Drawings with felt-tip pens and markers.
Paints of different type markers and felt-tip pens are
combined differently that forms various colorful effects of the shown drawings
Drawings in gallery can be considered as art prototypes for creation of images in computer graphics and design or as samples of graphic tools in computer programs for creation of images, but actually drawings are represented on a paper by sets of multi-colored felt-tip pens and markers of different types.
Images of the shown graphic art drawings in gallery are comparable to deities
of Bardo Thodol in the Tibetan Book of Dead or the Book of Great Liberation and
in esoteric mandala of the Tibetan Buddhism or Lamaism, or with mythological
deities of the Ancient Greece or Vedic mythology, and also comparable to
metaphysical bodies of people and angels beyond the bounds of the visible world
within the phantom network which is symbolized with geometrical crossings of
lines in the shown drawings.
The gallery results texts describing differences of philosophical and religious concepts of Lamaism in the Tibetan Buddhism from philosophical concepts of the shown phantom figures, and in essence the gallery gives conceptual distinctions of mandalas in the Tibetan Buddhism and symbolical figures in the shown images.