Thursday, December 16, 2010
Saturday, November 20, 2010
I don't have the heart to tell her its only made of felt and pollyfill. Don't want to take away her doggie dreams.
watercolours and dry pastels on cartridge paper.
Tuesday, November 9, 2010
And they had been asking me to make a t-shirt graphic for them for a really long time. And since I was still quite high on the excitement of painting a wall, I converted that image into a T-shirt.The ever responsible Jason was entrusted with the task of getting the t-shirts printed in time for all of us to wear for our next get-together. He and I spent a few days fighting over the phone over number of colours, image size, printing techniques etc etc ( Producers, no matter who they are, will always give you a hard time!!)
finally after reducing the colours to a miserable eight.
Here's me wonderfully modelling the printed t-shirt for you :P
And here are the original LH boys wearing them.
Yes, these are adults, with families and jobs !! But they happen to be the craziest/funniest/funnest bunch of people I know. And I know all of us kids can only wish to have this kind of enthusiasm for life when we are 50+
But with t-shirts and genes like these, i know we will.
Monday, October 25, 2010
Wednesday, October 6, 2010
these were some of the illus. I came up with. The first one was just something I tried out, and I was a little excited about this one since it was a collage after a very very long time, but unfortunately they weren't too keen.
these were the ones they finally used. the bikes were hand drawn with a crow quill (my new favourite drawing tool) and back grounds were done digitally.
Tuesday, August 24, 2010
who refuses to act her age :P
many many hearts and sparkly whees'
please click to enlarge and do leave comments.
digital, my first screwing around with different layer options on PS
Wednesday, August 4, 2010
its funny, she dint scream, throw tantrums
and neither was she a painful customer
maybe they were discomforted by the storm cloud around her head.
*painted version coming soon, please do look out for it.
ball point pen and inks on cartridge paper
Tuesday, July 27, 2010
exept maybe why i was wearing a snow cap in the middle of summer in the indian tropics. But thats another story.
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
Sunday, March 7, 2010
A bunch of people have started the trend (or are trying to start the trend) of artist trading cards (ACTs) in college. I think its a great initiative. you scribble out something, anything, no pressures on a business card sized paper. Scan it. Send it to the guys incharge of putting it here- http://atc-nid.blogspot.com and Ta-Da! then of course you can trade it with fellow ATC makers.