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ELENA KUNTSEVICH


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RESPONSIBILITIES IN THE PROJECT

Illustrations and creation of characters’ images.

I have stormy fantasy, and I think it’s great!

I’m like a child who looks at the sky and sees not only the clouds. In these horses with white manes I see symbols, figures and outlandish animals. As well as children do. The only difference between us is that a child does not have a creative idea, but I have.


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LITERARY/MUSIC PREFERENCES

I love high-quality contemporary music of different styles and trends. The main thing is that it keeps up the spirit and gives energy.


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RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES

I ride a bike. It is freedom, speed, fresh air. What else is needed to cheer up?
In winter I go to the swimming pool, in summer I go to the sea. Traveling to new countries is the best holiday for me.


Drawing children’s pictures for some reason reminds me Sudoku. Probably, because it needs patience too.


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WHOM DID YOU DREAM YOU WANTED TO BECOME WHEN YOU WERE A CHILD

In childhood I wanted to become a photographer, and even tried to learn to use a camera. But it was difficult, so I started to “stop the moments” with the help of drawings. They came out beautiful.

I remember I was thinking the idea to become a surgeon. I really liked a white coat and a stethoscope!


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FAVOURITE CHILDREN’S TALES/STORIES

As long as I remember myself – I always loved to read. Especially I was fond of encyclopedias. Like any other girl, I could not pass up tales about princes and adventures, but “Alice in Wonderland camp” has always been the most favorite book. There were such colorful illustrations in it!


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WHAT WAS YOUR FONDEST MEMORY OF CHILDHOOD

I was a lively girl and was playing only with boys: I liked to run and to climb the trees. Still I think that dolls are the most uninterested toys. I remember to go fishing with brother and we even tried to make our father used to come with us, but our father was unlucky, he was cynically bitten by a leech.

Grandfather had a herd of horses and I liked to ride them, with grandmother we were going to the forest to pick mushrooms. Sometimes I was bringing amanitas with me in a basket, but grandmother was sorting them out and throwing away.