Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Krishna- sketches 01











A bunch of sketches from the project,
these suggestive scribbles are the most enjoyable part of the process,
when you are trying to "Search" "Derive" and "Express"
and after the drawn moment is gone you quickly jump to the next,
unaware and uncertain of the results it's only in retrospect that you rationalize
that these random meanderings were somehow connected, like familiar strangers.
somedays you are surging with meaning, and somedays these scribbles
remind you of your imperfections ,
somedays it's anguish of not "finding"
and some days it's the happiness of "locating" a lost treasure.
these scribbles delicately hang between the fertile universe of the mind( the Idea)
and the final deliverable asked by the material world(book or a film)
at times i wonder,
that we are nothing but scribbles of someone 's thought
placed on the vast canvas of life,
trying to become something and eventually nothing again.

31 comments:

imchaba said...

Your gift is transcendent.

I am really glad that I began my early morning meditation with your work this morning.

You are officially my Guru.

Pc Vikram said...

Superb ! I hope your sketchbook is on the way to the printer as well ! keep us posted !

A. Riabovitchev said...

These sketches are very cool Abhishek!I am sure it will very interesting film!:o)

moez ketepo said...

hi, discovered your blog and think your works are full of inspiration really love them.compliments!

lostinarc said...

Thats awesome...am speechless...:)

Eric Barclay said...

These are beautiful-- they need to be in print. I got chills when I read the words that accompany the illustrations... very powerful and inspiring.

rhuturaje said...

sirji... im speechless again....

Chris Dacol said...

Amazing!

michael robertson said...

your work is absolutely stunning.

abhishek singh said...

thanks everyone :)
THANKS ton:)

i'll be updating more often hopefully from now :)

some exciting news coming up very soon:)

Abhilash.N said...

Brilliant...!! Very Inspiring...!!

Tarun Padmakumar said...

as amazing as it is to see ur finished art, its just as cool to see ur explorations and process.

the landscape shot is just amazing.love the location design. a preview of the city of madhurai, perhaps?
the motion-scribbly fight is also lovely to see!
cant wait for the end results!

Alina Chau said...

These pages are amazing!

jazzlamb said...

Gorgeous! I love them! I have my favorites though, the 4th and the 6th from top:)
I generally want all my final artwork to mimic what's there in the roughs and it just doesn't, somehow.
And I almost make it into the first 15 to comment:D

Pointy Ears said...

These are just A-W-E-S-O-M-E!

Wayne B. Medina said...

awesome awesome art my friend

lorelay bove said...

these are great! :)

Oscar Rosales said...

Beautiful work as always! Love checking out your work!

Gabby Zapata said...

Wow you have designs are amazing! so much lineflow, great great designs! i'm pretty much speechless! It'll be exciting to keep up with your work!

abhishek singh said...

THANK YOU ALL:)
for all the love , patience and support:)

Gracia said...

Wow! amazing artwork in your blog!! love your style!!
cool character designs as well.
thanks for sharing!!
:)

Eveline said...

You hold us all in the palm of your hand. It always feels like wonderland to wander through your work.
Thank you for sharing the magic with me when you last came down here! xoxox

Sami said...

All the very best :)

Oscar Martín said...

AMAZING!! Son dibujos llenos de vitalidad!
:-)

Alina Chau said...

These pages are wonderful!! So much expressiveness and energy!

SKIZO said...

Thank you for sharing
This fabulous work with us
Good creations

Prad Savania said...

Wow, you have some very striking pieces on your blogspot Abhishek! Keep up the good work!

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Siddhartha Joshi said...

lovely!

Nithin Davis said...

Wow!

sakiteriyaki said...

great drawings

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