian fashion moments and I like how it functions with this cyber-robo clothes. I had to put a star makeup on his eye — it’s actually an iconic KISS makeup, but communist party in Yugoslavia used a red star symbol, so that’s why I put it on the face of this character. Other funny detail is the front of a car where there’s no brand logo of that car, but instead of that I put small globes. It’s ridiculous… Some details are too complex to explain, such as animals, a dog with mohawk, a dead fish on the road, a frog on top of the car. I will try explaining the frog character: it’s rooted in old video game called Frogger, but also in the fact that I loved holding frogs in my hands as a kid and tons of times I loved to just watch frogs in nature. I must say that ink gives a lot of possibilities, not just for how you draw, but also which tool you will use it. Mostly my ink drawings are drawn with liners/isograph that can be refilled with ink over and over again. And I love the fact that there’s real ink inside, not just some black liquid that becomes gray on daylights. This is one of the reasons why I don’t use markers. I don’t want to name all the professional brands that I used in the past and did some tests during summer. There were a few different professional brands and for all the color changed 70% or even more, except the color of paper. Ok, back to real ink and make it simple, you’ll live and sleep easily, believe me.