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OK, so pictures like this (art related posts) get less engagement, compared to other posts, however I'm still going ahead and putting this up. This one shows the progress on my Best Movies of 2018 and Anticipated Movies of 2019 Drawing for @dailymoviesketch. Progress has been slow since I've been tied up with work and I also had an art exhibition last weekend. The drawing of John Krasinski from "A Quiet Place" was done mostly during the art event. This was the drawing I was working on, in the photos on Stories. Though each of these drawings is one inch square in size, I'm still taking time to detail them. I'm posting this photo on both @karthikabhiram and @dailymoviesketch, the latter more to give a progress update and not to keep that account idle. Let's see how soon I'll be able to finish this, hopefully before one of the 2019 Anticipated Movies is released! #canon #5DMarkIII #85mmf18 #DAILYMOVIESKETCH #KARTHIKABHIRAM
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Day 2 of @nrtyaculture Showcase / Art Exhibition at Olive Bistro! Check @karthikabhiram for more pictures and stories. Yesterday I shared a table with @sripriyatham and @the_onyxmethod. Had a good time and thanks everyone who came and visited us! Second picture thanks to @gowriabhiram. #vsco #google #pixel2xl #pixel2 #TEAMPIXEL #KARTHIKABHIRAM #DAILYMOVIESKETCH
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Art Exhibition, Day 1. I had my @dailymoviesketch artworks on display at Olive Bistro today. There are 25 different artworks of which I had kept prints (these are for sale, INR 75 per print). I had my original works on display too in the form of my sketchbooks. It was nice meeting other artists and thanks to everyone who came. I will be there at Olive Bistro again tomorrow, from around 2 PM till 8 PM. If you missed it today, do come tomorrow. Check @karthikabhiram for two posts with more pictures from the event, and check stories there for even more photos! I'll add them to a Story Highlight too. #vsco #google #pixel2xl #DAILYMOVIESKETCH #TEAMPIXEL #KARTHIKABHIRAM
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This weekend! Come to Olive Bistro, for this event! 75+ artists and live music, and a free entry! I'll be exhibiting my @dailymoviesketch artworks here — there will be framed original works and I'll be carrying my sketchbooks, and I will also have some prints of my work up for sale. The event starts at 1 PM on both days, and I and my artist friends will be there till late evening / night. People who I know are participating include @sripriyatham, @mangopenciler, @the_onyxmethod, @navarts_studios, @marzia_li, @confessionofthehe_art. #KarthikAbhiram #DailyMovieSketch
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#ThrowbackThursday A sketch of “Rick and Morty” from June 2017. The one I posted at that time was a digitally coloured version, this is the original pencil drawing. ..I'll be exhibiting my artworks (originals as well as prints which will be on sale) at an event happening this weekend (Nrtya Showcase at Olive Bistro). Ticket link in bio….#DailyMovieSketch #rickandmorty
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Black Mirror: Bandersnatch (2018)Directed by David SladeFirst sketch being posted in 2019 (I need to get used to putting 19 for the date instead of 18 now)! I started work on my Best Movies of 2018 and Anticipated Movies of 2019 artwork, but that will take some time for me to complete.I re-watched "Bandersnatch" yesterday, selecting some different options than what I chose earlier (see my earlier post — this is an interactive film where you get to guide the narrative by choosing different options). I got to view a different ending that I hadn't seen before.This is a drawing of Will Poulter as Colin Ritman, during an LSD fuelled scene (hence the distortion of the eyes). The music playing in this scene is Tangerine Dream's "Love on a Real Train". The drawing was done with 0.5mm 2B mechanical pencil on A6 Brustro sketchbook and scanned.#DailyMovieSketch #blackmirrorbandersnatch #blackmirror #bandersnatch #pencilart #tangerinedream#409 / 1-Jan-19
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Wishing everyone a very Happy New Year and all the very best wishes for 2019. Thanks to all of you who have followed my work and supported me, I'm always very grateful for that. I started work on my annual @dailymoviesketch artwork showing the Best Movies of 2018 and the Anticipated Movies of 2019. Let's hope it turns out well! I'm posting this photo on both my accounts, @karthikabhiram and @dailymoviesketch. #vsco #canon #5dmarkiii #85mmf18 #DAILYMOVIESKETCH #KarthikAbhiram #Bestof2018 #happynewyear #happynewyear2019
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Bird Box (2018)Directed by Susanne BierA Netflix original film, this one is a post apocalyptic horror / thriller set in a time where much of humanity has been wiped out by creatures that cause people to kill themselves if they look at them. It's five years after the incident happened, and Malorie (SandraBullock) must get to a promised safe haven along with two children. Much of the film though is composed of flashbacks showing how this apocalypse happened.It's an interesting film but one definitely has a strong sense of deja vu through the whole thing. It reminded me of films like Zack Snyder's version of "Dawn of the Dead", "A Quiet Place", "The Walking Dead", and "28 Days Later". The film is definitely effective, the performances are good and the suspense and tension is quite nicely done. The music score is by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, and it's good as well.Overall it's worth watching but I don't think it's an extraordinary movie.I drew Sandra Bullock as Mallorie, with her blindfold. It was drawn with Bic ballpoint pen and blue colour pencil and scanned.#DailyMovieSketch #birdbox#408 / 30-Dec-18
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Black Mirror: Bandersnatch (2018)Directed by David Slade This morning I watched "Black Mirror: Bandersnatch" on Netflix (doesn't it sound like a variation of Benedict Cumberbatch's name?). It's a Netflix Interactive Film (not an episode of the series though), which means there are choices you make during the presentation that guide the outcome. It is July 1984, and programmer Stefan (Fionn Whitehead) is working on a video game adaptation of a "choose your adventure" type book called "Bandersnatch" – something which may be causing him to lose a grip on reality.It's a novel concept and I thought it was very well done but the storyline (at least the three or so paths / endings that I saw) wasn't as engaging to me and didn't have a proper resolution like some other excellent "Black Mirror" episodes. Well, maybe there is one optimal path that presents the best overall storyline which one can discover on re-watch. There are apparently five different endings of the film and varying runtimes (the average is 90 min). Check online, people have already made flowcharts of the differing paths of the film.It's very much a "Black Mirror" film since there are references to earlier episodes in it. And it's very much a Netflix film as there are meta references to that as well.The production values are splendid as is par for any Black Mirror episodes – gorgeous cinematography (I did notice some shifting aspect ratios), production design evoking the 1980s feel, and the game itself seems authentic (they refer to fitting the entire game in 40K, which is as much space as old games had to use for everything – logic, graphics and sound). Definitely do check it out – it's certainly an experience.This is a quick sketch of the title image that comes on Netflix. I had actually scribbled a drawing on one page of my sketchbook which I was not happy with (swipe to see it), so I used a black marker to black it all out and I drew this with white gel pen. When scanned it produced all these vivid colours so I kept it in, and I made a B&W version, and a high contrast one as well. I'm also posting a picture of how the choices appear while watching the movie.#407 / 29-Dec-18
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