Tak Tak!





And another book I'm doing for Karadi tales called 'Tak! Tak!'
This one's a spooky story for kids *gasps * 
 

10 comments:

girlinthedirtyshirt said...

i adore your work. i love the work you did for the kabir project muchly. and my, the illustrations you ve done are just beautiful. :)

Manasi Subramaniam said...

:-)

bharat said...

what you've used to paint? watercolors?

Scherezade said...

So, I didn't get around to mailing you but I have given you a "Kreativ Blogger" award.
:)
You can claim it from me bloggie!

Scherezade said...

So, I didn't get around to mailing you but I have given you a "Kreativ Blogger" award.
:)
You can claim it from me bloggie!

Shilo Shiv Suleman said...

inks and acrylics mixed up mainly. :)
thankoo

Hari Adivarekar said...

this one is also turning out lovely....although I really like the colours in the first one...:)

Rohon said...

LOVe your work....

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