ARTIST INTERVIEW: Adarsh Panicker
Profession: Freelance 2D Artist
Tell us a bit about your work.
My work usually involves fanart from games, movies and anime. I do 99% of my work in the digital medium where I mess around with various art styles but always come back to manga/anime style in the end.
How did you get into art/writing?
I was one of those kids who had doodles and sketches on the back of all his notebooks. Can’t remember when it started but it was paved my road to taking art as a profession.
What are you working on next?
A Visual Novel and a couple of Comic ideas in collaboration with friends. Though it’ll be a while before they are anywhere near complete.
Any advice for younger artists?
PRACTICE! It works, for everything. Be patient, don’t expect to get good as the amazing artists you see online, quickly. It took them thousands of hours and billions of sketches to get where they are. Draw and have fun doing it. You’ll get there.
Note to self: Practice what you preach.
What are your inspirations?
Anime, manga, movies, shows, everything I see or do. Never know where it’ll come from. Also a bunch of godly artists (the list is too long) on the internet.
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A Business Analyst by profession, but more a traveller who is trying to analyse millennia of history, culture and stories across the world more than often.
I like to collect things – coins, stamps, books, autographs, and most of all action figures. Comics and pop culture has been an active influence to shape my life goals. In my free time (which I have very rarely) I like to do pencil sketching.
Secret wish – to visit every (real/inspired) place Tintin visited.