Corridor

May 25, 2007

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‘Corridor’ by Satish G
Tools used: Pencil and Add Gel Pen
Concept: Imaginative sketch roughly based on ancient European architecture.
Time taken for completion: 10 days
Description: The illustration is a series of horizontal lines of different intensities.

14 Responses to “Corridor”

  1. Varun Says:

    My God!!! This is Fabulous!!!!

  2. anoop Says:

    very good use of horizontal lines of different intensities to denote the shades. which place?

  3. satish.G Says:

    Thanks Varun and Anoop. The imaginative sketch is roughly based on ancient European architecture.

  4. TSSM Says:

    Satish,
    Super.
    What is the mantap like thing on the staircase?

  5. Prashanth M Says:

    Amazing!! beautiful work!!

  6. usha Says:

    Very nice piece

    Thanx for sharing

  7. shark Says:

    a very nice piece of art… good work🙂

  8. mouna Says:

    satish,
    superb, is it a pencil sketch??

    i’ve done something on european architecture too, with water paints in black and white…

    black and white… anyday🙂

  9. bachodi Says:

    Charcoal art ? Really good one. Guess he’as used lot of patience to finish it.

  10. Vani Says:

    Amazing piece!

  11. praneshachar Says:

    satishji
    a wonderful piece of work keep going
    bellur
    thanks for putting it in RWB we are all lucky to see such things
    great blog great work great simply great
    congrats for reaching 100000 (one lakh or hundred thousand hits) mile stones after mile stones

  12. Shashikiran Says:

    Pleasing lines; haunting effect. Thanks!


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