I'm interested in body-art for a while. There are several reasons. I still have a wish to became a tattoo artist someday and drawing on body gives a chance to get closer to that, even knowing these don't last long, even if I draw with permanent markers (it might be unhealthy, some says, but it's really handy to do precise lines, so if people don't mind - I use them). On the other hand, it's interesting how human skin is both similar and different at the same moment from canvas or paper. It has this volume that let's you play with composition, since body-parts can spin and move, so there are unlimited amount of design variations available. And also, while working the connection between me and a model is built, it needs to have confidence in between, specially while drawing on naked body. It's kind of intimate process. What else I could say is that, it feels really flattering to see my art on other person's body, I think body-art also gives a great opportunity for other person to pay more attention/to feel art more deeply, since a person always are prone to look closely what she/he has on herself/himself. So it's like win-win. On the other hand, some friend of mine said, he wishes me to do more body-art on myself instead of having more real tattoos, because 'you can change it whenever you want. never stop changing'. this might sound cheeky a bit, but still nicely said.