Thursday, July 2, 2009

Pages of my Intern Work







My internship under Abhishek Singh was enlightening. It was here that I decided to remove all the shoddy work I had done... was cathartic for me to an extent. Anyway, I feel good with the new posts.

These are the final six pages of my short story. People may find it linguistically deficient and obtrusively loose- because it is deliberate. And if you don't... THEN I really need to get back to my thinking desk. I try to chalk a character out that I don't expect to be grammatically honed. It is bound to have spices of Hindi all over her conversation. Otherwise she sounds pretentious and verbose. Anyway, lot of talking already!

Abhishek was happy with my work- gave me suggestions on where I could possibly improve. I am his humble fan! Keeps motivating me for better work.

18 comments:

robi pena said...

Hey Sami :-)!! Beautiful blog you have, wonderful and beautiful works my friend!! Greats from the Suisse!!

lostinarc said...

Hey thank oyu very much...you too have lot of nice black n white render stuff...i really like the landscape you have done...great job...

Nanga Fakir said...

Now we're talking!

Don't approve of your decision to delete the old stuff though.

Art Fan Ako said...

I'm happy with your work. :) Nice details and scanning around your blog, I can see you have an artist's eyes and hands.

sami in chains said...

@Robi Pena: It is so encouraging to see your comment here. I am just too fortunate I guess!

@Lost in Arc: Thanks man. It is a pleasure to hear from you.

@Nanga Fakir: Yeah! Learned a lot during these days.

@Art Fan Ako: Oh, that ("artist's eyes and hands") was the sweetest thing somebody has ever said. Many thanks.

Mònica Estrada said...

hi! thanks for your comment!
I love your brushworks :)

Gulzar said...

Wow! nice ya..an intern under Abhishek! He has some real nice talent hidden in him...

I like your progress! Keep it up!
All the best!

Gulzar

Eric Barclay said...

Incredible work! Thanks so much for your kind comments-- they made my day. Happy to have found your blog... your work is amazing.

Tathagata Dasgupta said...

how does intern in your world work? I mean how different is it thn you sitting at home and designing the graphic novel (like the suicide one).

On deleting previous work:
It is was very interesting to see how your work was evolving - I culd have kept both of the suicide-wala novel and this one side by side and compared. Fuck yourself - why did you have to delete it!

PHOTOGENIC DEVIL said...

ur brilliant !!

sami in chains said...

@ Monica Estrada: Thanks dudette!

@Gulzar: I appreciate your kind words sir. Thanks for the encouragement.

@Eric: It is sheer pleasure to see your comment here. Thanks for all the support.

@Tathagata: There's just the difference of a name, but that was worth it.
And I rightly deleted my previous work. I stand by it.

@Photogenic Devil: You have always been sweet and kind. Thanks for the support.

pablo pablo said...

Very nice works!

Tommaso Valsecchi said...

Absolutely impressive! Really a good work!

sami in chains said...

@Pablo: Thanks for the kind words. And thanks again for stopping by.

@Tommaso: Thank you so much. I cannot tell you how much it means!

lorelay bove said...

beautiful work and blog! Your water colors are so bold and wonderful!

Murtuza Ali said...

cool stuff!!!!
:)
cant believe you got to work with abhishek singh! :) :)

ratheeshk said...

cool stuff man!!i like your layouts... Really a good work!

Sinu said...

Hey there... , good work with the blacks and grey tones. nice loose stroke and rough style too.