Hey there! This time I have some blind contour drawings for you guys.✏️ Have you ever tried drawing an object, without actually looking at the paper you are drawing on? This is about understanding the power of ‘line’ as an element. Thanks to my wonderful Professor Neha, as she described it: The intention of the blind … More ever tried blind contour drawing?
Hey! I am back with one of my designs that is close to my heart. This is a perfect design to start fresh after a long break for the exams. It is special for 2 reasons- one it being my very first diy jewellery design after so long, still remember the jewellery making box, we used … More ‘a gift’
I have been working really hard to get through all my design drawings for my final exams. Will be back soon, with more of my designs! exam stress…WORK..WORK…WORK HARDER EXAMS please be nice to me!
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Welcome back to another meet and greet weekend! For this event, I’d like to explore what you’d want to be “when you grow up” if there were no limits. If money, school, location, or any other factors were no problem, what would you want to be?…
Last weekend, I was cleaning up, probably tried to declutter my pretty messed up table and cupboard, and found these empty plastic bottles which I kept for some silly project of mine- but never really worked on it! Leaving the ‘clean up my table’ mission, which is not done yet, I ended up utilising the time for … More it’s waste to art this time!
Another design product accomplished! I have been waiting for the moment, when I could share this design piece with you all. Before finding my inspiration, I was studying the architectural style, executed in Delhi and, specifically, furniture designs by the British Architect Edwin Lutyens. A little about the Architect: He is one of the well known architects of 19th & … More ‘a magazine rack- of metal art’
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I always wondered how much hardwork a designer puts in her designs for getting the theme, the concept, the lines, the colour, all the visuals together. It is just a part of the process where one is a dreamer, sketching the ideas on paper and working towards living that dream into reality, working together with a … More ‘doing some furniture designing’
The moment I see a waste piece of paper by my side, I always tend to fold it-cut it-twist it-or even crush it sometimes, to form different set of textures, surfaces, products, and many more. A paper lamp, this exercise had been a great exploration in paper folding technique as an extension of my love … More ‘working with paper is so much fun’
This artwork is an outcome of listening to 2 different music styles while painting. It was part of the process which started with choosing the music and portraying all of it on sheets of paper, and then overlapping them to create this melange of music. Quite a lot of fun as I remember, also needed … More music through my paint brush