Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Fortune_Illustration Friday



When we think of this word “Fortune”, we relate it to Luck / Destiny. Sometimes in our life it happens, that you try your level best to achieve some thing, but successes just brushes right from your side and goes away. Efforts are done to the maximum, and then it depends on your Destiny. That’s where “Fortune” lies. Can’t say anything, can’t hold anything. Just try your best. I rendered this art with pen and ink.

14 comments:

Steve said...

Wow what a fantastic illustration.
Excellent character design and great use of medium. So well done, I think there may be some truth to this innocent illustration, oh well at least the fisherman seems content.

Janice said...

Its an amusing piece... like the fish characters.... and your words of insight.

Jim Pearson said...

Great idea and beautifully executed.

lisagloria said...

Awesome comp and values. One of my faves for this topic.

JO said...

Very cool love the style of your piece.

MammaJam said...

WOW. I thought this was a scratchboard rendering in you IF thumbnail. Very nice...very, very nice:)

Siukwan said...

I like it very much! It's a good idea and a very humor piece as well.

Ammon said...

That character is perfect. Nice work.

knifepainter said...

Some really nice work on here Vidyanand. Congratulations.

helenahimm said...

ahaha I just luv it!!!!!

very conceptual and with a touch of humor!

nice work =D

Virgy said...
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Virgy said...

Hello You can check now I added your name on the directory and I like this illo good luck with everything,take care




Vidyanand Kamat said...

Hi, this blog is a great resource to new artist links online. Am an illustrator. Would like to know if i can add my blog also to this existing list? If yes den how can i do so?
My blog is http://kamsillustrations.blogspot.com
Thank You!

Vidyanand Kamat said...

Hi All,

Thanks 4 visiting & all ur gd words. Keep visiting & leaving words.

tt_b said...

Very funny and beautifully drawn. What a great piece of work.