Lithuanian artist Vytas Neviera challenged himself to draw one image per day for the entire year. The aim is to improve his drawing skills and explore the unique style of linear drawings.

Vytas is mostly inspired by nature and people, but he also studies the works of older masters, traditional Japanese and Chinese ink artworks or theories of geometry. The contrast between black and white for him is a powerful means of expression, but he also experiments with other colors, lines’ thickness and paper sizes.

He has already drawn more then 200 impressing drawings and still creates one image daily which on average takes 4-5 hours. “I want to make my mind and hands work every single day”, says Vytas.

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