Spreads of July 2020

This month was a picnic gingham theme, and although the doodles were pretty simple to recreate, I didn't have a light red marker, so I had to kind of make do with a deep red shade. It did look a bit different in the end, but that's fine. *Credits to AmandaRachLee on Youtube for putting … Continue reading Spreads of July 2020

Color gradients in a Flower Festival

As I sketched this, my mind started to waver to the different color gradients that a flower could possess. And the next thing that I had also pondered about was the way florists arranged these flowers in a flower festival. The flowers are usually arranged in a particular design, or put together in a float … Continue reading Color gradients in a Flower Festival

Lord Shiva (In Terms of Mythology and Hinduism)

Siva is known to be one of the most important Gods in the Hindu pantheon and along with Brahma and Vishnu, is considered a member of the holy trinity (trimurti) of Hinduism. As a  complex character, he may represent goodness, benevolence and serve as the Protector but he also has a darker side as the … Continue reading Lord Shiva (In Terms of Mythology and Hinduism)

A Moon ft. House of Earth and Blood

So, when I took this picture to sketch, the first thing that ran in my mind was that it was very similar to the cover of the book House of Earth and Blood by Sarah J Mass. Although I haven't read the book, I have heard that it's pretty good. I haven't read too many … Continue reading A Moon ft. House of Earth and Blood

Underwater Sea Theme ft. Zentangle Art

Zentangle - An American method for drawing, which not only promotes concentration and creativity but at the same time increases personal well-being. Zentangle was invented by a monk named Rick Roberts and an artist named Maria Thomas. With Zentangle they created a combination of meditation and art. It is an easy-to-learn, relaxing, and fun way … Continue reading Underwater Sea Theme ft. Zentangle Art

My first sketch ft. Micron Pens

So, I drew this house which actually looked like it came out of a fairy tale, and this was my first time using micron pens as my method of sketching instead of the usual shading pencils. Micron Pens usually give out thin sharp lines and the Pigma micron pens were the first disposable fine tip … Continue reading My first sketch ft. Micron Pens

A Trip to A Monastery in the mountains

On a holy conquest with inner peace in mind, I had set off on a backpacking trip to a monastery in the Tibetan mountains which have clearly proven that they are the best in achieving such results according to The Telegraph. As I reached the base of the mountain, a layer of cold had enveloped … Continue reading A Trip to A Monastery in the mountains

Monthly Spreads for June 2020

So I really had a lot of fun making the retro 50's diner spreads; I think it was one of the best spreads that I recreated. It was around that time that I started learning about calligraphy and a lot more fonts which got me interested... https://www.instagram.com/p/CAsOqOkjh25/ https://www.instagram.com/p/CAz3YYLDvGd/ https://www.instagram.com/p/CBK0dSLj-Kg/ https://www.instagram.com/p/CBaJ8vCDJ36/ https://www.instagram.com/p/CBrzZnHjc7b/ https://www.instagram.com/p/CB-RyhLjQ7T/