Saturday, 31 August 2013

My 3 E's rule

Its been a long time since I wrote something. I have been busy working on a project. While working on my project I managed to coin a particular concept. 

When an engineer designs a machine they want it to be efficient. Secondly, they want the machine to be harmless to the environment. And finally they want the machine to be cost efficient. These are three major factors that an engineer tries to achieve in the design.

This concept can be applied to each and every work carried out by us. I call it the three E's rule.
Any work we do must satisfy the 3 E's:

  1. Efficient 
  2. Economical
  3. Environmentally friendly
It sounds pretty unimpressive when you read it. But its exactly these sort of ideas that help in structuralisation of any work you take up. So, try applying this rule because it might actually help. 

Monday, 19 August 2013

Another charcoal sketch

I love drawing human figures. If you are starting to think that I try avoiding drawing faces, though I hate to admit it, you are right. 

Wednesday, 14 August 2013

Another doodle

I actually saw this on the hind of a taxicab.I was a bit bored today, so I just ended up trying to draw it. It was pretty simple.

Wednesday, 7 August 2013

A do over

A year ago a friend had asked me to make an artwork for his band. I told him several times that I was really not good at sketching. But he insisted that I give it a shot. The music my friend was into was of the transitional sort. So, I wanted to make it a bit more (lets say) hip. I had just doodled something and I had come up with this.
The idea that I had was to be rid of sight and speech and too only hear the music. As you can see, I literally stuck to that idea. Well in the end my friend's band broke up and I completely forgot that I had done this doodle. But today while I was rummaging through my books I found this doodle. I had some spare time so I sat and redid it in charcoal. So here it is.

I got to say, it was pretty fun doing it again though I didn't make any major changes.

Sunday, 4 August 2013


Doodling is the most easiest thing to do. You don't have to be good at art to do it. Its the most ideal way of clearing your mind. Just get a pen and paper and let your hand do its thing. Happy doodling.