I caught a moment in which it was possible to photograph the moment after the accident. The bus was burned down during a trip to Velebit. The passangers were on their way to the Shrine of St. Mary of Krasno and something in the bus had ignited. Two days later, I photographed it. You could still smell the burnt rubber.
Drawings on a sheet of paper can be a note about a distance that we traveled. If we practice drawing regularly after a certain period of time we will start to think in that way and solutions will present themselves in new forms.In drawing the artistic thought is quickly transformed. You can basically teach yourself. Watch yourself. The initial impulse can be anything. It can be from an interesting to an uninteresting subject, or a scene. From a chestnut shell in which we can find a recorded history of the fruit, to a photograph that I took myself and maybe even my own thoughts noted. The initial impulse can be a document about a walk, a scene seen from out the window, parts of nature, escape from a dream. The question is how do I draw them? What will the approach be? It all started with drawing. There is no laying in drawing. Your subconscious will always speak the truth, about what you are thinking, and about the skill that you posses. In drawing the progress is faster. There we can manipulate with want and in the right moment we can render ourselves and stop wanting. The process of drawing can take place as a random action. That random action has a result which is an actual drawing. That result displays the flow of thoughts which are linked with my subconscious over which in those moments I have no control.