Stalin's work is dependent on design fundamentals, form, color and composition. He believes that the simplest forms evoke complex emotions. He spontaneously begins an art piece and it becomes more detailed as the end product starts to show itself. The process involves layering. There are no preliminary sketches of what is going to develop. He nurture different forms and shapes in the middle of the process. His color theory seems to be the most immediate aspect of his work to the viewers very instinctive.