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Practice Makes Perfect: The Artistic Journey You Have to Watch

Subhojit Mondal(@subhojit_modal_art) and Vishal(@draw_with_vishal) share their art journey in hopes to inspire others and motivate them.

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Journey of an art

Art is a way for us to express what we feel – our emotions and thoughts. Art is an escape from reality. But art is also a way to depict reality. Art is our way of understanding the mysteries of the world and sharing it; a way to express our desires, when words alone aren’t enough.

People create characters and narrate stories through art – a reality that doesn’t exist. Others portray real-life elements and people in their drawings. But for all of these you need to understand how to create art. While you do have full artistic freedom, you still need to learn the language.

It’s similar to learning a language like English or Hindi, to communicate our thoughts. You first will need to learn and understand how to use the letters and words. Then you move on to sentence formations. Then you can actually communicate whatever image you have in your head in a way that people around you can understand.

This works for art too. You need to learn how to draw 3-dimensional figures in a 2-dimensional surface. Understanding planes and perspectives, lights and shadows, and how to draw them following guidelines helps you communicate your story better. No artist learns to paint the perfect piece in one day. There is no short cut.

The art journey of two immaculate young artists who are now earning a living creating art proves this.

Subhojit Mondal (@subhojit_mondal_art) is a 16-year-old artist from West-Bengal with an Instagram following of over 16,000. His YouTube channel, Subhojit Mondal Art has over 160,000 subscribers. He makes realistic portraits using different mediums and does a lot of commission work. Not only this, his Youtube channel is filled with entertaining challenges and inspiring content.

But Subhojit Mondal didn’t get all this success in one day. It took years for him to master his art and he continues to learn. And we get to see this journey of 9 years in a video titled “My Art Journey” uploaded on the 24th of February. This video shows the reality, the efforts, the practice that he has put over the years to better and perfect his art. Flipping through thousands of art pieces, you get to see the maturity that comes. All the way from his first painting of carrots to the most recent one, he goes through books after books. Same art piece practised over and over again, some good some bad.

And it’s the over 1000 pieces that have helped him get where he is today.

Credits: YouTube (Subhojit Mondal Art)

Vishal (@draw_with_vishal) is another young artist who decided to share his art journey in hopes to inspire and motivate others. In his video “My 10 years of Art Journey” which he uploaded on the 6th of July’20, he emphasizes on the importance of practice. His video is more emotional as he narrates his experience with art over the course of his life. Sharing his work, he shows the raw reality of an artist – they aren’t perfect. They too needed to learn and practice. With each painting, they get better. Experimenting with different mediums to find their perfect one, practising and mastering the mediums, you simply have to do it over and over again. Before showing his recent art – which is awe-inspiring – he shows all the art studies and anatomy practices that he has done to understand how to portray 3-dimensional elements on a paper.

We get a chance to see both the artists start from scratch, learn and grow. The simple reality is with each piece you create, you evolve. You learn, you see things differently. And this helps you mature, both in your work and your perception of the world.

Credits: YouTube (Draw with Vishal)
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If Multi-Talented Had a Name, Then It’s Vrushali!

Meet software developer and artist extraordinaire Vrushali from vrush_arts. Hers is an incredible story!

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Vrushali

The great thing about art (no matter what the world tries to say) is that art is accessible and safe for everyone. Art comes from within. It’s embedded within the code that makes all humans, truly human. You can embrace art to escape, express, emote and exist. It’s the perfect outlet. And the best part is that you get to define what it means to you. To you, art can mean anything. You can study it in school, write a dissertation on it or just lazily doodle something and be equally cherish-worthy. (even stick figures can do wonders)

As they say, it’s the feeling which matters. Our artist for today will not only make the colours pop but also your eyes.

Meet Vrushali

Vrushali was born in Dhule, Maharashtra and raised in Pune by a family of teachers. Her mother used to conduct tuition classes when she was about 2-3 years old. To keep the young Vrushali occupied her mother would draw some figures and ask her to fill them in with colours while she would teach. So from such an early age, Vrushali’s interest in art had blossomed.

When Vrushali reached primary school, she painted in competitions and won a lot of prizes. In fact, she even scored a perfect grade A in the Maharashtra State Board Art Examinations. (talk about an impressive feat!). Eventually, as she progressed in school (both academically and artistically) she picked up other crafts like quilling, Henna design, Rangoli making, singing and sculpting.

All of this while maintaining a pristine academic record is no mean feat. As high school approached, she began to lose touch with her creative side once career decisions and future prospects came into view.  She has a Bachelor’s in Engineering in Electronics and Telecommunication and is now working as (wait for it…)

A software developer in R&D!

Credits: Instagram (vrush_arts)

Style and Inspiration

Vrushali cites renaissance man Leonardo Da Vinci and post-impressionist Vincent Van Gogh as her biggest inspirations. Which is obvious to see, after all, greatness does beget greatness!  But personally, she calls herself a realist artist. One quick glance at her portfolio will make it quick for you to know that she loves nature. In her extremely exhausting and demanding job as a software developer, nature brings her peace of mind. Be it landscapes, florals, moonscapes and everything in between

When asked whether she, like many artists, has any hidden messages in her art she said-

 “I want to spread positivity and peace through my artworks. I get many comments on my post and messages like “This made my day ”, “Looking at your paintings make me feel happy”, “A great way to start a productive day”. This is my biggest achievement, I think. It feels amazing when someone gets inspired and happy through your arts and creativity.”

Truly, her art is nothing short of joyful.

Credits: Instagram (vrush_arts)

Challenges and Message

The daily 9-5 takes a heavy toll on the best of us. Vrushali’s job is hectic. So after 5 non-stop days of high performance and deadlines, creating art feels like therapy to her. Before the pandemic, it was hard to fit in a painting session in the week, but call it a silver lining & she picked up the skill again and started posting on Instagram. Her audience gradually felt strongly in love with her works. Now she even pursues high-end collaborations with some of the world’s topmost brands. Following her mother’s advice and belief in her abilities she now believes that one life is too short for all the heart wants to do!

Her message to all creative souls is this:

as my story tells you can be in one career and still continue your arts. It just takes confidence and dedication. You must be passionate about what you always wanted to do in your life. Set up a goal and try to achieve it. I want to tell beginners to continue their work no matter what the outcome is, one day you will succeed. Don’t give up and keep going on. Learn from YouTube and skillshare platforms and develop your skills. Don’t focus on numbers (followers on different social media like Instagram, Yt), Focus on your own skills. Try to create art for your own and don’t let social media affect your health. Quality really matters over quantity.”

Credits: Instagram (vrush_arts)

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From Saara’s Art Desk: Endearing Portraits and Illustrations

Digital Illustrator and Artist, Saara gives a glimpse of the journey behind her artistic pursuit, her fulfillments and expectations.

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Saara Art

A freelance illustrator, Saara’s desk is always set to make the cutest, most adorable art and illustrations. With all her digital portraits smiling, emitting a colourful warmth, and her comics full of positive affirmations, Saara’s work has a very wholesome quotient driving it. With immense love for her art and what she does, Saara has always found her illustrations to be an expression of herself. And all her attempts at them being so honest and sweet says a lot about the artist herself, who is working hard and loving every part of the journey that comes her way. 

Based out of Tamil Nadu, Saara’s beginning to portraits happened with drawing sketches of her friends to gift them and make their special days a little more special. After the end of her college, the start of new life came with a number of failures and stress for her. However, amidst all this, art remained her sole rescue. Doodling and journaling to find a sense of calm, Saara ended up taking art more seriously, becoming more inclined towards getting better at it.  

Credits: Instagram (Saara)

And so it was only in 2019 that the self-taught artist created her Instagram page to practice, display and perfect her work. With not a lot of resources available to her at the start, it was Youtube and Instagram plus her consistent practicing that taught her a lot. Saara admits, however, especially as she navigates the medium of digital art, that she still has plenty left to learn. Slowly, as her presence built up in the freelance space, she got her first client. Ever since then, Saara has been proud of how she’s had the chance to learn art, earn by it and also invest that into learning new and better skills, through different courses and classes. 

One striking thing about her approach is this clarity with which Saara has assessed the field of art, as a hobby and a vocation. While she understands her love for art is enough to create for herself, when it comes to pursuing it as a career she needs an expansive skillset. And that is what she is determined to work for and learn– making an art-school out of her previous works, and lessons out of her mistakes.

Very astutely pointing out the dodgy advice of ‘never giving up’, Saara corrects it and reminds it’s more about ‘not giving up easily’. The only thing that should remain the same throughout all your experiences should be your choice to put in your hundred percent effort in all of them. That’s one outlook Saara held on to throughout all her successes and failures alike. And the latter always ended up giving room to move on to something else. Had Saara not faced her share of failures, she wouldn’t have found the chance to do illustrations. It does require a little patience, but you do eventually find out what’s best for you. Like Saara believes she has for herself!

Credits: Instagram (Saara)
Credits: Instagram (Saara)
Credits: Instagram (Saara)
Credits: Instagram (Saara)
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Painting Dreams with Graphic Designer Mahalaksmi Anantharaman

There’s no dream too small or too big, as is proven by ace visual designer Mahalakshmi Anantharaman

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Mahalakshmi Anantharaman

Imagine that you just saw someone display extraordinary measures of talent in front of you. I bet I can accurately guess the kinds of emotions it will stir up. First, there’ll be an electrifying wave of energy to start something new; to learn a new art form or hone an existing skill. But once a few moments pass, a totally different kind of emotion sets in—despondency. “Ah, what’s the point. I’m too old now”, “I’ll never be as good as them”, “I never studied this in school”, “It’s just going to be another colossal waste of money”, “I just wasn’t BORN with it”. 

This needs to change!

And we might just have the perfect story to start that change. 

Mahalakshmi Anantharaman is a graphic designer from Chennai whose talent speaks before her. Limitless, free and evocative is how one will surely feel after just one glance at her portfolio. And nostalgic too, certainly. She’s weaved her love for Ghibli movies, the introvert lifestyle and fan-arts into a beautiful tapestry. She often goes with the alias—Miss Blob Brush. And when we said limitless, we meant it. From typography to monochromes to watercolours or a digital reimagining of Starry Night, it seems there is no style she isn’t adept at. At Freshworks inc she was granted the ‘Exceptional Individual Performance Q2, 2020’ title!

But would you believe me if I told you that she’s actually graduated as a Computer Engineer!👀

Credits: Instagram (Mahalakshmi Anantharaman)

The Early Days

Mahalakshmi was always an artsy person but unfortunately designing and art still isn’t given the respect it deserves as a legitimate and rewarding profession. She had to struggle a lot in trying to convince her parents that Software Engineering and Medicine aren’t the only way to succeed in life. During this time, she went through a period of great emotional turbulence. She kept comparing herself and let her originality falter. Doubt had crept in.

But the hope persevered.

The Turning point

While in her third year of pursuing a Bachelor’s in Computer Engineering from Meenakshi College, Chennai she decided to pursue graphic design full-time. She reached out to some well-known designers from institutes like IIT and NID, while she developed these networks she also prepared to give exams for some of the best design institutes in the country. But couldn’t clear them. But because she ventured out and met seasoned designers and artists, she learnt the tricks of the trade from them.

After gaining enough confidence, she started applying for industry roles as a designer and worked with a local startup called Flintobox Learning Solutions. After a year and a half, she became one of the top SaaS visual designers in Chennai! (Talk about growth!)

Currently, she works at Freshworks Inc. as a visual designer and is working hard to try new software, gain new inspirations, and use art as a medium to leave an impact in this world!

Credits: Instagram (Mahalakshmi Anantharaman)

Style

Like many illustrators and people across India, Mahalakshmi is a huge fan of Miyazaki movies and Anime. Spearheads like Kyoto Animations and Makoto Shinkai have spawned a new generation of designers who look at the world differently. Mahalakshmi herself says that she got inspired by the strong women of Ghibli movies to pursue her dreams.

And speaking of having a style, Mahalakshmi says that it’s really not mandatory to have one. Especially in the nascent stages of one’s career. Her advice to all aspirants is to keep looking for different inspirations and be as limitless & unique as you can be!

Credits: Instagram (Mahalakshmi Anantharaman)

A Message of Hope From Mahalakshmi

For the young soul who wants to pursue their dream/ passion, especially from India:

“Do strongly believe that someday in the future, you will have a platform to showcase your work and speak up for the soul who has a dream like yours. You can change the mindset of Indian families who put their child’s personal life over their career growth. Trust in yourself that you get an opportunity to change this for the better good and help budding aspirants fight for who they wish to be, irrespective of the pressure from their families. And to the Indian parents there, please do believe in your child’s support.”

So, the next time you feel like trying something but doubt starts grounding its flags; take a leaf from Mahalakshmi’s book and give it your best shot! After all, you miss 100% of the shots you don’t take!

For another inspiring story of a self-taught graphic designer check this out! 

Credits: Instagram (Mahalakshmi Anantharaman)
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Authenticity in the Age of Trends: Dipti Patel’s Illustrations

Fashion designer and illustrator, Dipti Patel gives glimpses of the ins and outs of her professional field and the many mantras that have helped her navigate it better.

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Dipti Patel

The space of freelancing for digital artists and illustrators is a pool of popular talent. Part of building your brand image within this space then is to run after authenticity, to create things in a style that can define you, that you can claim. Such has been the approach of Dipti Patel too. Fashion designer and illustrator, Dipti Patel has been part of this field for a long time now and since the very beginning, her mantra has been to let her creativity run free of popular social media trends. 

Currently based out of Ahmedabad, Dipti always had an inclination for fashion silhouettes, the colours, patterns, fabric. After completing school, she took that interest ahead by majoring in design and entering the same industry on the work front Having worked with brands like Myntra and Aditya Birla Fashions as a fashion designer for over 8 years, Dipti’s move into illustration was based on a fluke. 

Back then, working in corporate, she would only get time to focus on her art only on the weekends. She started her Instagram page in 2016 with no plans or intentions, and while she would post different kinds of works, doodles, typography, etc, it was her fashion illustrations that would always garner more viewership than others. Perhaps, it was because this genre of illustration was new and more appealing for the space then. Once the audience for it was built up, she started getting requests for artworks for couples, wedding invites being one kind, and in time Dipti took a turn to it full and proper. Now, with her page running with a following of more than 37k and her own website too, from a weekend illustrator, she has taken up the illustration-art business as a full-time occupation. 

Credits: Instagram (Dipti Patel)

And one of the reasons why she is happier with this change is because everything that she is doing now is her own, has her name etched onto it. And fuelling her entire motivation to continue working is the fact that people appreciate and come to her for her art and creativity. Her clients value her work as much as she does and that is what sustains her artistic endeavors professionally. In this same light, her favourite part of being an illustrator is being able to give back to her clients by giving life to their vision. Apart from getting to interact with lovely people, good conversations to understand the work they want, it is turning their imagination into a tangible creation the most joyful of all things for Dipti.

Working independently is not easy or effortless as some would have you believe. This understanding came early to Dipti, who respects her work, the field, and her clients in all measures. Initially started on a freelance basis, Dipti has successfully converted her passion into a full-time profession. The professional approach to her work has resulted in highly organised schedules and plans, while she makes sure that all the parties involved in her projects get their due and nobody’s time is wasted. This organised base is also the foundation of her creative process too, surprisingly. It begins with jotting down the raw inspiration of ideas and later scrutinizing them to choose and pick apart to then going on to create her drafts. 

Credits: Instagram (Dipti Patel)

With her jam-packed days following clienteles and commissioned works, she makes sure to create as many artworks as she can, with all their experimentation and explorations, whenever her workload allows her that liberty. And she is happy with maintaining this balance (with all their fluctuations) because that’s the part and parcel of the profession. Where she is now is what the old her aspired for, so Dipti feels there’s no room to complain of anything really.

With an experiential, professional insight, Dipti’s lessons and advice to beginners in the field come with legitimacy. She stresses on following your own aesthetic authenticity as the first practice of creativity. And to have faith in time, because nothing ever happens overnight. Keep doing what you do, and when you stand to admire somebody else’s success, don’t overlook the progress it might have taken them to reach that position. This perspective is not only a positive approach towards appreciating others’ creativity but when learned, will be a healthy way to view your own trajectory too. 

And lastly, even as she has relied on social media for professional means, she still reminds, as she often does to herself, to not get carried away with it. Practice seeing your work away from it, in its own originality and light. And that’s how Dipti’s own work stands out too, authentic, genuine, and all her own. 

Credits: Instagram (Dipti Patel)
Credits: Instagram (Dipti Patel)
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Lone Ships, Cramped Streets And Grand Spires: Watercolour Paintings

We bring you five incredibly talented artists whose watercolour paintings are nothing short of absolutely stunning.

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Watercolour Paintings

Watercolour paintings, personally speaking, hold a special place. Amongst all the other mediums of art, watercolours, perhaps, sit as one of the most versatile. The manner in which artists use watercolours to give texture to their pieces is something that I truly envy. This holds even more relevance as it is something that you will see as a recurring phenomenon in the works of the artists that are listed below. 

Today, we bring you five incredibly talented artists whose works are mesmerizing enough to put a little pause in your day.

Amit Kapoor 

Amit Kapoor’s work with watercolours is largely based around urban landscapes. That’s not to say his landscapes are primarily based around an urban scene where life is lived at an incredibly fast pace. Rather, Kapoor’s artwork is a mix of the old and the new. In a lot of the pieces, there are significant marks of a blend between Colonial Calcutta and the cramped streets of busy Delhi. Curiously, one of the most notable features of Kapoor’s artwork is his penchant to paint sprawling architectural sites, each marked by intricately designed spires which are deeply reminiscent of, somewhat, older British architecture. Amit Kapoor’s work, undoubtedly, has this ability to bring forth a flood of nostalgia. 

Credits: Instagram (Amit Kapoor)
Credits: Instagram (Amit Kapoor)

Kangkan Das

Kangkan Das’s watercolour paintings are the complete opposite of the artist mentioned above. Das focuses his art on the fringe. Well, ‘fringe’ isn’t exactly the right word here. What I mean to say is that Das uses beautiful rural landscapes as subjects for his artwork. There is definitely a running theme here and it becomes increasingly evident as you scroll through his work. With a darker colour palette, Das uses his brush to bring incredible scenes of rural solitude to life.  A particularly striking piece is Kangkan Das’s rendition of ‘The Battle of Chesma’, inspired by the works of the Russian master, Ivan K. Aivazovsky. 

Credits: Instagram (Kangkan Das)
Credits: Instagram (Kangkan Das)

Prakashan Puthur

There is no denying it. Prakashan Puthur’s artwork is interwoven with his heart and home. With beautiful scenes that remind you of the backwaters of Kerala, Puthur definitely gets a little nostalgic while painting. After all, art is all about diving into the things you hold dearest. However, Puthur does not restrict himself to one subject. From ruined ships that lie abandoned to the Bahla Fort in Oman, Prakashan Puthur’s artwork is quite literally a part of him. They are fragments of his experiences and memories, immortalized beautifully with the brightest of shades.

Credits: Instagram (Prakashan Puthur)
Credits: Instagram (Prakashan Puthur)

Akash Bahiramkar

At first glance, Akash Bahiramkar seems to stretch his pieces to include a motley bunch of scenes. From port towns and churches with grand spires to a lone ship adorned with crimson red sails, Bahiramkar branches out to a multitude of subjects. If you look closer, however, you will notice the vibrancy with which Bahiramkar paints these scenes. For Bahiramkar, the theme, interestingly, does not lie within the subject. Instead, the focal point is the manner in which Bahiramkar uses colours to give a certain depth and flourish to each piece.

Credits: Instagram (Akash Bahiramkar)
Credits: Instagram (Akash Bahiramkar)

Varun Singh

Varun Singh may just be the youngest artist on this list. I say that as if age has anything to do with talent or creativity. The inconsequential aside, Singh’s artwork is nothing short of marvelous. With incredibly textured pieces, Singh paints truly stunning scenes. From central marketplaces, thronging with a crowd, to a quiet dining interior that just exudes a sense of calm, Singh’s watercolour paintings are really worth taking a deeper look at. A noteworthy piece of his is one where he beautifully depicts sunlight streaming through a doorway. It’s not something that is directly obvious. However, the more you examine the painting, the clearer it becomes that Varun Singh’s artistic grasp goes far beyond anything you and I would understand.

Credits: Instagram (Varun Singh)
Credits: Instagram (Varun Singh)
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