The Lost City

Digital Painting - The Lost City

Digital Painting – Abandoned Port of the Lost City.

Description: Digital Painting was done with photoshop. It is an imaginary place (Seen in my dreams). I visualized this location, somewhere in North-Western India where ancient civilizations flourished. Some visuals from the movies I saw also influenced in the color theme and tone of the painting.

My Dream: Evening sun scatters his rays through the remanence of an ancient port city. Some gate-like structures can be seen beside the river. Port is just beside a paved road, and a series of steps leading to the river can be seen.

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Apocalypse Gold

Digital Paingins

Apocalypse Gold

Expectations of two generations, frozen ground; and the bright light of hope on the horizon. Depictions of the modern post-industrial era society, looking forward to the uncertainty of a safe and predictable future.

Could also be the Guru, leading his disciple toward the light of ultimate knowledge, away from the complexities of worldly thoughts.

A digital painting, done using Adobe Photoshop (with Mouse, of course, I don’t have a Wacom tablet! :-))


Sun clonned


One fine morning, I noticed this beautiful scene. Dew drops on mall strands of moss being illuminated by the morning sun. Exactly like the might of God being instanced inside all beings.

“The clearer the thoughts, more shiny the mind will be”

Sunset, Coastal Kerala

Mobile photographs taken from different places along the coastal region of Kerala – God’s Own Country. Devices used are Samsung Galaxy S3 and Google Nexus 6. Simple image editing has been done using android mobile apps like ‘PicsArt’.

Macro Life

Macro photographs taken with my mobile phone(Google Nexus 6). Basic image editing like cropping and color adjustment done in mobile, using ‘Pics Art’ android app.

The location is on top of a compound wall near my house. Saw this frame in the morning, when the sunlight was illuminating the scene from behind. The ant was walking slowly towards his target, and I felt like freezing the frame with my mobile camera.