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#Drawdinovember inspires

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… to create the most useless project ever. I should be drawing everyday. Anything. Since the #DrawDinovember challenge floated this challenge to artists on instagram, I figured this could make me do something never attempted before. Drew one dinosaur for every day of the month through November and December. By the time it was over, there was this collection of 30 drawings. So here’s an infographic on 30 dinosaurs in chronological order- all hand-drawn.

Dinosaur infographic

 

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Comics and frames

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We grew up on comics like its the only literature we ever needed. Once in a while, we did wish we created those characters that are now part of our minds like snail goo trailing all over a wall.Here’s putting together a collection of random comic frames done in the last few years.

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Reading takes you anywhere

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Had to contribute in some way for CSR in my firm. Since doodling is what I do best, here goes a bookmark art.

One light year space junkie

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Normally each doodle takes no more than a few hours to finish. But this guy took almost a year. Don’t know why. That light year space junkie blasting off in full glory.

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Android sketchability

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Can’t ignore Android devices spewing out from the sewers these days. I tend to instantly download Sketchbook Pro or use the scribble software to see the screen response to drawing strokes. Have to tip my hat to iPhone here. The screen on Apple devices is far from sensitive than the Samsung screens. Anyway here are some random scribbles done on a Samsung Galaxy Grand.
Evil kid
Pull!
Time to go, sport.
Warrior, prepare.

Resolve, reconcile, ride.

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Its one of those midnight sketches that make you go on and on till you fall asleep. This just had to be done. The ball pen with which this was done cost Rs. 5; so much for spending Rs.20,000 on a Wacom tablet!