Thursday, October 13, 2016

Twitter Portrait Challenge

I have been into portrait drawing practice since a few days and when I came across the portrait challenge on Twitter, I immediately jumped in to give it a try. The challenge was to come up with a portrait "Maga's Daughter" by Andrew Wyeth, 1966. I used colored pencil to do the sketch. :)

Here is my submission for the #portraitchallenge 

Here are the work-in-progress shots of my submission. 

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Gesture drawing practice

This was supposed to be a Gesture drawing (which are usually a fast way of capturing the pose of the subject, like say 30 sec-1 min), but I got carried away a little and finished the characters in my own way, lol. :D

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Colour Collective ~ Pearl

I created a new Photoshop brush and was desperate to try it out. Actually whenever I try any brush, I just do some scribbling on my Cintiq and delete the file. I must have done thousands of such random scribbles. Today when I look at my brush sets, I sometime forget how they actually behave. So I have decided that hereafter I will make it a practice to work on some serious illustration to test my brushes. And again for color collective submission, one illustration was due for this week. I quickly sketched this little girl. So here is my submission for the Colour_Collective Challenge for the color Pearl.

Saturday, April 02, 2016

Colour Collective - Leaf green

This is my submission for the Colour Collective challenge on Twitter for the colour "Leaf Green". This was done using watercolor and polychromos colored pencils.

Saturday, February 28, 2015

Pratham Books: #6FrameStoryChallenge

I am so excited  to have made a way on the Pratham Books blog. Pratham Books came up with 6 Frame Story Challenge at the beginning of this year which required framing a story with any 6 words from a wordlist given and illustrating the same without any text. They also offered 6 narratives. So there was an option to either pick one of their 6 narratives or frame a story with 6 words of your own. I chose to go ahead with one of their narratives ” The Dragon’s Train Ride”.
You can view all of my 6 frames on the Pratham Books blog.