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Today morning sketch with Pune Urban Sketchers at Jangali Maharaj temple, Pune. It’s a very old temple in Pune (late nineteenth century), named after a saint and freedom fighter, Sadguru Jangali Maharaj.
A small waterfall – Brush pens on paper
The First Rain – Pigma fine point pens on paper. Did this waiting for an appointment where the other person turned up late by 30 mins.
The Warrior – A lunch time sketch
This is a view from my office desk. Done this quickly during lunchtime, and then finished inking in my spare time.
This is one experiment with a character sketch. Done using Pigma micron pens and brush pens.
I did this one just to experiment with the new ‘noir’ style. I was always fascinated by the highly stylized comics from the likes of Frank Miller and Shaun Martinborogh. I did this one with Pigma micron pens and Daler Rowney Artists’ black ink applied with brush on smooth drawing paper. Then I scanned these in, and applied few corrections in GIMP using my Wacom Intuous 4. Finally, I applied lettering in Inkscape. This is The Victim.
Drew this just for the kicks (and testing out inking with a brush)! I never had a fascination for big bikes, but this was an interesting subject at an interesting angle.
Drawn using pigma micron pens and black ink applies using brushes.
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 did this partly from imagination and partly from some reference sketches (to get the water effect). This one gave me immense satisfaction to draw the rock textures and the water effect.