Friday, August 31, 2012

Ramayana

...and like a dark looming cloud he shrouded the earth.

5 comments:

nityanshu said...

its awesome ...lovely ! but how do you achieve that dry brush stroke effect?

abhishek singh said...

it's become a very instinctive, that being said, you have to love working with the brush and attempt from very clean to very rough pieces, but keeping in mind the basics of light and form. eventually your brush stroke would be a mix of the craft learnt and your personality, it sounds like a formula but doesn't play like one, so JUST HAVE FUN spilling ink first, and let it lead the way:)

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Abhishek said...

I had already seen your works some place on the internet. These are just continuations of them. Superb!!
And I'd thought that you digitally render them. Isn't it so?

abhishek singh said...

Abhishek:
Thankyou, yes, it depends on the work, most paintings are done traditionally, but the work on graphic novels is a mix of traditional and digital.
sometimes completely digital or traditional