Ilona Dimura was born on 10 March 1993 in Odessa, Ukraine. Since childhood, she has been fond of sports, music, drawing, dancing, handicrafts, etc. Ilona moved to Germany at the age of 16. Now she is 18. Ilona has found a new hobby and will tell us about it. It has been a pleasure for us to take the interview with Ilona Dimura, who shared some interesting facts about her biography. We wish you a pleasant reading of Ilona Dimura’s success story and viewing of her funny and lively handmade items.
AP: Your first works. What did they look like?
ID: I began to sculpt from polymer clay one month ago. This idea appeared much earlier. However, my friend helped me to start it.
AP: Do you have any formal education in your sphere, or were you self-taught? How did you get new knowledge about creativity?
ID: No, I’m self-taught. Earlier, I was keen on sculpting, and, of course, it helped me. Now I get the needed information via the Internet. I read articles about polymer clay techniques and shared my opinion with my lovely friends. They give me valuable hints.
AP: What genre are your works?
ID: There is no specific genre. Nevertheless, all my works are funny and exciting. I tried various polymer clay techniques, and they were not difficult. I like experiments, and I always try to discover something interesting.
AP: How would you describe your works?
ID: It’s rather complex because my handmade items are very different in genre, theme, and size, and they were made with another purpose. And they remind me of my childhood :D.
AP: What kind of equipment and techniques do you use?
ID: I use equipment such as toothpicks, pens, pencils, razors, and other things that could be found in my room.
AP: Would you consider yourself as an expert in this sphere?
ID: No…But I always try to improve my skills. So, maybe, in the future, I will become an expert.
AP: What is your success formula?
ID: Of course…I always put my bag on my head :D! Seriously…I have no formula for success…I try to do it and get pleasure!
AP: Is there someone who helps you in your creativity?
ID: My friends and parents always support me. The whole world is essential to my creativity because everything around me gives me exciting ideas.
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