A speed-painting of ICBS and NSCB halls of the Indian Institute of Science Education & Research Kolkata. This particular spot used to be my favorite hangout area. I tried to experiment with light and shadow in this one. Real life:
Concept art featuring some of my favorite courses from the second year at IIMA. Courses included: Philosophical Foundation of Management Leadership, Vision, Meaning, and Reality Hitchhiker's Guide to Business and Economies Across Five Centuries Elephants and Cheetahs: Systems, Strategy, and Bottlenecks Explorations in Role and Identity
A character sketch from one of my favorite Ghibli films. The Tale of Princess Kaguya is a beautiful story of a girl of mysterious origins raised by a family of bamboo-cutters. One of the best depictions of female social problems that I've seen in cinema, while simultaneously touching on fundamental questions of happiness, sorrow, and … Continue reading Princess Kaguya
Attempted to paint Michael from The Godfather trilogy. It started looking like a Kevin Spacey and skeleton crossover midway. Went with the flow from there.
Inspired by Van Gogh's Starry Night, featuring IIMA's Louis Kahn Plaza on a hot summer night.
A different version of my previous artwork. Made using Adobe Sketch whereas the other one was made through Photoshop.
A painting in style of "The Scream" by Edvard Munch, representing one of the familiar horrors of IIMA life. #inktober The time-lapse video of the drawing process:
Well here’s another great moment in the legend of Spike, famous bounty hunter and dog walker. A tribute to the coolest anime ever. #inktober Based on a scene from the intro.
See, Sarah Lynn? We're not doomed. In the grand scheme of things, we're just tiny specks that will one day be forgotten. So it doesn't matter what we did in the past, or how we'll be remembered. The only thing that matters is right now. This moment. This one spectacular moment we are sharing together. … Continue reading Bojack Horseman, Starry Night
Vector art of an IIMA classroom. #inktober
A scene in Chokher Bali (from the Stories by Rabindranath Tagore series). #inktober
“Stop telling such outlandish tales. Stop turning minnows into whales.” Prompt: Huge. #inktober