Saturday, September 18, 2010


Chebureki is a traditional food in Uzbekistan, sort of huge deep fried ravioli, stuffed with meat, or potato, or vegetables with cheese or mushrooms. Not far from me is a restaurant, where every Wednesday most of it cost a dollar, less then  half a price. When I was an art student,  near my college, in the heart of Moscow, on Sretenka street was a small cafe, where we often went for lunch break to eat burning hot chebureki.  So I  drew it on my favorite checkerboard plate (MacKenzie-Childs wannabe) with markers and Uni-ball Onyx.


Serena said...

It sounds delicious...great sketch!

Nikira said...

Thank you, I had fun with Faber-Castell artist pens with India ink.