Paweł is waiting for a medal and will defenitely see it happen in he future. He's working diligently. He's training in a good club, in Piaseczo, close to Warsaw. Besides armwrestling, he has an interesting passion, sometimes connected to armwrestling. It's also what he does for a living. There's no “hidden advertizing” in this text... There's only clear advertizing of Paweł's drawings. ()
I know that one of my close friends already has a portrait from Paweł on his wall. There's much more of them, for sure, just look and order a portrait of yourself or a close one.
Time to ask Paweł, what is it with his drawings?
Ever since I was a child, I used to doodle in notebooks at school a lot. Most of the time I was scolded by my teachers because “a notebook is not a sketchbook”. I often drew video games, comic and film characters at home too. I wasn't too good at it from the start but you could tell I had a knack for it.
PeSzy: As a visual arts graduate – I can assure you it's talent backed by precision and patience! What was it like afterwards?
When I was about 13, I stopped drawing for 10 years. That's when I discovered my passion for weigh training and especially armwrestling. Between 22 and 23, I had a year-long break from training for health reasons and that's when I started to look for art as a substitute for armwrestling. Then after half a year, I had another break (for one year) until my friend who had known I could draw asked me to draw some caricatures for him. I took it up out of curiosity and my motivation has come back instantly, it's been over a year since then.
At the moment it rarely happens for me not to draw a few hours a day. I now treat it as my main source of income and have ambitious plans for myself in the future.