The Mummy: Digital Painting

Digital Painting Poster: The Mummy (2017) Princess Ahmanet – “She is real.” Universal Studios decided to start a reboot-dark monster franchise, but the movie that was supposed to kickstart that franchise was both a critical & a commercial failure. Regardless, I made this a few days before the movie came out.

Anne of Green Gables: Digital Painting

Digital Painting Poster: Anne (CBC|Netflix) This show took me back to Anne Shirley’s early Green Gables adventures yet again, in a slightly more grittier adaptation of the classic (some of us are still used to the CBC ’85 version we watched while growing up, and I still do prefer that one since it stuck close…

Manipal Comic Series.

The thing about nostalgia – it keeps taking you back to whatever you’re missing so deeply in ways you can’t imagine. Here’s a slight comic take on the various situations that Manipalites are used to facing every now and then. It is an ongoing series, so I’ll keep adding more comics from time to time….

Rogue One: Star Wars Review (Spoiler-Free)

Let’s face it – very few films truly appeal to everyone in this age of cynicism where 3D-CGI blockbusters are a dime a dozen. As much as I would have loved to indulge myself in a sheeny cavalcade of space battles and those “prequel-style” CGI set pieces, (get my sarcasm, Mr. Lucas?) something different was…

Sketch 19: Titanic

Well, this film taught me what sketching actually was. “Draw me like one of your french girls, Jack”, lol. This 1997 epic romantic feature is really close to my heart, and it only seemed fair that I try and return the favor in at least some way. 😛

Sketch 18: Mumbai

 #15MinutesSketch I know it has been quite a while since I uploaded anything, so here goes – Don’t really know why, but I was really missing Mumbai this morning. The sketch was probably as rough and random as it gets, but there’s something about it that just seems peaceful. Took me just a little over…

Star Trek Beyond: Spoiler free Review

For aficionados of space sci-fi franchises such as myself, this is it! 726 Episodes. 13 Feature films. 50 years of being a pop culture phenomenon – that’s Star Trek for you. Part of the charm of watching these new reboots comes from experiencing the five decades-old series return to life in its former glory. Back…

Sketch 17: The Streets.

“Most people quiver from even the slightest touch of monochromaticity in their lives. But not these little angels – to them, their world is whole and myriad in shades – almost as much as they are. They don’t seek solace in worldly pleasures, but instead only in each other.” Caption credits: Priyanjali Rowchoudhury. Sketching credits:…

Sketch 16: Mohini

 And I’ve gotta say – this is probably one of the best ones to come out so far! And quite unexpectedly too, I might add. xP The amazing woman in the picture is one who really does not shy away from showing her overtly heightened enthusiasm, and that’s probably just one of the million things…

Sketch 15: Kamath Circle

 Kamath Circle, Manipal. To almost every MITian, this is the most familiar sight throughout their duration in Manipal. It’s said that some journeys take you farther from where you came from, but closer to where you belong.Manipal, you shall be missed 😀  

Sketch 14: Nishant

Nishant Sahoo. If only you made this easier for me by having much lesser hair, goddammit! Here’s a throwback to the photoshoot day, when we were running around like a bunch of lunatics – just in the hopes of attaining those perfect shots. Also, I think it’s safe to say I’m getting better at this…

Sketch 13: Ambalika

Some people are amazingly beautiful, not just in their looks – but also in what they say, what they write and, by extension – what they are. Every once in a while, if you’re lucky enough – you tend to find one of these people around you. Well, you sure as hell make that cut…