And the final product:
Contractual labour for tnlabour.in 🙂
A new project. Beginning of a gruesome story. Uploading it to remind myself that I should restart working on it!
Hello girls! Let’s learn how to draw a line, and where.
Scratch a dog’s back once and it scratches yours all life when you need it and when you don’t fucking need it.
A pony is a showoff and friendship is no magic!
A leopard is fast and well but you try to be fast and see how well it goes for yourself.
Beware of a rhino for the only obvious reason that it is horny.
An elephant is tough, strong but takes bath.
A crocodile sheds skins in spring to welcome a new year, sheds tears in gratitude to welcome dinner and sheds involuntary giggles looking at the yellow afternoon sky welcoming impure thoughts when no one else is watching.
A she-frog tells you all that is there to know about motherhood.
You can love a lone munia in more ways than a lone munia knows!
Another story-illustration for the WordsWorth project. Here goes:
Subbu goes to sleep with his shoes on. He never puts his toys back into the cupboard. He does not fold his clothes. He leaves empty Kurkure packets on the table.
One night he is woken up from sleep. “I am Mr. Mess Monster, this is my room now, please leave.” Mr. Mess Monster’s head touched the ceiling. He is made up of dirty clothes and toys. He grows strong by eating stale food left on the floor. “Please leave”, reminds the monster with two biscuits for eyes.
Some of the characters I’m working on currently – thanks to Tanusree Mustafi, the creator-writer of these adorables:
A crazy folklore about life and death by Dan Timotin at Aainanagar. Pastel and pencil sketch. Some of the pics:
The Bookworms series illustration for a lampshade company that never saw the daylight, or the nightlight for that matter.
Ettupede pagemarks. For sale or not for sale that is the question!
A corporate novel – The Ripple Effect’ – on ‘feedback’ by Meera Srikant. Pen-drawings (allowing some awfully wrong perspective studies). It was done such a long time back that I don’t even remember the name of the protagonist girl, who worked for an ad. agency. The book never got published, but what the heck, I got paid for it (Thanks to Meera) and it was good fun. Some of the pics: