Here is the entirety of the storyboard I’ve done for Rona, and the Legend of the Kodiaks, which you can check out right here.
A fan-art of an upcoming Bollywood film, “Bhavesh Joshi – Superhero”. You can watch the trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYsdZHc7MI8
The first illustration among many upcoming ones in a personal Tarot project that me and few others have been undertaking lately, where I create the art for the symbolism devised by those who understand decks like the Rider-Waite to help visualize it. These cards are also inspired by another classic story that has a cult-following but has largely been forgotten by the mainstream.
Can you guess who the character in this image is?
A while back, AV Originals commissioned me to create a short-film length animation for their story, called Rona: Legend of the Kodiaks. While I’ve animated for other companies before, this was my very first animation of this quality. So, despite the amount of work it may potentially lead to, I ambitiously accepted it.
You can watch the full animation here.
Have you watched the Wonder Woman movie yet? I swear to Zeus, it’s the best thing ever. Here’s the art. Description is down below.
This was commissioned to me in the honor of a saxophonist, Lord Yancyy. The line-art is based on an actual photo, but altered and redrawn in some respects.
This summer, I was commissioned for two animated videos to promote Gunvan Bharat’s registrations openings — one which I’m not really proud of (given the rushed deadline), and another which I really like how it turned out. This post is about the latter.
The brief for this one given to me was simple, frame-by-frame animation (aka, frames drawn by hand), with the style being nothing but clean lines.
Of course, there were aspects of the storyboard that couldn’t be quickly done by hand given the tight deadline, so I had to resort to cheating — using backface culling and motion tweens in 3D space — while still giving it the appearance of hand-drawn animation.
The tools used in this project were Krita (for frame-by-frame animation), Synfig and Blender (for everything else).
A few years back I was asked to help RollingStache Studios create a promotional video for a brand new social media app called Doobbear. So, with every ounce of my skill at my disposal, from storyboarding, to animation, I did just that, along with help from artists from the studio handling illustrations, certain aspects of motion graphics, as well as the final compilation and sound design.
Since I was proficient in them — and because it was entirely possible as well as convenient — I stuck through the entire project with opensource software, such as Inkscape, Krita, Synfig and Blender.
Some time back I was requested to do some branding work for Travel o’ Wiki. The catch was that they had a shoestring budget in terms of starting off their brand and required core collaterals — mostly a Logo, Mascot, Letterhead and Business Card — for the launch of their website.
They also required specific colors for their brand — black and orange — although, I believed adding byzantium would enhance the brand.
Considering this was my first major branding project, I did my best to create the necessary collaterals, including the mascot in several poses and various uses.