True Stories of Valour and Sacrifice :
A cover page of a graphic novel that I have recently done.
This is going to be a series on our Indian Martyrs of Kargil War in Kashmir.
Hand sketched and then CS5
An illustration for the book cover, done by hand on an A4 page with Micron 0.01 pen and watercolors. Later, the colorful boxes in the background is done in Photoshop.
— at National Institute of Design, India.
A project that had come to FHOA, for a themepark's safety video's concepts and character designs. Had to come up with many characters for Dr. Roy and also with the treatment for the various animated safety videos too.
We were 3 people (Aditya Yadav and Neerav Doshi) who came up with the characters above. Later the character designed by my was taken into the consideration.
A commercial we did for the Samsung Tab. Brainstorming with the client and the Creative Head of FHOA, we came up with this visualization. Later then it was my responsibility to put it on paper of whatever we had discussed, to make it easier for the production people.
Here's the link of the final commercial, its on-air too. Go through it.
A Matte Painting, of one of the background for the commercial of Disney's Princess Products. . .
Have used more than 20 images and then Color Correction, masking and all to give it a feel of a fantasy forest. Done in Photoshop. Its on air too.
I was very fascinated with SCULPTRIS, a new 3D sculpting software launched by PIXOLOGIC "the makers of ZBrush". A software which is very easy to use and funnnn too. I took the opportunity to throw together a quick speed sculpt. I wasn't going for refined precision - more just going for something that looks interesting and gets done quickly. No reference, but had been playing THE DARK KNIGHT movie on VLC(Always on top) side by side. This represents about 5 hours of sculpting in the office, and then the colored version in Photoshop. Hope you'll like it and please feel free to drop some comments n feedback.
The new version of Sculptris is currently available as a free download at: pixologic.com/sculptris.