A pen and ink sketch of an English B&B I stumbled upon on a social network. Done entirely using Sakura Pigma fine point pens of various sizes.
This is a view from my office desk. Done this quickly during lunchtime, and then finished inking in my spare time.
A couple of days ago, I had parked my car near this gate. The concrete poles around the gate and the thick foliage interwoven with the barbed wire fence made an interesting pattern. I quickly sketched the outline using pencils and later on finished this with pigma micron pens and inks.
This picture is based on a photo I saw on G+ of a stone bridge near a city. It’s not an exact replica of the photo, but pretty inspired by it. Done using Sakura Pigma fine point pens and ink washes using brush.
I recently saw some photos of a ghost town (an old town abandoned since few years) on a social networking site (https://plus.google.com/+JeffreySullivan/posts). The photos were a dream come true for someone looking for great texture references. I combined a few of these images to create this composition. Sakura Pigma fine point pens on smooth paper.
The festival of Holi brings about the joy of dousing one’s friends with water and colors. Here’s a pen, ink and watercolor sketch of the fun in action.
Dusk time, old ruins by the seashore, and an intimate moment between two lovers. A pen, ink and watercolor sketch.
Another moody picture of a soldier coming home after a call of duty. I initially thought of showing him handicapped, but then thought of doing this picture on a more positive, optimistic note. Done using fine point pens and fountain pen ink.
Drew this using fine point pens, brush pen, and ink.
I especially enjoyed doing this sketch of a reader under the tree. The distant house and the grassy land lend this picture a serene look. Inked using the Sakura pigma fine point pens of various points.