Friday, June 3, 2016

Life sketches **








Here are few sketches. I have been trying to go outdoor and do sketches. It takes a push to go outside and start. But after few minutes of the sketching, time flies away.

Thursday, March 24, 2016

Friday, March 11, 2016

Fanart-Sarita Devi & IWD2016


Here's a piece I did as an homage to all the women of the world on IWD2016.

This piece is a fanart of Indian woman boxer  L. Sarita Devi.
After being robbed out of the silver medal at Incheon Asian Games 2014 and a suspension of one year, she came back strongly with gold medal win at South Asian Games 2016.

Much power to her and all the women of the world.

Thursday, February 4, 2016

Space Orphans-Motion Video


Here's a motion video for Space Orphans, my comic in collaboration with C. G Salamander
I hope you enjoy it.

Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Space Orphans


Space Orphans a comic illustrated by me and written by C.G Salamander was part of an anthology 'Antariksh Tales'.

Since there was no news about the comic on the blog, C.G and I  thought to start with an introductory piece for the comic. Above is a promotional piece featuring Magatha, one of the characters from the comic.

Cover for the 'Antariksha Tales', art by Kailash Iyer.
'Antariksh Tales' is published by The Pulpocracy  and is out now. It was released at the Mumbai Comic Con, 2015.

For more information and to order a copy, visit: http://imojo.in/13l2kn

Stay tuned!

Saturday, October 31, 2015

Inktober, 2015.

First of all, I would like to tell a little about 'Inktober' for those who might not be aware of it.

Inktober is initiative/challenge started by Jake Parker where an artist does a drawing, sketch or a study in 'ink' every day in the month of October. Artist holds creative rights of the work done by him. They might post them online with their friends and even might use a common hashtag '#inktober', this helps people looking at other artists work working toward a common goal.

The goal is to get better at inking, trying different inking techniques and also to get better at drawing/sketching.

A Pencil might be the best tools to do sketches and drawing as it allows variation in line and with the flexibility to modify the sketch or a drawing.
                       'Ink' on the other hand, is unreversible(waterproof inks in particular). An artist needs to be really careful and thoughtful while making his marks on paper.

We may debate on how a medium/tool is better than other, but the goal here is to get better using whatever medium it may be.

For more information on the Inktober initiative, you may visit the link here: http://mrjakeparker.com/inktober.


Now coming to my personal journey with Inktober. I started with enthusiasm and positive mindset but could not carry it towards the very end. Today it is the end of the month and I am done with just 22 of the sketches. I am still happy at the progress made as these were done in between the regular work.

Below I am posting the sketches in the sequential order. You may also visit the links below for the same and more:
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Friday, August 28, 2015

Three Little Mice

Three little mice,
Ink blobs turned into bookmarks.

I was recently working on something with inks. I was using a test sheet before transferring the inks onto the final piece. While working on a test sheet, I tried making simple shapes with the test strokes. Later, I outlined the shapes with a ball pen and cut them out to make small bookmarks. 

Sunday, August 9, 2015

Coffee shop sketch.


Here is a sketch in ink I did a while back. This was done while having coffee with a friend at a local coffee shop.

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Shakti, fanart.

Shakti, fanart.
She is a comic book character from Raj Comics Universe.