I have always been surrounded by talented people, starting with my mother and ending with my peers at the Academy of Arts, but I always felt I wasn’t good enough and stayed away from drawing because I didn’t want to be looked down upon. During the last semester of my art history studies at the end of last year, I signed up to a “subconscious drawing” class, where we were taught to let go and do whatever we wanted. To let our subconscious thought lead the way. After a few weeks of struggling, I finally let go of all of my restricting thoughts of wanting to draw like everyone else and found my own style. Since then I have drawn almost every day, more than I’ve drawn in my whole life and I don’t want to stop. I’ve finally found what makes me uncontrollably happy and what I really have a passion for!


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Sometimes I wish I could sleep for a hundred years

My friend has the loveliest and craziest ca

My boyfriend calls me his brave red panda

A day in the life – from ramen to tram rides in my cold cold hometown Tallinn

One of my colleagues has the cutest little pup, who can pose like “one of those French girls”

This image was inspired by a photo one of my favorite bloggers took

In Estonia, during the cold and dark winter months, we always dream of summer, the sun and blossoming nature

L-l-lollipop dreams

Hiding in the little plant jungles can cure anything

The day I drew this I got my degree in art history and visual culture. The brave red panda graduated!

My best friends are the strongest, smartest, most beautiful, craziest, funniest & bravest people I know

My best friends are the strongest, smartest, most beautiful, craziest, funniest & bravest people I know

I love rainy days

The world is full of surprises

You’re a little character, aren’t you