It was an honour to paint this Catholic Church (built in 1905) located in Barnsley, South Yorkshire, England. It was interesting to study the late victorian gothic architecture.
This watercolour painting was initially made for their booklet, later it was adapted to Postcards and Notecards.
From top left to right: Cheers!, Untitled, King’s cross, Maharaja, Daydreamer, Fishy boy, Afro, Heart is where home is.
Hello! First one in the illustration series which I started recently. Doodling a character a day to keep me inspired on daily basis. Subscribe to blog to follow the series.
From top left to right: stolen flowers, goddess of wealth, old friends, lets fly away, stay out, ballet and ice creams, indian street-seller, no way out.
I had made a bunch of hand-embroidered books with different titles to the cover. Fly high is one of them. This is my sketchbook now and I am totally loving it. I will be sharing some of the doodles soon!
Nature has always been an inspiration and I found myself go deeper in the last one month of being away from work and routine life. I drew this at my friend’s garden in London, who had moved into a new house a few months ago. The earlier owner had sowed various seeds last year, so each week something new had been popping out of the garden. Just two weeks after I returned to India I was told about the blackberries guest appearance!
All over York there were yellow flowers and bicycles to welcome the Tour de France. Many stores had yellow themed window displays, but this one grabbed my attention instantly.