A Course on Sequential Art with the Coolest Students in the World at the Srishti School of Art, Design and Technology, Bangalore facilitated by Avy, Raghu, Ramana
love the text and the angles and frames you've chosen.i totally connect with it considering i travel by train alot. nicely done man! would love to see more of it. :)
"to be continued" are the most promising words to see. would love to see more!really nice explorations of frames yea!and i love the context you have taken. close ups of plastic bottles, and all. really creates the railway as a character in itself.good going yea.:)
It still needs a lot of work on the script and narration but thanks for liking it so far, I do feel inspired to work on it.
deadly, dhanda. love this.
ooh deadly dhanda is the new name. from the very beginning, i got engrossed in it,wanting to know what happens next.it's a nice flow.. maybe its because ive experienced a train journey so many times and can relate to it so well. i like the way you've used text in frames without actually showing what the text is reading. the frames are quite good. as i mentioned earlier, i still want to know what happens next. what happens after bharla junction .so deadly dhanda, complete fastly
hey nice man.
varun your frames are fab! some really good perspective. Its very dynamic :) your opening frame is incredible.. you've captured that scale really well and broken it down in your following frames :) the story is engrossing as well.. finish it :)