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Charlie Chaplin

June 30, 2010 6 comments


This sketch is another play on light and shadow.  The human brain can visualize missing information from incomplete cues. This when translated to drawing, means when given just enough cues about the subject, the viewer can envision missing parts. This viewer involvement in envisioning process makes it interesting for them.

Ref:

1. Drawing on the right side of the brain, Betty Edwards

Saddam Husein

May 25, 2010 7 comments


A while back I saw the movie “Green Zone” , that inspired me to do this sketch.

The Artist

April 2, 2010 7 comments


I have been dealing with serious themes and decided to go for a quickie this time. Here’s a cartoonistic artist at work!!

I used 2B pencil for this sketch.

Ref:

1. Figure drawing without model, Ron Tiner

Hitched!!

February 19, 2010 5 comments


After ‘the proposal’, it is just logical to follow up with getting ‘Hitched’… This is my take on the movie poster of “The Ugly Truth”.

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The Proposal

February 13, 2010 9 comments


Yenna solla pogiraai???

In looking at  a picture, the viewer’s eye is unconsciously directed around the picture area by the arrangement of lines and shapes. By using directional lines, we can guide the viewer to what the artist intends to look them at, says Ron Tiner.  My interpretation is , if u see the path that i have shown they converge at a point, (at least in the figure). Here are two different people converging on a common point (love).  I wanted to publish this sketch today coz tomorrow is valentine’s day.

Ref:

1. Figure drawing without model, Ron tiner.

Men in Black

February 7, 2010 4 comments


After  completing the sketch, I thought there is some similarity between the guys here (the one on far left and 3rd one from left) and comedians, Jay Leno and Conan O’Brien.  The feud between these two guys and the NBC associates is well known and publicized. Now that they have reached a settlement, it looks like these men in black are all set to brief the press.

Ref:

1. Figure drawing without model, Ron Tiner.

On top of the world..

January 5, 2010 2 comments

Back to my theme – Elements of Nature. This time around its Space. I was thinking of how to represent it,  until I stumbled upon this figure. I thought this sketch has more to it than just representing Space. I used charcoal for this sketch.


Ref:

1. Drawing Scenary – Landscapes and Seascapes, Jack Hamm.