First in a series of artwork featuring heritage cities in the Indian sub-continent. I used paper collage and ink outlines to create the elements and assembled them on Photoshop CS. The scene shows monuments, architecture, objects and curiosities that are … Continue reading →
Acrobats amaze and astound me. I watched a jaw-dropping, heart-stopping performance by the Peking Acrobats the other day and wanted to capture their skill and courage. This particular act was the highlight of my evening. Insanely talented!
“What an odd man!”, thought Raghu to himself. “No book can be that interesting. Maybe he has something to hide. Perhaps he is on the run. That would explain why he is so aloof. Does he even blink? What kind … Continue reading →
Illustration Friday’s topic of week, Intention, got me thinking of swivel eyes and long, gooey tongues. I used pen on paper and added color on Sketchbook Pro. I looked at him for a while and named him Bertie.
A series of sketches wondering whether one can catch Wi-fi signals deep in the Masai Mara. I used pen on paper and Copic Markers. The final two sketches show the underlying wire skeleton. I love “constructing” animals, gives me a … Continue reading →
Do you remember, when we were young, we thought we could change the world? We thought we were capable of anything. Do you remember? I do. Artwork was done using ink and dry pastel on paper. This is dedicated to … Continue reading →
Cover artwork for one of the funniest, smartest, most incredibly well-written stories I have read in a long time. An honor to have worked on the cover. Pen on paper, digital color, published by Scholastic India, 2012.
Set of paper collage illustrations I made for a set of short stories written by my mom, Kala Sambasivan. This is when I realized how happy I was gluing tiny pieces of paper together and that I should have done … Continue reading →