It has been a while since I came up with a comic strip. My latest Huion 610 pro and a funny, but thinkable, blog on quality of life by my brother-in-law Raghu, have inspired me to come up with this comic. Refer my BIL’s blog – Antharanagam
Readers, please excuse as this comic is written in my mother tongue Telugu.
Hope you enjoyed this little attempt. Thanks for stopping by.
I happened to go through sketches of a portrait artist Randy Hann and I fell in love with this sketch of his. I quickly saved the image and got my reference. Now here it is – My version.
Hope you guys enjoyed it. Your opinion about the sketch matters.
I have used the following picture as a reference and came up with the following caricatures in less than 40 minutes on a simple index card. I had used only 2B and 4B pencils for the job.
Pranav (Nephew) however was more interested in the cars I sketched for him, though he blushed.
My husband is the motivation for this comic.It was sketched during the NBA finals and the rest is pretty much understood 😉
I had used prismacolor pencils to complete this sketch. It was done a few months back while I was in India. Thanks to Upender who shared his pencils and the sheet of super of white, which added to my excitement to complete this sketch.
Another doodle. Its a person with constant search for light, seeking riddance from ignorance.
I used a black gel pen and a sheet of paper to come up with this dragon.
I have used my ball pen, a 4″X4″ drawing sheet and my imagination to come up with this sketch.
Thanks to Satwik Gade’s ball pen art which inspired me to do this.
The Comic is self explanatory…
I couldn’t wait to start sketching when I saw the sketch (Reference: A sketch of Ileana hunter). I was so inspired. I was looking for a subject for my next sketch and I found this. I just loved the way the eye was portrayed, as though some one is looking at us through the paper.
It looks so real and I only wondered if I could redo and achieve the photo-realism and this is what I arrived at. Not bad. Using the right tools at appropriate places does make the sketching job easy. How can I not thank Upender who lend me his prisma color pencils to complete the sketch.