Live sketch completed in two hours yesterday. My sitter went for a somber look while posing and watching TV, only to realize in the end that she would have liked a smiling pose lot more. She vows to watch a funnier episode next time ^_^
Life has been very busy lately but I stole sometime the other night for this work.
When you’ve given yourself just 30 minutes to sketch because it’s almost bedtime and you cheat and stretch it to an hour . No outlines, no proportions. A very free hand sketch. What do you think how did this turn out?
I haven’t posted in a while even though I’ve completed some artworks. The main reason is that the phone app doesn’t allow uploading pics and videos from phone. And I wasn’t able to find time to download all that to laptop and then upload to the blog here.
I will try to post them all as soon as possible. Here is a process-video of my portrait drawing of Indian cricket player MS Doni. We Indians love him.
You can also see a condensed/shorter version here
Here is my latest sketch/portrait of Ranbir Kapoor. I really liked his work in ‘Barfi’. Portrait making processes are fun to watch. So, here is the making of portrait. Click on Video for MUSIC. Click on HD mark on right hand side for better clarity. I hope you guys enjoy watching it.
A shorter version is available here
Here is yet another portrait study from a few days back.
“Humko aaj kal hai…. intezaar…. koyi aaye ….”
What do you love about Madhuri Dixit – Nene? Type in comments below.
Some people have a signature feature, which if you don’t get right, will toss your portrait right away. And for this reason, somehow I wasn’t sure if this one came out alright because Madhuri has a very distinct smile. A friend saw it yesterday and said she loved it. My family said the same. So, I’m posting this work here.
What do you think?
#Art #FineArt #MadhuriDixit #Portrait
From the sketchbook today is a portrait done on 9″x12″ dry media paper. Have a great start to your week with dosa, coffee n what not
A mouth sketch study before I went off to bed yesterday night. Took about 30-40 minutes.
What I like the most about Shah Rukh Khan is his sense of humor; seems like such a jovial guy. Here is a portrait I drew of Shah Rukh Khan during last week. 7 plus hours of work spread over a couple of days, condensed in 1.5 minutes of Video.
Watch it and SHARE this video if you liked it. Click on HD mark on right hand side bottom to see HD quality video. Click on Video for MUSIC.
This is the first time I’m posting a making video of a portrait. I had made one for Batman but this one is quite different with all the skin tones to be done. I hope you enjoy watching the process.
For more of my artworks, find me on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/penpencilandstories