I have always been fascinated by Nebulae and space in general. At a scale we not only cannot see, we cannot imagine either. At that scale, these meaningless but beautiful celestial bodies exist, who don't even know that they are getting admired. Amazing! Made in Photoshop using those smudge brushes.
Buddhist Teachings and the Digital Age
There is no self for you are just an entry in a database. Buddhist Teachings feel really relevant especially in the current digital age. Made using my friend's app called Tactilis, and then colored with Picsart
Durga and the Asura War
The Principal Form of the Goddess - Durga! An imagination of how that war might have been while keeping the form maintained in the Traditional Bengali style Diorama. Drawn on paper, colored in Photoshop.
Metal Hand Sign
Curvature test to do proper shading. This helps you to see what locations will be lit and what will be under shadow. Pro artists imagine these surface curvatures in their head and don't need to lay it on paper. Lets Rock! Drawn on Paper.
Asian Girl from a Magazine
Our art teacher asked us to draw from a print of a person versus live of a person to understand the complexity of the 3rd dimension and perspective. The former is much easier because a dimension is already reduced for your ease of drawing. This is from a fashion magazine, drawn on paper.
Hallway of Your Fears
Exit through the creepy hallway. Let it go, don't fear no more. This was an exercise in the art class during my Dreamworks Animation FX Challenge training. Fun Stuff. Made using Acrylic Colors on a cloth canvas.
Flying High on a Note 2
Sketchbook on a Samsung Note 2 was a new thing back in the days. Draw anywhere you like in the palm of your hands, and with a wacom level experience. Enjoyed making this piece while I was getting bored. Made with Sketchbook app on a Samsung Note 2
Daft Punk Fan Art
I am a big time fanboy of Daft Punk. When you hear their music enough you start hearing why they are good. You would normally not notice but their chords have slight changes over time and are not just the repeating 4x4 like everyone else does. Or may be that's how I hear them. Anyway, this is made on paper with color pencils.