So as I started to sketch these teacups, my mind wandered off to that of 19th century England, where "tea and balls" were a high society thing and asking someone if they cared for a cup was actually considered as host ethics (still is, but oh well) Anyway, the era of the 19th century was … Continue reading Care for a Cup of Tea?
As I drew the armchair of the sketch, my first thoughts about it were the comfort taht I'd get from sitting on the chair and the number of books that would surround me as I sit there, sipping a cup of hot chocolate. It kind of reminded me of the corner nook that you could … Continue reading Keep Calm and Read – An Ideal Reading Spot
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)
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