this one has come out well. Great job. congrats da!
awesome work! looks like he's holding a legitimate chord too! and was about to ask if u'd tried to draw kc :)
You are not the first one to ask that! :) .. does it even remotely resemble KC!?! Anyways thanks..
very nice :)
He looks like a Irish man. Rather first generation Irish man. Looks real cool
Carlos Rajinikantana !!Sorry da, I just had to say it.. :)
wow..it seriously is really amazing for something imaginative
lovely work, prasad. the expression on the musicians face is brilliant. would love if you could do similar on indian instruments - like the veena/sithar/flute. see this from the pallava sculptorhttp://gallery.poetryinstone.in/d/3616-2/man+playing+flute.jpghttp://www.poetryinstone.in/lang/en/2009/02/06/govardhana-the-hillock-umbrella-sri-kudavoil-balasubramaniam.htmlrgdsvj
@varun, sathanga & Suman: Thanks :) @Alagiri: Irish!?! All we need to do is replace the guitar with a banjo! ;) @Vj: Definitely will give it a shot. I was just experiment with charcoal and trying to draw things out of imagination. Temple art is still my fav! :)
@sid : Rajinikanth , Carlos Santana, Irish , Kunal Kapoor, KC.. The eye sees what it wants to.. :P
very nice pictures:)
looks like a high-funda type rajini :)
@Dharshini , Anjana :Hat tip. :)
Hi,First time to your blog. You should post more sketches. I use to paint, mainly oil painting and have tried charcoal for a michael jackson's portrait. Nice work :)
@Dot.Will try to update this blog more often. Thanks for your comments. :) . Couldn't find paintings on ur blog. Do post them.
Hey Raghavendra.. Amazing work! Amazing detailing of the expression using charcoal!! I just happened to come across.. subscribing to it right away :)
Thanks for the comment and encouragement Deepak!
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