Drawing, one of the oldest visual arts, served as the foundation of all his works of art. His drawings were a roadmap and a reminder, the very essence of being and a testament to life itself. Baća's imposing quality drawings were his "last words," a philosophical and experience-based lament for the fate that dictates the choice of themes in art. Drawing constituted a separate category in Robert Baća's work, and it was the essence of reminiscences, a conclusion, and the ultimate expression of his creative process. His last works included a few very powerful self-portraits in pencil, where he captured various gestures reflected in a mirror, thus communicating with his past. These self-portraits are impressive and authentic, pregnant with thoughts, presented as confessions, and touchingly honest, wistful, and perhaps even nostalgic.